Monday links (6/9/14)

The Boston Globe editorializes that the government's prosecution of Khairullozhon Matanov as part of the Boston Marathon bombing case looks "like a vindictive overreach." At least four more Massachusetts doctors involved with medical marijuana have been threatened by the DEA.

Activists occupy a vacant house in Boston and launch a pirate radio broadcast in protest against foreclosures and the lack of affordable housing.

Firefighters and ambulance crews in Tewksbury given anti-overdose medication to save lives.

A New Hampshire woman who was wrongfully arrested for recording police has been given a $57,500 settlement.

A Boston-based Vietnam veteran offers his perspective on the Bowe Bergdahl controversy.

Many of the claims you've probably been hearing about the five Gitmo detainees traded for Bowe Bergdahl are false.