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Standing guard for rich and famous

Police Commissioner Edward Davis (left) entered the J. Joseph Moakley federal courthouse recently with Officer Quion Riley. Police Commissioner Edward Davis (left) entered the J. Joseph Moakley federal courthouse recently with Officer Quion Riley. (PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / February 25, 2007

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Bodyguard . The term triggers flashbulb images of starlets and rap moguls rolling into nightclubs in New York or LA surrounded by men built like NFL tackles. (Full article: 815 words)

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