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One morning last week, seven men stood outside a graceful Victorian in Dorchester’s Ashmont Hill section and delivered a decidedly unpleasant message on an otherwise pleasant street: They held signs declaring the home’s owner “scum” and “a liar.”


The object of their ire was Jim Keefe, a veteran developer who is a co-founder of Trinity Financial, one of the biggest builders of affordable housing in Boston. The men said they were upset about a building Trinity is constructing a few blocks away — with some non

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