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Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly plans to file a civil lawsuit against companies involved in the construction of the collapsed Big Dig tunnel.

Reilly says neglect with tunnel was criminal

He favors charges of manslaughter

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / November 28, 2006

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Declaring that a fatal tunnel ceiling collapse in Boston last summer was "a crime," Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly said yesterday that his office's investigation into the July 10 death of Milena Del Valle has convinced him that people and companies connected with the tunnel's construction should face manslaughter charges. (Full article: 891 words)

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