Friday links (7/25/14)

Jury returns guilty verdicts against the three former Probation Department officials accused of corrupt hiring practices:

Boston equips its school buses with surveillance cameras that record both video and audio.

Beacon Hill residents fight against mayor's plan to install handicap-accessible ramps.

Four Falmouth police officers have been placed on paid leave, but the police chief won't say why.

Human Rights Watch report finds the government was involved in creating all but four of the terrorist plots it has tried since 9/11.