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Rogue state trooper to push pencils for photo release Leaked photos. Sgt. Sean Murphy faced a disciplinary hearing for releasing photos of Tsarnaev’s capture.
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The Massachusetts State Police trooper who released photos of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been put on restricted duty pending the outcome of an internal police investigation. Sgt. Sean Murphy appeared before a three-person panel at state police headquarters in Framingham yesterday to determine whether he would be suspended from the force for leaking the photographs to Boston Magazine. State Police Col. Timothy Alben said after the hearing that terminating Murphy was “not a realistic option,” and Leonard Kesten, Murphy’s lawyer, called the suggestion that releasing the gritty photographs to the
press would impact Tsarnaev’s trial “preposterous.” “Sgt. Murphy has gotten tremendous support and appreciation from survivors and their families,” said Kesten. “He’s heard from a lot of people ... and that is why he did it. It’s gratifying. He didn’t sell the pictures. He did not hide, and that is so admirable.” Murphy’s son Connor, 19, told reporters outside police headquarters, “Throughout this process he’s shown the character that I hope to someday model myself after. If I could be one-fourth of the man he is, I would be happy.” Murphy said he was inspired to release the photographs after Rolling Stone magazine put Tsarnaev’s portrait on the cover of its August issue. State police said the investigation will take several weeks to determine whether Murphy violated state police policy.
No gun, but lots of support Murphy was stripped of his use-of-force equipment, badge and identification, and was assigned to administrative duties. He was also transferred from the Office of Media Relations to the Division of Field Services. Although Murphy has been ordered to keep tight-lipped with the media, he has explained his actions by saying that the photos show the “real Boston bomber, not someone fluffed and buffed for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.” Support for Murphy has been overwhelming. A Facebook group, “Save Sgt. Sean Murphy,” had more than 62,000 “likes” yesterday.
Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Sean Murphy, right, and his son Connor, 19, embraced after the hearing at the state police headquarters in Framingham yesterday. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
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Carlos Arredondo has driven his truck all over the country in memory of his son, Alexander, who was killed in Iraq in 2004. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
An online fund-raiser is chipping away at the hope of raising $30,000 for Boston Marathon bombing hero Carlos Arredondo, who saved the life of double amputee Jeff Bauman after two bombs tore through the race’s Boylston Street finish line on April 15. Lori Tosches, of Milford, spearheaded the online push so that Arredondo could buy a new pickup truck. “He is an amazing man, and he’s had so much heart-
ache. He really is a hero,” said Tosches, who connected with Arredondo and his wife, Melida, through her “Boston Strong Ducks” Facebook page. His 2002 truck’s troubles started with an air-conditioning issue, but when he took it in for repair, he learned that the truck had a plethora of problems. “People have been generous and doing amazing things since the bombings,” Arredondo said yesterday. “It’s
amazing how people come together. I’m very grateful that someone came up with the idea (for the fund-raiser).” The pickup has 160,000 miles, he said, adding that he’s still driving it, but bought a bicycle as a backup. Over the last 12 days, 109 people have donated $5,000. “I will keep it going, and I will sell cookies for Carlos if I have to,” said Tosches. “I think he deserves a little good karma his way.” METRO
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Hot dogs here! Free franks for Hot Dog Day In celebration of National Hot Dog Day, Kayem gave away free franks to hungry Bostonians yesterday. The Chelsea-based company gave out the grub at The Landing on Long Wharf, where people could also win prizes and meet Red Sox personalities. In 2012, consumers spent $1.7 billion on hot dogs in U.S. supermarkets alone, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. The council said that July is celebrated as National Hot Dog Month. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
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Salmonella scare. Clover Food Lab reopens with free french fries today Clover Food Lab is slated to reopen today after being shut down for nearly two weeks due to concerns over a Salmonella outbreak. The popular Cambridgebased eatery is celebrating by serving free french fries today. “We threw everything out. Anything that could have possibly been contaminated,” Clover CEO Ayr Muir wrote in a message on the company website. “We want to have
absolutely no doubt that our food is going to be delicious and safe.” Clover shut its doors on July 13 after learning that some people contracted Salmonella after eating there and at other restaurants. State officials said there were 15 confirmed cases as of yesterday, but they have not identified the source of the outbreak. Muir thanked patrons for their patience.
MIT grads speed cubing for championship title Championship. Two Boston speed cubers are taking their quick fingers to Las Vegas. When it comes to Tim Reynolds’ and Patricia Li’s favorite toy, speed is key. The two MIT graduates, who met at a college Rubik’s Cube club, are gearing up to compete in this weekend’s 2013 Rubik’s Cube World Championship in Las Vegas. “You’re not really thinking. It’s all muscle memory,” said Li, 21, whose fastest speed cubing average is around 11 seconds. Reynolds, 22, is not only a member of the World Cube Association board, he’s also on the organizing team for the world championship. His best average is 11.84 seconds, and he holds the North American record for solving
Tower plans filed for the Fenway A development company has filed plans for an 18-story tower on the site of a fast food restaurant near Fenway Park, according to the project filing released yesterday. Skanska Commercial De-
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Speed cuber Patricia Li, 21, is taking her talent to Las Vegas. / NICOLAUS CZARENECKI, METRO
the Rubik’s Cube in the fewest number of moves — 24 turns. “You have to be able to look ahead at what the next thing you want to solve is,” said Reynolds. “And you have to turn it fast if you want to win; about three times faster than I can. I’m not improving very much anymore.” About 570 competitors are expected to travel from 40 countries for this weekend’s championship.
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Royal baby worth his weight in gold The Firm, as Britain’s royal family calls itself, has a new asset. With the world media in a frenzy over the birth of Prince William and wife Kate’s son, companies from airlines to champagne makers have young family away in a Range Rover. Kate, 31, gave birth to the couple’s first child on Monday afternoon, ending weeks of feverish anticipation about the arrival, and all three spent the night in the hospital — St. Mary’s in west London. They adhered to tradition by giving the public the first sight of the baby on the steps of the hospital as they left — just as William’s father, Prince Charles, and late mother, Princess Diana, did with him. REUTERS
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Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, were the first visitors to see the new child. Asked if she would reveal the name, Carole Middleton laughed and said: “Absolutely not.”
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More lewd photos. Hard road ahead in Weinerâ€™s bid to be next NYC mayor New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, with his wife by his side, said he is staying in the race after confirming yesterday that some newly revealed sexually explicit online chats and photos, published this week by a gossip website, were sent by him. â€œI want to bring my vision to the people of the city of New York. I hope they are willing to still continue to give me a second chance,â€? said Weiner at a news conference. REUTERS
The Senate advanced a $54 billion measure for transportation and housing projects, setting up a spending clash
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Shares of U.S. tobacco companies fell yesterday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it is considering tightening regulations on menthol cigarettes following a scientific review that showed the products are likely to be more addictive than regular cigarettes. The report found that while menthol cigarettes are no more or less toxic than regular cigarettes, mentholâ€™s cooling and anesthetic properties can reduce the harshness of smoke, increasing their appeal to new smokers. Still, at least some tobacco company analysts see the tone
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