Week In Review: DOMA, Hernandez, Markey Wins
It was a whirlwind of a week, from yesterday’s 30-count indictment of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Jahar Tsarnaev, the arrest and investigation into Patriots tight-end Aaron Hernandez for murder, and a momentous decision from the Supreme Court on the Defense of Marriage Act.
Nancy Gertner, former U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Massachusetts, and a professor at Harvard Law School.
Scot Lehigh, columnist for The Boston Globe.
Boston Globe “Officials have recovered the silver Chrysler 300 with Rhode Island license plates that prosecutors were searching for in the investigation into the murder of Odin L. Lloyd according to the Bristol, Conn. resident who spotted the vehicle and called the police.”
ESPN “Kevin Garnett has agreed to waive his no-trade clause, clinching an agreement on a trade that will land Paul Pierce, Garnett and Jason Terrywith the Brooklyn Nets, sources close to the process told ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard on Thursday night.”
Politico “Coakley’s failed Senate bid created intraparty angst, with her advisers accusing national Democrats of leaving her out in the cold and the other side blaming her for a shoddy campaign to take the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s seat.”
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