Adam Gaffin at UniversalHub recaps:
WBUR reports that U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano showed the U.S. embassy in Katmandu the stupidity of its ways and that it will issue a visa for Surendra Dangol’s nine-year-old daughter after all.
Dangol, here legally, had been saving money to bring his wife and daughter here when he was murdered at a Tedeschi shop on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain Dec. 26. The embassy had initially refused to issue the girl a visa because it was afraid she and her mother would come here and then not leave.
Earlier, “Police seek getwaway car in Boston murder“,
Boston police searching for the killer of a convenience store clerk are asking the public’s help in identifying a white car seen fleeing from the Jamaica Plain crime scene this weekend.
Police released two images of the white four door sedan, possibly Dodge or Chrysler make, that the shooter got into after attacking the clerk at the Tedeschi’s store Saturday around 3 p.m.
The victim has been identified as Surendra Dangoi, 39, and of Somerville. He was working at the store in the 700 block of Centre Street when he was shot by a man heavily bundled in dark clothing.