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'Cowards' Posted on Boston Billboard by Labor Union Cheers Motorists

Wednesday, 17 Apr 2013 08:42 AM

By Alexandra Ward

A Boston-area labor union used a billboard at the city's entrance Tuesday to express how its members felt about those responsible for Monday's Boston Marathon bombings: "Cowards."

IBEW Local 103, based in Dorchester, Mass., flashed the message on an electronic billboard in a move of solidarity for a city shaken by Monday's horrific tragedy.

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Two bombs detonated within 30 seconds of each other Monday during the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring countless others. The devices were reportedly made out of pressurized cookers and contained nails, ball bearings, and other bits of metal. There are currently no suspects.









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