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Three people stabbed inside a Fort Point Restaurant


Universal Hub is reporting it was a brunch event gone bad at Bastille Kitchen that ended with three people stabbed back on November 1st. A hearing was held at the Boston Licensing Board on Tuesday to “discuss” why a day time brunch ended in violence. The event planner who organized the brunch called #BentBrunch Halloween has since been fired. The restaurant was also facing complaints from neighbors re: noise and trash.  You can get the play by plan on what went down here. 

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NBC10 Boston is reporting that BPD responded to a call for a person stabbed in Bastille Kitchen at 49 Melcher Street.

Police officers found two victims. Both were taken to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries

According to Live Boston 617, three people were actually stabbed in an incident that began as fight.  You see some photos here. 

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