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Media ignores Boston Transgender Party: Dead body, Drugs, Sex Toys, Dirt, 4 children hidden

Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate responded to the developing horror of the transgender assault going unrestrained: "The disasterous embrace of the transgender plan to harvest children by public officials and the media now results in sick adult debauchery and death in front of innocent children. Probably no one will be charged in this Boston, Massachuesetts hell for victims," said Delgaudio.


Four children living in squalid conditions while being hidden from first responders were found in an apartment filled with "alcohol, drugs, sex toys" and a dead man, according to an incident report and outraged officials.

"This is sickening," said At-Large City Councilor Michael Flaherty. "I was informed by people at the scene that there were drugs, alcohol, sex toys all around the apartment as well as a dead body on the floor."

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That fire department report, obtained by the Herald and confirmed by police response, states that a BFD crew was sent to Old Colony Avenue Saturday morning for a call that a man had gone into cardiac arrest and required medical attention. That address is the Mary Ellen McCormack Housing complex run by the city. However, according to the incident report, firefighters found more than just a routine medical emergency.

"The apartment was in extremely unsanitary conditions. Approximately 6 adults, who appeared to be males, were seen in the apartment," they wrote, saying they subsequently found "four children in the back bedroom being hidden by an adult male from first responders."

According to the incident report the children ranged from ages 5 to 10.

"All of the adult parties were being uncooperative and did not provide helpful information. All adults present denied having children inside the apartment," they wrote.

t is unclear whether the children were relatives of the people the fire department described as "appearing to be male" or if they lived in the apartment.

Flaherty, Public Safety chairman on the council, told the Herald Monday night the dead body found on the floor was "from an apparent overdose" and that "a man wearing a wig claiming to be the father" of the kids was found in a back bedroom.

Multiple sources tell the Herald some of the adults were dressed as women when first responders arrived at the scene.