Two Men Photographed Near Boston Marathon Sue Newspaper

, The National Law Journal


Two Massachusetts men whose photos were splashed across the New York Post in an article claiming they were possible suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing have sued the newspaper for libel.

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  • Tom

    regrettable, but understandable. Perhaps if these two "victims" receive compensation, they will donate it to the real victims - those who lost limbs in the bombings.

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