Bite Size News, October 7: Final Edition
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- Mitt Romney apparently wishes Osama bin Laden was alive because he hired several former Bush administration staffers as foreign policy advisers and criticized President Obama's foreign policy. [Boston Globe]
- Patriots RB Eric Kettani's football career is on hold for now as he has been ordered to return to active duty in the Navy. His request for a leave was denied. If his leave was granted, his Navy commitment would be extended by 2.5 years. [Boston Herald]
- Get a pizza! Ask the Globe where to go. [Boston Globe]
- Clear Channel Outdoor is helping former Governor Paul Cellucci fight ALS. They donated $100,000 worth of free billboard space to help him raise cash for ALS research. [Boston Herald]
- Two families have been denied the right to sue the FBI for allegedly enabling Whitey Bulger to commit murders by leaking confidential information to him. Judge Sandra Lynch ruled the estates of Brian Halloran and Michael Donahue missed the statute of limitations. [WCVB]
- The transit police bomb squad defused a renegade coffee pot at the Riverside T stop in Newton today. [WCVB]
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