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Gates caller says she didn’t cite race

Woman laments media accounts

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By John R. Ellement and Matt Collette
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / July 27, 2009

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The woman whose report of a possible house break-in led to the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. said she never mentioned race during her 911 call and is “personally devastated’’ by media accounts that suggest she placed the call because the men she observed on the porch were black, according to a lawyer acting as her spokeswoman. (Full article: 1274 words)

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