If the elected mayor and city council of Quincy are not taking action, then they are betraying their constituents.
Shouldn't they treat it as a threat? Last time I checked, most police departments in major metropolitan areas have one or more helicopters, don't they? Why isn't the mayor insisting the police take action to identify it? An unidentified aircraft flying low and slow over city airspace for several consecutive nights seems like a matter of some concern, does it not? Or is it simply that they know more than they are saying, but are constrained by some other authority to allow it to continue?
And what about the CBS affiliate in Boston? Don't they also have access to a helicopter and a camera? I bet they would if the police were chasing someone on the ground.
If neither the police or the local media are willing to challenge such an event, then they are at least negligent and at most involved in covering it up.
What about residents? Why isn't there footage from a cell phone or video camera? 10+ days and there is nothing on Youtube except people re-posting the CBS news snippet. Something isn't right.
It's as if they're spraying everyone with some drug or poison that reduces the people into just pointing and gawking and then going about their business.
By claiming there is no conspiracy, you prove to those who believe in the conspiracy that you are part of the conspiracy.