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Feds: Deny Tsarnaev of autopsy pictures Protect order. Prosecutors are asking a judge to prohibit the release of some Boston Marathon bombing Protective victims’ autopsy photos to protect the victims’ dignity and privacy. Defense. Tsarnaev’s lawyers are refusing victims to acce accept any limitation on the accused bomber’s ability to view the photos of his alleged victims. PAGE 02
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Feds: Autopsy pics would ‘revictimize’ the families Marathon bombings. Prosecutors requested an order that would bar Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from seeing all autopsy photos of his alleged victims. Citing the rights and dignity of the Boston Marathon bombing victims, federal prosecutors are asking a judge to bar alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from viewing the autopsy photographs of those killed in the
terrorist attack. Prosecutors filed a motion Monday asking Judge George O’Toole to issue a protective order barring Tsarnaev from personally viewing any autopsy photos of the victims except those offered as evidence by the U.S. Attorney’s office or his defense for the trial. The photographs are extremely graphic, prosecutors said, and giving Tsarnaev the unrestricted right to review them is “completely unnecessary.” “The government maintains, however, that Tsarnaev has no need to review personally the many photos that
“[Tsarnaev] does not need to review photos that will not be used against him in order to prepare his case or exercise any of his constitutional rights.” Federal prosecutors, in court documents
will not be used against him, and that allowing him to do so would violate the victims’ rights to dignity and privacy and subject them to needless harm and suffering,” prosecu-
tors wrote in the filing. “Specifically, allowing photos of the mutilated bodies of the victims to be viewed by the man accused of mutilating them would needlessly revictimize the family members in the same way that innocent children who are photographed pornographically are revictimized whenever those photos are seen by others.” Prosecutors said they have made available the photographs for inspection and review by Tsarnaev’s lawyers, but would not be providing copies due to their sensitive nature and so Tsarnaev could not review all of them.
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According to prosecutors, Tsarnaev’s lawyers refused to accept any limitation on his ability to view the photos and requested copies of all of them. “He does not need to review photos that will not be used against him in order to prepare his case or exercise any of his constitutional rights,” prosectors said in the filing. “To the extent any of the photos might prove helpful to his case, his attorneys are fully capable of identifying them and their potential uses.” MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike
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Stepping to an Irish beat for St. Paddy’s on City Hall Plaza Members of OrigiNation Inc. of Roxbury and the O’Shea-Chaplin Academy of Irish Dance perform an Irish Step dance flash mob on City Hall Plaza yesterday in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Mayor Marty Walsh raised the Irish flag at the event and wished the city a happy Evacuation Day — a local holiday that celebrates the evacuation of British forces from Boston during the Revolutionary War. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
Sumner Tunnel to close for overnight emergency drill In an effort to test the loss of communications by first responders during an incident in the Sumner Tunnel, the roadway will close briefly for an emergency exercise. The underwater tunnel, which carries traffic from
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East Boston to downtown Boston, will close between 10 tonight and 2 a.m. Wednesday, the state Department of Transportation said. MassDOT, along with state police, Boston Fire and Boston EMS will participate in the exercise, which will include trained volunteers acting as impacted motorists and smoke machines to simulate a fire. METRO
An Uxbridge man who won the lottery in 2008 has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a young boy. Daniel Snay, 62, a Level 3 sex offender who won a $10 million state lottery prize in 2008, is headed to jail after being arrested Friday afternoon. The Worcester Telegram & Gazette reported that police believe Snay is responsible for other sexual assaults that may have occurred in Connecticut and Rhode Island. They’re working with authorities in both states. The alleged crimes occurred when the teen was between the ages of 8 and 14, police said. METRO
Collision. Woman, baby hit by vehicle in Roxbury Four people, including a woman and a baby, were taken to local hospitals Monday afternoon after a several cars crashed at Tremont and Prentiss streets in Roxbury, authorities told the Globe. The woman and the baby were walking at around 3:46 p.m. when the crash hap-
pened, police said. Officials told the Globe that the injuries appeared not to be life-threatening. The accident also involved three cars, police said. Police were still directing traffic on Tremont Street around 5 p.m. as the investigation continued. GLOBE
One Run For Boston 2 kicks oﬀ in California Thousands of runners are once again joining together for a massive relay from California to Massachusetts to raise money for the survivors of the 2014 Boston Marathon bombings. The One Run for Boston
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An infusion to help your hangover The day after. Forget hair of the dog, greasy food and aspirin. With St. Patrick’s Day falling on a Monday this year, many of Boston’s Irish-at-heart are most likely nursing a midweek hangover in their cubicles or classes today. But rather than reach for the aspirin, Delete Tattoo Removal & Laser Salon on Newbury Street has just the cure — another kind of shot. The Hangover Helper, a 60 milliliter in-arm push of Vitamin C, B-complex, magnesium, calcium, selenium and zinc, saline and other ingredients, promises to boost metabolism, increase energy, relieve cramps, aid headaches
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The first One Run took 24 days, kicking off on June 30, 2013 and raised $91,000 for the One Fund. Organizers said the goal is to raise $1 million this time around. As of press time Monday, the event had raised nearly $225,000. Runners can still sign up for the race by visiting www. onerunforboston.org. MORGAN ROUSSEAU
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New children’s zoo planned for Franklin Park Animal exhibit. The multimillion dollar project will include indoor and outdoor classrooms for kids. Indoor and outdoor classrooms, featured animal ex-
hibits and active exploration elements are some of the plans for a new children’s zoo in Boston. Plans for a new $6.6 million children’s zoo at the Franklin Park Zoo were announced Monday. Called Nature’s Neighborhoods, the project will include active, self-directed exploration and discovery. It
will also include featured animal exhibits consisting of red pandas, North American river otters, prairie dogs and more. “In this day and age when so many, including children, are focused on computer screens and mobile devices, it’s important not to lose the connection to nature and our critical role in ensuring the planet remains a healthy,
thriving place for generations to come. Nature’s Neighborhoods will play a key role in introducing children to relatable ecological concepts in a fun and meaningful way,” said John Linehan, president of Zoo New England. MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike
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A 33-year-old West Roxbury man pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting his father in the home they shared last week. Mark Regan was arraigned at West Roxbury Municipal Court Monday and was ordered held without bail, according to the Suffolk district attorney’s office. He allegedly shot his 66-year-old father Mark Thomas Regan. Police made a well-being check at about 8:30 a.m. Friday and found Regan dead.
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A rally to reunite a family Jack Frost of the group Fathers and Families New York donned a Captain America costume Monday outside of Boston Municipal Court where the family of Justina Pelletier appeared as part of a custody battle over their daughter. The 15-year-old has been in state custody at Boston Children’s Hospital since February 2013, after her doctors accused her parents of medical child abuse. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
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Whether by accident or design, whoever reached across the dimly lit cockpit of a Malaysia Airlines jet and clicked off a transponder to make Flight MH370 vanish from controllers’ radars flew into a navigational and technical black hole. By choosing one place and time to vanish into radar darkness with 238 others on board, the person — presumed to be a pilot or a passenger with advanced knowledge — may have acted only after meticulous planning, according to aviation experts. Understanding the sequence that led to the unprecedented plane hunt widening across two vast tracts of territory north and south of the
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“Every action taken by the person who was piloting the aircraft appears to be a deliberate one. It is almost like a pilot’s checklist.” A senior captain from an Asian carrier with experience ﬂying jets including the Boeing 777
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or sabotage. By signing off from Malaysian airspace at 1:19 a.m. on March 8 with a casual “all right, good night,” rather than the crisp radio drill advocated in pilot training, a person now believed to be the co-pilot gave no hint of anything unusual. Two minutes later, at 1:21 a.m. local time, the transponder — a device identifying jets to ground controllers — was turned off in a move that experts say could reveal a careful sequence. EUTERS
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Fashion designer L’Wren Scott, the girlfriend of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, was found dead in her apartment on Monday from an apparent suicide, according to a law enforcement official. She was 47. Scott, a former model whose sexy gowns were favorites among A-list Hollywood stars such as Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams and Penelope Cruz, was found hanging from a scarf in her apartment. REUTERS
A third person has died as a result of a motorist plowing his car into a crowd of people outside a nightclub last week at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, officials said on Monday. A 26-year-old woman, Sandy Thuy Le, has died. She was one of the five people listed as being in critical condition after the incident last Thursday. Rashad Charjuan Owens, 21, from Killeen, Texas, has been charged with capital murder for the incident. Police said Owens fled from a sobriety checkpoint, smashed through a police barricade and then plowed down people, some of them lined up outside a nightclub, over a span of several city blocks.
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GM recalls another 1.5 million vehicles Last Friday. GM was hit with the ﬁrst U.S. class action lawsuit related to an ignition problem.
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GM is also recalling 303,000 Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans to replace plastic material in the passenger instrument panel to meet federal head-impact crash standards for unbelted passengers.
General Motors Co. announced three more recalls on Monday, related to airbag deployment and other issues, and said it would take a $300 million charge primarily to cover the costs related to these actions as well as the previous recall for faulty ignition switches. The No. 1 U.S. automaker, which will take the charge in the first quarter, did not provide a breakdown of how much was related to the ignition-switch recall of more than 1.6 million older-model vehicles that has hurt the
company’s reputation since it was announced last month. GM said on Monday that it is recalling more than 1.5 million newer crossover utility vehicles, luxury sedans and full-size vans in three separate recalls. While there were reports of engine compartment fires in two dealerowned Cadillac XTS sedans, the company said it has received no reports of accidents or injuries related to the three new recalls. Affected are some 20082009 and all 2010-2013 Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia crossovers, some 2009 and all 2010-2013 Chevrolet Traverses and some 2008-2009 and all 2010 Saturn Outlooks. Most of the vehicles were sold in the United States, but some are in Canada and Mexico. REUTERS
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“Today” co-anchor Savannah Guthrie got married this weekend — and broke the news that she is also four months pregnant. She and her new husband Michael Feldman announced the big news to guests at their Arizona wedding on Saturday, but asked their friends and family to keep the news quiet. When Guthrie was back at work on Monday morning (not much of a honeymoon, is it?), “Today” played a clip of their wedding — and the happy pregnancy news. “We are four months pregnant,” Guthrie announced to excited guests in the clip, all of whom erupted to their feet in applause. Back on air, Guthrie shared her happiness with viewers. “I’m so happy to tell the world, because I can’t suck in this gut anymore.” Twitter feed
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There are very few weddings in which the groom’s attire upstages the bride’s, but Saturday’s nuptials between Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx and model Courtney Bingham is an exception to the rule. While Bingham, 28, wore a custom-made gown from her aunt’s California bridal boutique, Sixx sported a dagger necklace and a black bandana. It was, as they say, “a lot of look.” “Just threw my wedding suit on topped with a ton of chrome hearts jewelry & custom leather chucks W/ an old Keith Richards scarf #I’mReady,” he tweeted on Saturday. Readers, I can’t stop staring at him. So many things to address about his wedding photo. Let’s look together, shall we?
His hair. So very many questions. Can that really be his hair? Really? Remember: Sixx is 55. It’s not like most men approaching 60 can rock hair
like that. What kind of product do you think he uses? Did he or Bingham spend longer on their wedding ’do? Does he wear the bandana to cover up a receding hairline? Speaking of his best accessory, I love that Sixx is such a romantic as to rock a bandana with a skull and hearts.
Jason Statham better be careful, as girlfriend Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has reportedly been getting some frank advice from fellow Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr about the state of their relationship, according to Radar Online. “Rosie and Jason have had many ups and downs in their relationship, but the supermodel has begun to lay
His other hair. Look very, very closely. Is his goatee lopsided? I want to straighten it out like a crooked painting on the wall. A crooked painting made out of pube-like fabric.
His dagger necklace. “Something old, something new, something borrowed and something you can cut your filet mignon with at the reception.”
down the law that if Jason doesn’t start getting serious about getting married, she will leave him. But the ultimatum idea didn’t come from Rosie herself but her close pal and mentor Miranda,” a source says. “After Rosie and Jason have spent four years together, Miranda would like to see her get married. She only wants the best for her friend, so she’s urging her to give Jason some tough love.” And apparently Kerr is more than happy to take credit for what happens next: “Miranda has been bragging to other friends in recent weeks that she is steering Rosie in the right direction by advising her to leave Jason if he doesn’t propose before the summer,” the source adds.
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Lady Gaga has received plenty of raised eyebrows for letting a performance artist vomit on her during a concert at SXSW last week, but
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No fourth kid for Garner, Aﬄeck Ben Aﬄeck may have previously hinted that a fourth kid could be in the cards, but Jennifer Garner has eﬀectively put a stop to such talk, according to Radar Online. “Jennifer told her pal that the diﬀerence between having two kids and three is ‘massive,’ and said [2-year-old son] Sam would complete their family. In fact, Jen admits she and Ben had only planned on having two children, and Sam was a wonderful but genuinely true accident,” a source says.
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in this business, and then there’s the real me that is outside of that,” Menounos says. “I enjoy the perks of all of this, but there’s a reality to it, too.” Menounos is also excited to show viewers her Greek family. “I think it’s nice to see a traditional Greek family at home,” Menounos says. “I think it’s nice to see someone who made it in this town and stayed in the same relationship they came in with. I don’t think you see that very often.” Menounos’ boyfriend Keven, who will venture into the spotlight for the first time on the
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“Every single one of my novels starts with a woman who seems to have her s— together but is destroyed by the end of the book.” Korelitz you meet at the beginning of the book. You might also be changed after finishing “You Should Have Known” — a little more discerning, a little more aware and a little less critical of those wives the camera pans to during the next high-profile press conference.
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Destinations. Long known among Europeans as a year-round holiday locale, the Algarve is finally getting the attention it deserves from the rest of us. During the Age of Discovery, a small but mighty Portugal sent out ships to explore Africa, Asia and what was then called the New World (that’s us!). Now it’s time for us to return the favor. Although burdened by the recent economic problems, Portugal hasn’t wavered as a destination for savvy European travelers seeking sun, fresh seafood and a knockout coastline — one of few in the world from which you can see the sun rise and set over the ocean. Lately, the Algarve region
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Until recently, the Algarve was known mostly to hippie caravaners chasing surf conditions along the coast. And you’ll still find plenty of them there. But you’ll also start to see more families seeking an affordable and unique holiday. And don’t worry — you won’t have to sleep on the beach. Anchoring new development in the Algarve is Martinhal Beach Resort & Hotel (www.martinhal.com), an award-winning seaside resort known as much for its sophisticated design as for its familyfriendliness. After opening in 2010, Martinhal soon stood out as an affordable luxury destination that still retains hyperregional charm. In designing the resort, owner Chitra Stern and her husband made it a priority to sustain the natural integrity of the Algarve. “It’s our responsibility to our children to do that,” she tells us. Martinhal’s architecture is carefully integrated into the natural landscape, and its
Indulge in magic hour A day on the Algarve ends best by watching the sun set over the ocean. Crowds usually form at Cabo de São Vicente, the southwesternmost point in Portugal. But in the spirit of discovery, we recommend grabbing a bottle of Portuguese wine and finding your own viewing spot in one of the many beach coves on the west coast.
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Going from screen time to stage time Interview. What do you do after you conquer Facebook, book publishing and parenthood? If you are Randi Zuckerberg, you head to Broadway. Since Randi Zuckerberg left Facebook in 2011, sheâ€™s started the media empire Dot Complicated, released a book by that name and, oh yeah, had a baby. Now sheâ€™s expanding her philosophy of untangling our wired lives by releasing the childrenâ€™s book â€œDot.â€? Sheâ€™s also gearing up for her big Broadway debut in â€œRock of Ages.â€? We catch up with her to talk parenting and managing screen time. What made you want to write a childrenâ€™s book? I have a son who is almost 3, and everywhere I went â€” whether it was speaking at a professional business conference or at my sonâ€™s preschool â€” all the parents were talking about screen time. Parents want to make sure their kids are getting enough screen time to be competitive with other kids, but they didnâ€™t want them to have too much. I thought, â€œHere I am writing a book about how tech has made our lives both so wonderful and complicated for adults, but it really starts much younger.â€? Thatâ€™s so true. Even 2-yearolds will try and swipe something like itâ€™s an iPhone. Absolutely! Kids absorb things so easily starting very young. As parents, we can make all these rules until weâ€™re blue in the face, but I thought if there was a techie young child other kids could relate to going through fun adventures, maybe it would stick. And even though I have a son, I chose to make the main character a girl
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Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. You have the chance to correct a past mistake should you be willing to do so. A defensive or critical attitude will only make matters worse. Make amends. Aries | March 21-April 20. You will gain momentum if you stick to your plans and stay alert to new possibilities. Don’t feel compelled to share your ideas with others. The ﬁnal product will speak for itself. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Do your best to help an older friend or relative in need of assistance. Your calmness and kindness will have a lasting effect on those you encounter. Gemini | May 22-June 20. Let your charm lead the way. An opponent may try to catch you oﬀ guard. Maintain a pleasant attitude, speak thoughtfully and don’t be coerced into a confrontation.
Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. You are capable of multitasking up a storm today. Although your current schedule may have you on the run, it will prepare you for the variety of challenges ahead. Show everyone how capable you are. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Spend some alone time pursuing activities that make you think. Personal relationships may need an adjustment. It’s a good time to follow up on a creative project or plan a trip. Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. A current situation is likely to confuse you. Do some factfinding before you take action. Don’t feel the urge to gossip or share what you discover.
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Reagan did help the world redecorate without the Iron Curtain
The comparison with the kings of Spain and France is erroneous and not applicable to what Reagan did.
Czechoslovakia in 1969. The people revolted but were crushed. With Reagan as president of the United States, he increased our military budget and the oppressed people felt they had a friend in Reagan, and as such were more willing to speak truth to power. This is why people under communist domination were more willing to speak out for freedom — unlike under the Obama administration, which is harassing patriotic Americans who sought to create 501 (C) 3 organizations.
Re: ‘The people, not Reagan, broke up USSR’ (Metro, March 17) Letter writer Timothy Laren is mistaken in his assertion that Reagan had nothing to do with the breakup of the USSR. As examples, I give you Hungary in 1956 and
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To answer Timothy Laren’s letter to the editor, Ukraine never used WMDs against its own people. Further, it got rid of its WMDs in exchange for a now-broken promise from Russia never to invade. As to his other comments, Reagan ended the policy of appeasing the Soviets and his policies led to their economic weakness. He fully supported the
oppressed (“Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”) — unlike Obama, who did nothing during the attempted Green Revolution uprisings in Tehran. Finally, Laren is also wrong about King Louis XVI, who was our ally in the American Revolution, as he sent troops and great financial support. JIM FLETCHER, VIA EMAIL
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