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Two plead not guilty to Boston hoax charges

September 25, 2018
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Two men pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges they created panic by placing electronic light boards that caused a bomb scare Wednesday in Boston. (CNN — 2 February, 2007)
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Authorities have arrested two men in connection with electronic light boards depicting a middle-finger-waving moon man that triggered repeated bomb scares around Boston on Wednesday and prompted the closure of bridges and a stretch of the Charles River. (CNN — 2 February, 2007)
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A deal could be struck by Monday for Turner Broadcasting System Inc. to compensate state and local governments for a panic caused by a marketing stunt, Massachusetts’ attorney general said Friday. (CNN — 3 February, 2007)
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More than 10 blinking electronic devices planted at bridges and other spots in Boston threw a scare into the city Wednesday in what turned out to be a publicity campaign for a late-night cable cartoon. Most if not all of the devices depict a character giving the finger. (MSNBC — 1 February, 2007)
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Turner Broadcasting System Inc. apologized Friday for a security scare that had Boston bomb squads checking out electronic signs that were part of a nationwide marketing campaign for its subsidiary Cartoon Network. (CNN — 3 February, 2007)
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US police investigate a media company after its advertising campaign causes a major security scare in Boston. (BBC News — 2 February, 2007)
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Turner Broadcasting System apologized to Boston-area residents on Friday for a security scare that had bomb squads checking out electronic signs that were part of a nationwide marketing campaign for its subsidiary Cartoon Network. (MSNBC — 3 February, 2007)
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Two men who authorities say placed electronic advertising devices around the city were released from jail Thursday, apparently amused with the publicity stunt that stirred fears of terrorism and shut down parts of the city. (MSNBC — 2 February, 2007)
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Police in the United States are investigating a media company for causing a massive security scare in Boston A marketing campaign for Cartoon Networks Aqua Teen Hunger Force turned into a day-long (ABC News — 1 February, 2007)
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Blog: When Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley proudly announced on Thursday that two men had been arraigned as a result of… (CNET News.com — 3 February, 2007)
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