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Report: FBI was justified in Todashev fatal shooting Findings. An investigation into the death of Ibragim Todashev, friend of accused marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, reveals he flipped over a table and lunged at officers with a pole. Interrogation. He was being interviewed about his involvement in a 2011 triple murder in Waltham. PAGE 02

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Student stabbed, another arrested in Cambridge A Cambridge Rindge & Latin School student was stabbed allegedly by a classmate during a fight at the school Tuesday morning. Cambridge police were called to the high school about 8:45 a.m. when two girls became involved in a fight that resulted in one of them being stabbed in the shoulder. The student was taken to a local hospital for a minor injury. Police arrested the other student, Jasmine Genty, 19, of Cambridge, and recovered a knife. METRO

Gambling

Lottery plans $30 scratch ticket The Massachusetts Lottery next month will launch a $30 instant ticket — the highest priced ticket in the agency’s history — with a top prize of $15 million. Known as “World Class Millions,” the game’s top prize will be the highest scratch-and-win payout ever offered by the agency, officials said at a meeting Tuesday. Overall, the game will pay out more than $600 million in cash prizes. Ticket sales will begin at the end of April. Massachusetts will become the 14th state to offer a $30 instant ticket.

An FBI evidence response team, left, works outside the Orlando apartment complex where Todashev was shot to death on May 22, 2013. Todashev’s father, Abdulbaki, right, shows pictures of his son’s bullet-riddled body during a press conference in Moscow, on May 30, 2013. Todashev, inset, is seen in a booking photo after being arrested for aggravated battery on May 4, 2013, in Orlando. / GETTY IMAGES

Agent at risk when he killed Todashev Investigation. Documents released by a Florida prosecutor on Tuesday reveal new details of the fatal shooting of Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s friend.

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Suspects sought in killing of Waltham teen Authorities were seeking the public’s help locating two men who they said were involved in the fatal shooting of Tyler Zanco, 17, of Waltham. Arrest warrants were issued for Domingo Mendes, 22, of Belmont and Taylor Poulin, 21, of Newton, the Middlesex district attorney’s office said on Tuesday. METRO

Holding a broomstick-type pole in his hand like a javelin and moving toward a state police trooper, Ibragim Todashev was shot three to four times by an agent for the FBI who then shot him multiple times again when he allegedly lunged at officers, according to a prosecutor’s report released Tuesday. Todashev was being questioned by Massachusetts State Police troopers and the agent about his involvement in a 2011 triple murder in Waltham. He allegedly was about to sign a document implicating himself when he suddenly flung a coffee table in the air, striking the FBI agent in the head. He then ran toward the kitchen and raised a pole

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Additional report clears FBI agent Also released on Tuesday was another report examining the fatal shooting of Ibragim Todashev. This report, by the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, also Quoted

“There was no doubt in my mind that Todashev intended to kill both of us.” FBI agent who shot Todashev in interview transcript

above his head, the report says. “As Mr. Todashev advanced on the MSP officer, the Special Agent of the FBI fired three to four shots at him,” the report said. “Mr. Todashev dropped to his knees by the force of the shots, but was not incapacitated. He immediately sprung toward the officers in what

cleared the FBI agent who fatally shot Todashev. That report recounted much of the same information discussed in the Florida prosecutor’s report and outlined investigators’ reasons to not seek charges against the agent. “After reviewing all

available evidence, the Civil Rights Division and the USAO have concluded that the evidence does not reveal a violation of federal criminal civil rights statutes or warrant further federal criminal investigation,” authorities wrote in the report.

the MSP officer describes as a low-angled lunge. The Special Agent of the FBI fired three to four additional shots, which incapacitated Mr. Todashev and resulted in his death.” The report by OrangeOsceola State Attorney Jeff Ashton concludes that the FBI agent who fatally shot Todashev should not face charges for the shooting. The report comes after a months-long investigation into the shooting death of Todashev, a Chechan immigrant who knew accused Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev. He was fatally shot in his Orlando apartment last May during the nearly five-hour-long

interrogation with authorities. An autopsy report included in the release of documents concludes that Todashev was shot a total of seven times. Questions lingered for months about exactly what led to the shooting and about the interview and whether authorities were there to question Todashev about the bombings or a 2011 triple homicide in Waltham. A state trooper said in an interview with authorities that Todashev indicated the Waltham murders were “just gonna be a robbery.” MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

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Guilty plea. Attorney admits to drug smuggling An attorney from Quincy pleaded guilty on Tuesday to smuggling drugs into a courthouse last year in an attempt to get them to an inmate. Michael Lustig, 45, pleaded guilty to attempting to distribute drugs, according to the Suffolk district attorney’s office. He was sentenced to a probationary term of 18 months during which he will have to undergo drug and alcohol treatment, testing and counseling. Authorities said detectives received information that Lustig intended to deliver

drugs to a Chelsea District Court inmate who was not his client. They received a court order to search him and did so when he tried to bypass court security using his identification when he said he was there to see “a friend,” authorities said. Inside an envelope with the inmate’s name were Suboxone tablets, authorities said. Before being opened, the envelope was given to the judge who issued the order so as not to violate any potential attorney-client privilege. MICHAEL NAUGHTON

Relaunch. More than 100 bicycle-sharing stations are expected to be ready on April 2. It’s almost time to break out your bicycle helmet. Hubway, the Boston area’s bike sharing system, is set to return to Boston, Brookline and Somerville city streets next week. The system announced on its website Monday that

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“The Hubway team has been hard at work deploying stations, and nearly 100 stations ... are expected to be operational by April 2.” Hubway on the spring opening

most bike stations will be operational on April 2. Stations have been reinstalled in recent weeks, and the bikes aren’t far behind. “The Hubway team has been hard at work deploying stations, and nearly 100 stations (out of 140) are expected to be operational by April 2, with most remaining stations to be rolled out in early April,” Hubway said in a system alert. Because of the Boston Marathon, stations along Boylston Street in Brookline and Boston will not be installed until after the April 21 race. Last year, Hubway announced that it would test a pilot program in Cambridge. Most stations operated throughout the winter to test year-round feasibility. MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

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OďŹƒcials outline plans for MBTA fare hike MBTA fares will increase by between 4 and 7 percent on nearly all service options, rising 10 cents for bus and subway rides, according to a plan detailed on Tuesday that state officials will present to the public.

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The average 5 percent fare increase would go into effect July 1, generating $20 million to $24.5 million in new revenue and helping the Transportation Department meet the new requirement for generating a larger portion of its own revenue — which was part of the 2013 law raising gas and tobacco taxes. Students and people with disabilities will receive some

breaks. Fares for The Ride, door-to-door paratransit service, will stay steady, while the MBTA will offer a sevenday student pass for $26, a $2 discount from the current cost of a seven-day pass. The T will also offer a five-day student pass for the same price, which is a $1 increase. A public comment period will be held before a plan is finalized. SHNS

Spinning around the Hub Harlem Globetrotter Derick “Dizzyâ€? Grant stops in front of the State House on Tuesday where he showed o his skills while taking a Boston Duck Tour with students from the Eliot School in the North End. The Globetrotters will present the ABC’s of bullying prevention at the Richard J. Murphy school in Dorchester today, before they play two games at the TD Garden this weekend. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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The company that makes the controversial alcoholic beverage Four Loko agreed to a multi-state settlement over allegations of deceptive marketing practices and will pay $400,000, it was announced on Tuesday. Massachusetts was one of 19 states, as well as the city of San Francisco, that

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Russia and the West drew a tentative line under the Ukraine crisis on Tuesday after President Barack Obama and his allies agreed to hold off on more damaging economic sanctions unless Moscow goes beyond the seizure of Crimea. Describing Russia as a “regional power” and not the biggest national security threat to the United States, Obama said Russian forces would not be removed militarily from Crimea, but the annexation of the Black Sea region was not a “done deal” because the international community would not recognize it.

World leaders called on countries Tuesday to cut their use and their stocks of highly enriched nuclear fuel to the minimum to help prevent al-Qaida-style militants from obtaining material for atomic bombs. But they also underlined that many challenges remained and stressed the need for increased international cooperation to make sure highly enriched uranium, plutonium and other radioactive substances do not fall into the wrong hands. The United States and Russia set aside their differences to endorse the meeting’s final statement aimed at enhancing nuclear security around the world. REUTERS

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had crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. Citing satellite-data analysis by British firm Inmarsat, he said there was now no doubt that the Boeing jet came down in the ocean in one of the most remote places on Earth -— an implicit admission that all 239 people on board died. REUTERS

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he was acting to meet their concerns by limiting the scope of data-gathering. “I am confident that everybody in our intelligence agencies operates in the best of intentions and is not snooping into the privacy of ordinary Dutch, German, French or American citizens,” Obama said after a nuclear security summit. However, Obama said he recognized that “because of these revelations, there is a process that is taking place where we have to win back the trust, not just of governments, but more importantly of ordinary citizens, and that is not going to happen overnight.” REUTERS

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US top court signals support for corporate religious claims The U.S. Supreme Court appeared poised on Tuesday to open the door to companies’ religious-based objections to government regulations as justices weighed whether business owners can object to part of President Barack Obama’s health care law. It was unclear whether the companies objecting to the regulation requiring them to provide insurance coverage that includes contraception would win overall, but a majority of the nine justices seemed ready to rule that companies had the same religious rights to object as individuals do. REUTERS Supreme court

Ruling: Severance pay is taxable The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that taxes are due for Social Security and Medicare on severance packages paid to workers who are laid off involuntarily, overturning a lower court ruling that could have led to a wave of payroll tax refund requests from U.S. businesses. The court voted 8-0 that Quality Stores Inc., a defunct retailer, and its employees are not entitled to tax refunds totaling about $1 million. REUTERS


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‘Scandal’ star and Judge Joe Brown are fighting the law Today in “Men Behaving Badly,” we have “gladiator” Columbus Short and Judge Joe Brown getting in all sorts of trouble. First up: Short, who portrays the dapperly dressed Harrison Wright on “Scandal,” seems to have gotten into a wee bar fight on March 15 JUDGE in Los Angeles, according JOE BROWN to TMZ.com. The fight went the way most bar fights do TV’s Judge Joe Brown, who — words were exchanged, should really know better, egos were harmed — and then was sentenced to a fiveShort punched a guy, breakday jail stay on a coning his nose and rendering tempt of court charge him unconscious. Cops are issued by a Tennessee currently investigating. judge Monday, accordThis isn’t the first time ing to a court spokesShort has gotten in man. Brown, who trouble using was representing his fists. TMZ. a client, became com reports “pretty raucous” he punched a and “challenged fellow gymgoer the authority” in the face after of Magistrate an altercaHarold Horne, tion in 2010, COLUMBUS SHORT another judge knocking AKA: HARRISON told CNN. After several teeth WRIGHT that, the world’s out. Gladiator, best mug shot, indeed. above, was taken. Meanwhile,

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Driver roll down the partition, please. Kermit The Frog, Miss Piggy and Constantine arrived at the London premiere of “The Muppets Most Wanted” on Monday. Check out Constantine’s expression — priceless.

Paltrow and Martin separating

After more than 10 years of marriage, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are calling it quits. Paltrow announced on her website, Goop, that the two have decided on a “conscious uncoupling.” The site crashed when we visited, but we took

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be a family, and in many ways we are closer than we have ever been. We are parents first and foremost, to two incredibly wonderful children and we ask for their and our space and privacy to be respected at this difficult time. We have always conducted our relationship privately, and we hope that as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will be able to continue in the same manner. Love, Gwyneth & Chris” ANDREA PARK

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May 8 through May 18 Boston Opera House, 529 Washington St., Boston, $29-$137 617-695-6955 www.bostonballet.org The Boston Ballet presents three modern works, two of which see their American debut with this show: Petr Zuska’s “D.M.J. 1953–1977,” Alexander Ekman’s “Cacti” and Harold Lander’s “Etudes.” Why is the program called “Pricked”? It may reference both the roses used as props in “D.M.J. 1953-1977” and the titular plant of “Cacti” — beyond that, you’re on your own.

‘Acis and Galatea’ May 15 through May 18 Citi Shubert Theater, 265 Tremont St., Boston $35-$110, 866-348-9738 www.citicenter.org Mark Morris Dance Group teams up with the Handel and Haydn Society for this presentation of Mozart’s version of Handel’s opera, with set designs by Andrianne Lobel, costume design by Isaac Mizrahi and lighting design by Michael Chybowski. In other words, you’ll be seeing the creation of a bona fide artistic supergroup — a high art highlight of the season.

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More women than men at risk for obesity-fueled depression Location of study: India Study subjects: Almost 2,000 obese adults Results: It’s well established that obesity leads to a host of physical health issues. But what role does obesity play when it comes to mental health? A recent Indian study found that obese women are more likely to develop depression when compared to obese men. Significance: While obese men were two times as likely to be depressed as men who were not obese, the numbers were much different among women. In fact, obese women were found to be 39 times more likely to suffer from depression when compared to women of

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Sore throat, neck mass among first symptoms of throat cancer Location of study: U.S. Study subjects: 88 people with oropharyngeal cancer Results: Researchers from the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance found sore throat and neck mass to be the most common initial symptoms of a rapidly increasing type of oral, head and neck cancer known as oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OPSCC). Researchers say that HPV (human papillomavirus) is largely responsible for the increase in cases. Significance: Researchers say that many nationally used textbooks and products used by medical and dental students do not include throat cancer as a possible finding in someone

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Aries | March 21-April 20. Being around children or older relatives will give you a new perspective. You can increase your confidence by conquering a physical challenge. Taurus | April 21-May 21. You have the ability to shape your own future. There is good advice to be had if you ask questions. Assistance will be offered, but it’s up to you. Gemini | May 22-June 20. Your creativity may lead you in an unexpected direction. Be receptive to strategies that could increase your chances for advancement. A new approach could yield results. Cancer | June 21-July 22. You have a lot to lose if you let yourself be talked into a questionable activity. You’ll need to be crystal clear about your intentions and able to make stellar judgment calls. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. You will be successful in your chosen field as long as you continue to exude diligence and ingenuity. Use your charismatic power of persuasion and showcase your unique talents. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. A challenging social activity will remind you of your capabilities. Multiply your efforts of selfpromotion, and you will excel professionally. Present what you have to offer.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Personal contact and face-toface meetings will help you close a deal. Attend as many social and business gatherings as you can to meet people of influence. Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. What you considered a small project will develop into something more meaningful and lucrative. Take care not to be misled by a new acquaintance with a sudden interest in you.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. You may receive an unusual request from an old friend. Although you may be tempted, trust in your own judgment. Refuse to be seduced by flattery. Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Don’t be persuaded by someone offering you a “foolproof” moneymaking scheme. You have invested a lot to get to where you are. Taking a detour now would be a big mistake. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Your energetic and inquisitive nature will open up a world of new possibilities. The more you learn, the easier it will be to improve your financial status. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Consider the pros and cons before making any changes. An invitation that appears promising at the moment could cause difficulties. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Re: ‘Hobby Lobby should be consistent’ (Metro, March 25) What’s a merchant to do? The reason that retailers such as Hobby Lobby sell “Made in China” merchandise is that we Americans buy it! Given the choice between a domestic item and a comparable, lower-priced, “Made in China” item, Americans choose the lower price. Who supports the “bad guys”? Look in the mirror.

Carbon emissions have been the buzzwords now for years, but until very recently, very little has happened. Companies use more energy and have a larger carbon footprint than many households put together. We need to lower the footprint of the human race as a whole. This means that we have to start with the biggest culprits. If we don’t do something soon, it will simply be too late. We need you to help. Never print an email unless it’s completely

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History is hard to predict Re: ‘Reagan raised GDP spending, then razed USSR’ (Metro, March 24) Spending more on the military may have weakened the Soviet economy, but I would have expected it to make the government more, not

less, able to suppress revolts. What happened is an example of the difficulty of predicting political events, a difficulty that is not new. In 1859, poet John Greenleaf Whittier predicted in a letter that no one then living would see the end of slavery in the United States, and in 1865, he wrote a poem celebrating the fact that slavery had been outlawed. ALAN R. BROWN, VIA EMAIL

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C’s Sullinger pulling for Heat center Oden NBA. Jared Sullinger is excited that fellow Ohio State product, Greg Oden, is getting his career on track. Jared Sullinger was sitting about 5 feet from one of the televisions in the Celtics locker room with a smile on his face. He was checking out Miami Heat game footage, focused on one particular player on the court: Greg Oden. Oden is making his NBA comeback after knee issues have plagued his career from the start. Drafted No. 1 overall in the 2007 NBA Draft, Oden has only played in 103 career games. Regardless, the big man is now contributing on an NBA team looking to threepeat this season. Sullinger sees the improvement in his fellow Ohio State alum. “I’m excited for him, honestly,� Sullinger said. “Greg went through a lot, he went through a lot of struggles but Back on track

“Greg went through a lot, he went through a lot of struggles but now he’s back and slowly but surely he’s making plays that I’ve seen him make at Ohio State.� Jared Sullinger, Celtics forward On the career revival of Greg Oden

now he’s back and slowly but surely he’s making plays that I’ve seen him make at Ohio State. So I’m happy for the guy, honestly. And the Sullinger family is big supporters of Greg. We love Greg and everything he does at Ohio State. We love him for what he did at Portland. We just want him to do extremely well.� The feeling seems mutual for Oden, who like the rest of the NBA world, has seen Sullinger really step his game up this season in Boston. “He’s getting it done,� Oden said. “No matter how you like his game, he’s still getting it done. He’s averaging some really good numbers, and I’m happy for him.� Oden was out of Ohio State well before Sullinger arrived, but the two share a bond, both having been dominant big men at the school during their time there. Oden now lives in Columbus, Ohio, the same place Sullinger grew up. “He’s a couple years younger than me, but we’ve been cool,� Oden said of Sullinger. Oden told us that he had a couple of meetings with the Celtics when he was a free agent, but it just didn’t work out at the time. “I would love playing with Greg,� Sullinger said, also stating that his former coach at Ohio State, Thad Matta, would love it more than anybody. JAMES TOSCANO @jimmy_toscano sports@metro.us

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A custody agreement was reached Tuesday for the 5-year-old granddaughter of Red Sox TV analyst Jerry Remy. The family of the late Jennifer Martel will receive guardianship of Arianna Remy. Jerry Remy and his wife, Phoebe, had been seeking custody of Arianna. Remy’s 35-year-old son, Jared, is currently being held without bail as he awaits trial for the murder of his former girlfriend, Martel, who was brutally stabbed to death last August. Jerry and Phoebe Remy will have visitation rights, according to The Boston Globe. METRO

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