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Anxiously awaiting ‘Strangler’ test results Albert DeSalvo. The self-confessed Boston Strangler said he killed 11 women. Body exhumed. DeSalvo’s remains were removed from a cemetery last week. DNA evidence. Testing is expected to be completed by week’s end. PAGE 02

More reaction to Zimmerman verdict Hundreds gather in Dudley Square last night in reaction to the acquittal of George Zimmerman. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Pregnant woman stabbed in Dorchester Police are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a woman around 2:17 a.m. Saturday after she refused to empty her pockets. The woman, who is reportedly six months pregnant, was stabbed in her left arm on Dracut Street in Dorchester.

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Hundreds gather in Dudley Square last night to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Hundreds protest Zimmerman verdict Dudley Square demonstration. Outrage sparked yesterday’s protest against George Zimmerman’s acquittal. Hundreds of demonstrators descended on Dudley Square in Roxbury last night to speak out against the acquittal of George Zimmerman, a Florida man who admitted to shooting and killing unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in February 2012.

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Zimmerman’s attorney argued the 29-year-old acted in self-defense when he and Martin met inside a gated community in Sanford, Fla. They accuse civil rights advocates of wrongly injecting the issue of race, but scores of outraged Bostonians yesterday disagreed. Boston activist Akunna Hussein Eneh was one of several organizers behind the event, dubbed “Justice for Trayvon Martin: Day of Decision Protest,” which condemned the verdict and called for an end to racial oppression. “I personally was expect-

ing [the verdict] but it didn’t hamper any anger I had. It was infuriating. It seemed like Trayvon was on trial, not George Zimmerman,” she said. “The amount of anger was really what caused people to put this on.” Eneh said the event was planned before the verdict was announced late Saturday. As the protest revved up, around 6:30 p.m., demonstrators chanted, “No justice, no peace,” and held signs showing Martin’s face. Although the protest was expected to be peaceful, police sent additional officers to Dudley Square.

“We will not interfere with anyone exercising their First Amendment rights. We only request all participants do so responsibly,” MBTA Lt. Det. Richard Sullivan said after learning of the demonstration. No arrests or acts of violence were reported as of deadline yesterday. Rallies also popped up in cities across the country, including New York City, Philadelphia and Los Angeles, as well as Sanford.

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ed. His remains were taken to the Office of the Medical Examiner, located on Albany Street in Boston, where the process of extracting a DNA sample will be undertaken in an effort to definitively determine DeSalvo’s connection to Sullivan. Police and prosecutors said it is the first time they have had evidence linking him to her death.

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More heat headed our way Boston area residents can expect another heat wave this week, with temperatures over the next six days peaking in the low-90s. According to the National Weather Service, temperatures in and around Boston will hover between 88 and 92 until Sunday. METRO

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DNA. Alleged Boston Strangler’s remains exhumed for testing The body of Albert DeSalvo, the man notoriously referred to as the Boston Strangler, was exhumed from a Peabody cemetery Friday in the hopes of linking him to the murder of 19-year-old Mary Sullivan. DeSalvo, who died in prison in 1973 while serving time for other crimes, confessed to the killings of 11 women between 1962 and 1964, but was never convict-

A Needham man was arrested Saturday afternoon after he allegedly ran over a state trooper’s foot during an apparent temper tantrum at Logan Airport. Robert Rizzo, 56, faces charges of assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct.

The exhumation of Albert DeSalvo’s remains at Puritan Memorial Park is carried out Friday. DeSalvo is the confessed Boston Strangler. / DAVID L RYAN, THE BOSTON GLOBE

The DNA profile extraction and comparison testing is expected to be completed later this week, according to Suffolk District Attorney spokesman Jake Wark. “We’re eager to receive

the results. Once we have them, we expect to notify the victim’s family first and then make them public,” Wark said. The exhumation was ordered by a Superior Court

“In most people’s eyes, Albert DeSalvo had been known as the Boston Strangler, but without direct evidence linking him... legitimate questions lingered about that perpetrator.” Attorney General Martha Coakley

judge at the request of Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, Attorney General Martha Coakley and Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. MORGAN ROUSSEAU


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Looking ahead. Beginning of the end in sight in trial of James ‘Whitey’ Bulger Prosecutors said they expect to finish presenting their case against alleged mob boss James “Whitey� Bulger within a week or 10 days. A leader of the Winter Hill Gang, described as a sadistic killer who seemed to take pleasure in murders, was expected to testify against Bulger in the coming days. Stephen “The Rifleman� Flemmi, who was sentenced to life in prison after agreeing to plead guilty to 10 murders, will testify against Bulger, prosecutors said. Flemmi was Bulger’s partner for decades as the duo allegedly shook down drug dealers for money, charged bookmakers to operate and brought an end to people’s lives. Originally expected to last well into September, the trial of Bulger seems to be moving along at a quicker pace than anticipated. Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian Kelly told Judge Denise

What’s next Bulger’s team still has to present its case, and the proposed witness list includes scores of people. •

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Bulger’s lawyer, J. W. Carney Jr., has said that Bulger will testify but that it could take days if not weeks.

Casper that the government expects to finish presenting evidence against Bulger in the next seven to 10 days. As of Friday, about 46 witnesses had been called to testify by the government, including confessed Winter Hill Gang member Kevin Weeks and confessed murderer John Martorano. Kelly said there are about 20 witnesses left to go. MICHAEL NAUGHTON

Man arrested for spitting on driver Jeffery Martinez, 22 of Boston, was arrested Friday for allegedly spitting on a T bus driver in Lynn last month. Transit Police have reported an uptick over the last year in disgruntled passengers spitting on MBTA employees. METRO

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The Mayor’s Cup Regatta on the Charles River. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

William R. Powers, 57, of Hyannis, Mass., is due in court today for allegedly lifting $70,000 worth of jewelry that was inside luggage on a Nantucket ferry. He faces larceny of property over $250, forgery and uttering a forged instrument, according to police. METRO

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Reaction to the verdict The following is reaction to the verdict: Mark O’Mara, Zimmerman’s lead defense lawyer: “George Zimmerman was never guilty of anything except protecting himself in self-defense. This is a tragedy like any other loss of children. It’s not one that George was responsible for.” Bernie de la Rionda, the

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chief prosecutor in the case, told reporters: “Am I disappointed? Yes. Because I thought he was guilty. We live in a great country that has a great criminal justice system, it’s not perfect, but it is the best in the world and we respect the jury’s verdict.” Zimmerman defense lawyer Don West told reporters: “I think the prosecution of George Zimmerman was disgraceful. I am gratified by the jury’s verdict. As happy as I am for George Zimmerman, I’m thrilled that this jury kept this tragedy from becoming a travesty. For that we are eternally grateful. But it makes me sad too that it took this long under these circumstances to finally get justice.” REUTERS

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Zimmerman, acquitted of Martin’s death, under fire Jurors. The six women found Zimmerman not guilty of seconddegree murder and manslaughter.

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“I am hurt. I am sad. I am disappointed and my heart is overwhelmed with pains. ... I thought in my heart that justice would be served.” Valarie Houston, Pastor of the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church in Sanford, Fla., where she dedicated a Sunday morning prayer service to Trayvon Martin

Cleared by a Florida jury, George Zimmerman walked free from criminal charges in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin but still faces public outrage, a possible civil suit and demands for a federal investigation. Critics contend Zimmerman wrongly suspected 17-year-old Martin of being a criminal because he was black, making it a civil rights issue, while gun rights supporters saw Zimmerman as a persecuted hero who was exercising his Second Amendment right to bear arms. Zimmerman’s lawyers argued he acted in self-defense the night of Feb. 26, 2012, when he and Martin met inside a gated community in the Central Florida town of Sanford. They accuse civil rights advocates of wrongly injecting the issue of race. “It was such a shame. The whole case nearly destroyed George from Day One. ... That they put a racism spin on this prosecution just hurt him very deeply,” said John Donnelly, a

close friend of Zimmerman who testified in the trial. Civil rights leaders including Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Benjamin Jealous, president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, urged the Justice Department to pursue federal civil rights charges against Zimmerman. Jealous said Martin’s family may bring a civil suit against Zimmerman but said federal criminal charges must be filed because evidence suggests race was a factor in the case. He told CNN the black community is upset with a situation in which “our young people have to fear the bad guys and the good guys. The robbers and the cops and the self-appointed community watch volunteer who think that they’re keeping folks safer.” Sharpton, who called the verdict “a slap in the face to the American people,” cited the example of Rodney King, the man whose videotaped beating by Los Angeles police triggered rioting two decades ago after a state criminal trial found the police officers not guilty. Later, the Justice Department brought a federal case that resulted in the conviction of two officers. The Justice Department has not commented on the case. REUTERS


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Gov. Rick Perry defends Texas abortion measure Heated issue. It’s the latest effort by the GOP to impose new restrictions on lateterm abortions. Gov. Rick Perry yesterday defended a measure passed by the Texas Legislature to ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, saying states — not the federal government — should decide such matters and rejecting criticism that the law would shut down most of the state’s abortion clinics. The Republican-controlled legislature gave final passage to the measure on July 12 and sent it to the Republican governor to sign into law. Perry had called a second special session of the legislature to get the bill passed.

“Most people, I think, in this country — and in Texas, certainly — believe that six months is too late to be deciding whether or not these babies should be aborted or not. And we put the limit at five months in this bill,” Perry told the CNN program “State of the Union.” “This gets back to the issue of, ‘Should the states be able to make these decisions, or should we allow this big, cumbersome federal government to decide for all of us?’” Perry added. The measure also would impose a series of new requirements on abortion clinics and doctors who perform abortions, mandating that doctors have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the clinic and creating stricter guidelines for how doctors administer abortion-inducing drugs. REUTERS

Secret. J.K. Rowling outed as writer of popular crime novel J.K. Rowling posed as a retired military policeman to write a crime novel that has been hailed as one of the best debut detective stories in years. Rowling wrote “The Cuckoo’s Calling” under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, pretending that it was the work of a married father of two and former undercover investigator. Her cover was blown when

the Sunday Times newspaper became suspicious that such an assured piece of writing could have been created by a first-time novelist. An investigation uncovered that Rowling was the real author. “I had hoped to keep this secret a little longer, because being Robert Galbraith has been such a liberating experience,” she said. REUTERS

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More on the tragic death of Cory Monteith

As you may have heard, “Glee” actor Cory Monteith was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room Saturday. Police and paramedics found no signs of foul play and the cause of death was not immediately apparent, British Columbia Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe told reporters at a news conference. An autopsy is scheduled for today. In a statement on the “Glee” Twitter page, the executive producers of the show and Fox said they were “deeply saddened by this tragic news.” “Cory was an exceptional talent and an even more exceptional person,” the Twitter message said. “He was a true joy to work with and we will all miss him tremendously. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones.” In April, Monteith “voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility,” his representative told People magazine. The reason for the rehab stay was unspecified. Monteith had struggled

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In Monteith’s first public outing after his April rehab stint — and his last before his death — he attended the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball with girlfriend Lea Michele in June. / MICHAEL BUCKNER, GETTY IMAGES FOR CHRYSALIS

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Jackman wants to get into The Rock-like shape. / GETTY IMAGES

pregnant Berry and Martinez were married in a civil ceremony earlier in the day, followed by a religious ceremony at the chateau. The day finished off with dinner, dancing and fireworks. “They all partied long into the night,” a source says.

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HALLE BERRY MARRIED FIANCE OLIVIER MARTINEZ IN FRANCE OVER THE WEEKEND. GETTY IMAGES

Jimmy Kimmel is once again a married man. / GETTY IMAGES

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Banks on smooching the ladies Elizabeth Banks is no stranger to locking lips with other women — and, she tells the Advocate, her two on-screen instances of same-sex smooching weren’t her first. “I’ve definitely made out with a few girls in my time,” she says, describing kissing a woman as “a little softer” than kissing a man.

Lynch files for divorce Jane Lynch has officially filed for divorce from her wife, psychologist Lara Embry, after three years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences. “Lara and I have decided to end our marriage,” Lynch said in a statement.

and you are massive. How do you do it?’ Jackman tells E! News. “Right as he’s telling me the whole diet, someone knocked on his trailer door — and I’ll never forget this moment. He goes, ‘Hold on a second! I’m talking to Wolverine. You can tell them I said they can wait.’” What is funny about this isn’t that Johnson called Jackman “Wolverine” — it’s that Jackman admitted to watching “The Tooth Fairy.”

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It was a big weekend for celebrity weddings

Jimmy Kimmel married his comedy writer girlfriend, Molly McNearney, on Saturday in Ojai, Calif. Such bold-faced names as Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Howard Stern, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski were in attendance. Meanwhile, over in France, Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez said “I do” in front of 60 guests on Saturday at Chateau des Conde in Vallery, according to Us Weekly. The

with substance abuse. In an ‘11 interview with Parade magazine, Monteith admitted to a rehab stay when he was just 19. “I burned a lot of bridges,” he said. “I was out of control.” At the time, he said he had a “serious problem” and was using “anything and everything, as much as possible.” Monteith spent his teen years attending up to 12 different schools, including alternative programs for troubled teens. “I don’t want kids to think it’s OK to drop out of school and get high, and they’ll be famous actors, too,” he told Parade. “But for those people who might give up: Get real about what you want and go after it.”

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Karl Welzein, aka @DadBoner, loves Maui Jim’s sunglasses, Guy Fieri, Bob Seger concerts and heading out to “Cold One City.” The Grand Blanc, Mich., native (and his hapless hijinks) are so beloved on Twitter, he’s garnered close to 150,000 followers. Mike Burns, the recently outed comedian behind the feed and author of the new book “Power Moves,” explains to us how “there’s a little bit of Karl Welzein in all of us.” @DadBoner is one of the

Told work I gotta split for a business appointment. ‘Cause drinkin’ cold ones is my business, and business is good ... My workout routine: 1. Look at a pic of Stone Cold Steve Austin. 2. Do ‘shups ‘til you look like the Rattlesnake. 3. Cut off your sleeves. If you think it’s “uncool” to love America, why don’t you go see how “cool” it is to live

most popular Twitter personalities. Did you ever expect this success? I absolutely did not. But it’s so much fun how people love Karl Welzein as much, if not more, than I do.

“Karl” and “Welzein” are the first and last names of my two best friends from Michigan. in a country that doesn’t have toilets or pizza. •

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Change in your pocket, domesto cans on ice, your team on top, arms on swoll, a jam on the radio, and babes in the night. The American Dream.

How did @DadBoner come about? Karl Welzein? The character was constantly talking about things that give dads “boners.” Like a new Calloway driver, or getting two appetizers at Applebee’s. ...

Why would someone buy “Power Moves” and not just read your Twitter? The book is written in longform ... as Karl Welzein’s journal. ... I thought it was hilarious to have a fake person who only lived on the Internet get a real book published under his name. ... It’s so surreal to me. That fake guy you laughed at for the past three years is now a published author. It gives a whole other level to the story, having him deal with his own fake reality. It makes my brain hurt, in a good way.

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Cancer | June 21-July 22. Just because you’re anxious to wrap up an important matter, there’s no reason to be rash or impulsive about it. Positive results should take precedence over speed.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Be careful not to respond too harshly in a public disagreement between you and your mate. You, as well as everyone else, could end up very embarrassed.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. When it comes to a business matter, don’t tip your hand prematurely. Keep your aces close to the vest and don’t play them until you’re sure you can win.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Although you might take the time to carefully analyze a situation, you could still make a bad judgment owing to a preconceived notion. Keep an open mind.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. If you’re able, try to take a breather from your workday concerns and enjoy some of the wonderful things life has to offer. There’s a lot more to life than just making money.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Even if asked, think twice before getting involved in a problem that a friend has brought on him- or herself. This situation could be more tangled than it appears.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. One of the quickest ways to wear out your welcome is to be dictatorial. You must be pleasant at all times, even as you’re champing at the bit.

Aries | March 21-April 20. Even if you aren’t the one who starts an argument with a friend, bite the bullet and do what you can to make amends, for the sake of the relationship.

Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Your drive for accomplishment could cause you to manipulate your friends. Strive to keep a sense of perspective about what really counts in life.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. A friend might be willing to help you out, but don’t press your luck by demanding it. Ask nicely and be sure to show the proper gratitude.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Overly aggressive individuals could quickly turn you off. If this happens, you can avoid confrontation by responding in a strong manner.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Get out, look around and do a lot of comparison shopping before making a major purchase. If you don’t, you’ll regret your haste.

Justice served in trial of Zimmerman

able doubt. Justice was served under the rules of our justice system. Now, it is the time for healing all across America.

is to judge another human being. The question in this case for many: Was the verdict a travesty or was justice served? The bottom line was that six women labored diligently for 16 hours over Zimmerman’s guilt as presented by the prosecution and found reason-

In regard to the Zimmerman verdict, my heartfelt prayers go out to the parents of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman and his family, for there is no true winner. One is dead and the other will be in fear for his life. Our justice system is not perfect, but still is the best in the world. As for myself, I have served as a juror seven times in Queens County and know what a hard job it

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of their vast reserves in the ground, which won’t happen without tremendous pressure. The divestment movement has spread to 350 colleges, and six have already committed to divest, as have many cities. Divestment from oil, coal, etc. can succeed once it gains enough momentum. Our future depends on turning the fossil fuel industry around. PAUL EMILE ANDERS, VIA EMAIL

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Track star Gay tests positive Acclaimed U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay tested positive for a banned substance and will not compete at the world championships next month in Moscow. Gay said he was informed by phone by the U.S. AntiDoping Agency last week that a sample came back positive. The substance in questions has not yet been revealed. “I basically put my trust in someone and I was let down,” Gay told the Associated Press. MATT BURKE

Workman a workhorse

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Hernandez photo removed by HOF The Pro Football Hall of Fame removed an awardwinning photo of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez after complaints, according to The [Cleveland] Plain Dealer. “In the spirit of good taste, we thought we’d take it down,” Hall of Fame official Joe Horrigan told The Plain Dealer. The photo is from a 2010 game against the Packers and shows Hernandez highstepping into the end zone. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty in court after being charged with first-degree murder. MATT BURKE

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Sox impressive in season’s first half MLB. Metro hands out its mid-season awards to the surprisingly award-worthy Red Sox. The Red Sox enter the unofficial start of the second half of the season in first place in the American League East, and it certainly wasn’t what many people envisioned going into the year coming off a 69-win season in 2012. Here are a few mid-season awards and one disappointment for the Sox so far in 2013: Team MVP: Dustin Pedroia There is no question this award deserves to go to Pedroia, who is having an MVP-caliber season. He’s been outstanding both in the field,

making spectacular plays at second base, and at the dish. As of this past weekend Pedroia was hitting .318 with 6 home runs and 55 RBIs. His average was fifth best in the American League and he’s played in every game except one. Offensive MVP: David Ortiz Ortiz is having another exceptional season, even at age 37. As of Saturday the designated hitter was hitting .323 with 19 home runs and 65 RBIs. His RBI total is sixth in the AL, despite having missed much of April due to an Achilles injury. His ability to hit to all parts of the park has certainly paid off so far this season. Pitching MVP: John Lackey Coming off of Tommy John surgery, Lackey has been

better than anyone could have imagined. Following his win Friday night, Lackey is now 7-6 on the season, but has pitched much better than his record would indicate as he has a 2.78 ERA, good for fourth in the AL. He’s turned into the ace of the Red Sox rotation as of now with Jon Lester struggling and Clay Buchholz on the DL, not pitching in well over a month. Biggest surprise: Daniel Nava Although he may not be hitting at the clip he did at the beginning of the year, Nava has been arguably the biggest surprise on the roster. He’s evolved into an every-day outfielder and the depth he’s provided is a major reason why the Red Sox are in first place at the break. Going into Saturday, the switch-hitter

was hitting .290 with 10 home runs and 52 RBIs. Biggest disappointment: Jon Lester With such a successful and surprising first half to the season for the Sox it’s hard to complain, but Lester has not pitched anywhere near close to his capability. After starting the season 4-0 with a 3.11 ERA, Lester is now 8-6 with a 4.58 ERA at the break, struggling over the past two months or so. In 10 of his last 11 starts, the left-hander has allowed three runs or more. The Red Sox need Lester to get back on track for the second half of the year and their playoff push.

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Rookie impresses in Sox loss The Red Sox battled to extra innings in their final game before the MLB All-Star break yesterday, falling to Oakland 3-2 in 11 innings. Oakland’s Josh Donaldson singled home Chris Young in the 11th as Boston’s Matt Thornton took the loss. The story on the day for the Sox was the effort by rookie Brandon Workman, who had a nohitter through six innings against the A’s. Workman pitched 6.1 impressive innings, allowing two earned runs on two hits.

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appearance from one person to the next. While consuming commentary about Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial, Alfonzo Dennard’s arrest and the Tim Tebow signing, I’ve realized the way fans and media perceive “The Patriot Way” is just like the color blue — distinctively altered from person to person. Look, I never believed in “The Patriot Way” as it was presented to us by — yup, you guessed it – the media (Hmm. The same folks taking unseemly pleasure in mocking the phrase in light of recent events). Robert Kraft is no Robin Hood. The Patriots weren’t winning game after game as part of an altruistic mission for the poor. Nor is Bill Belichick a deity of sport. Truth is, the Pats have always taken chances on players in order to win football games. That seemed silly to clarify. But retrospectively speaking, it does make complete sense — the timing for the adulation was perfect. The Patriots succeeded in an understated manner — predicated not on saying the wrong thing, but

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rather saying nothing at all. Meanwhile, Terrell Owens, Joey Porter, Chad Johnson (yeesh!), Rex Ryan and the rest of the NFL promulgated boisterous personas, ultimately making their downfalls easier to celebrate. But if forced to subscribe, to me “The Patriot Way” is — and always was — as much about Rodney Harrison, Randy Moss and Aqib Talib as it is about Troy Brown, Tom Terrific and other outstanding citizens to come through Patriot Place this last decade-plus. The utopian concept really just boils down to simple underlying themes: “Making the smart football play,” “it is what it is,” “do your job” and “mental toughness.” In other words, the same platitudes the players fed the media. And if there was a dark side to “The Patriot Way,” like the aforementioned players with checkered pasts, SpyGate and a passive-aggressive penchant for running up the score, then fine. The Patriots are successful year after year, to the tune of seven AFC Championship Game appearances, five trips to the Super Bowl and three championships. I learned long before Odin Lloyd’s body was found that winning the “right way” in professional sports doesn’t exist. There’s just winning.


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