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Jesselyn A. Radack, center, a Department of Justice whistleblower and Edward Snowden's attorney, discusses her experiences disclosing the FBI’s ethical violation while interrogating John Walker Lindh. The talk also featured Walt L. Tamosaitis, left, a whistleblower at the Waste Treatment Plant at the Hanford Nuclear Site in Eastern Washington.
The latest filing comes a few months after accusations that Dershowitz had sexual relations with then-underage "Jane Doe No. 3."
Students from Boston or who were at Harvard said they felt the Marathon attack to be more personal.
While both the U.S. District Court and the Court of Appeals have rejected the requests to relocate the Tsarnaev trial, Law School faculty members see reason behind them.
The trial of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began on Wednesday morning at the John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse in South Boston. The trial is expected to last several months as the defense attempts to persuade the jurors to forgo the death penalty.
Members of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev legal defense team walk into the Moakley Federal Courthouse Tuesday morning for the selection of the final jury for Tsarnaev’s trial. A total of 18 jurors were selected to try Tsarnaev on 30 counts in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, as well as the shooting of MIT police officer Sean Collier on April 18, 2013.
Eight men and 10 women will determine the fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who has plead not guilty to 30 charges in connection with bombings that killed three and injured more than 260 on April 15, 2013.
The theft, which was reported to the Harvard University Police Department last Thursday morning, remains an "open investigation," according to HUPD spokesperson Steven G. Catalano.
While waiting at a bus stop on the 600th block of Cambridge Street Tuesday night, a man was allegedly stabbed twice by a teenage male.
Cambridge crime rates for February are predicted to be at a historic low due to the recent series of snow storms, according to the Cambridge Police Department.
The Harvard University Police Department has observed an increase in reports of missing items, particularly at graduate apartment-style housing, according to spokesperson Steven G. Catalano.