First Boston Marathon Bombing Trial to Begin

NBC News - July 06, 2014 More than a year after the Boston Marathon bombing, the first trial is about to get underway. Opening statements are expected Monday in the trial of Azamat Tazhayakov, a 20-year-old friend of the accused suspects who is charged with obstruction. Prosecutors say he and another friend, Dias Kadyrbayev, took a
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Jury selection begins for friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect

The Daily Free Press - June 30, 2014 The lawyers defending Azamat Tazhayakov, who is charged with obstruction of justice and conspiracy in the investigation of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, began selecting a jury for Tazhayakov’s trial alongside federal prosecutors Monday. Tazhayakov, who is the first of
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Driver Sorry For Mowing Down ‘Fog Of War’ Editor

By LAURA ITALIANO September 8, 2011 “I’m sorry! I’m sorry! I’m sorry!” He’d killed thoughtlessly; he’d denied responsibility coldly. Only when the cuffs went on at sentencing did reckless thug David McKie -- the petty-theft getaway driver who’d fatally mowed down a brilliant film editor on the Upper West Side -- reveal
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Columbia Student Admits Selling Cocaine on Campus

By JOHN ELIGON Published: July 19, 2011 A Columbia University student who was the main target of an undercover investigation of a ring that sold drugs from the campus will be sentenced to six months in jail after pleading guilty Tuesday to selling cocaine. The student, Harrison David, is expected to begin serving his time on Rikers Island
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Top Columbia “Cartel” Student Pleads To Felony Coke Sales

By LAURA ITALIANO Last Updated: 1:38 PM, July 19, 2011 Posted: 11:17 AM, July 19, 2011 The 20-year-old who'd faced the most serious drug sale charges in last year's roundup of five Columbia University students is heading to Rikers for just 3 1/2 months under a deal struck in a Manhattan courtroom today. Harrison David, son of a
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