US marshals shut down unlicensed Boston radio station
By Meghan E. Irons and Martin Finucane | GLOBE STAFF APRIL 17, 2014
US marshals have shut down an unlicensed radio station in Boston’s Grove Hall neighborhood, said Charles Clemons, the one-time mayoral candidate who is the station’s founder.
Marshals could be seen this afternoon removing items from the station, TOUCH 106.1 FM, including an antenna, a black box, and a ladder.
An emotional Clemons said that federal agents had knocked on the door of the station this morning, saying they were going to search the place and remove anything that allowed transmission of programs over the airwaves.