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Criminal charges dropped in marketing stunt

Two men apologize for January scare

Peter Berdovsky dodged the inquiring reporters yesterday after leaving the courthouse. He and Sean Stevens have been performing community service. Peter Berdovsky dodged the inquiring reporters yesterday after leaving the courthouse. He and Sean Stevens have been performing community service. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jenna Russell and Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / May 12, 2007

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Two local artists whose guerrilla marketing stunt caused a day of bomb scares in the Boston region -- and then fueled public outrage by appearing to make light of the incident -- apologized in court yesterday as prosecutors dropped the criminal charges against them. (Full article: 979 words)

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