Thu 3 Apr, 2014 04:11 pm
Why did Robert Kraft (Patriot's owner) and the present owner of the Red Sox go to Boston's Back Bay, last week to view the remains of a major brownstore fire? Neither of these two men owned the property.
Recall, if you're in Boston, that this fire claimed the lives of Lt Ed Walsh and fireman, Mike Kennedy last week and that, during the present week several funeral services were held for these two heros ( the last one being today).
Wouldn't it be nice, if Kraft and the owner of the Red Sox, established scholarships for Lt Walsh's children for their continued education? Couldn't these two very wealty men, extend themselves a bit and offer the Walsh and Kennedy families some financial help with any household/funeral expenses, the familes may have?
What did Kraft's visit to the burned out property on Beacon street really accomplish besides giving Boston TV something to report about?