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Continued: Tweet furor: Rogers student says he's sorry, changes schools

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: February 24, 2014 - 6:12 AM

Bezek, who said he is still “looking at some kind of resolution,” responded to Friedberg’s comment by saying, “That kind of talk is disheartening.

“I guess it’s really between the attorneys right now.”

Sagehorn’s attorneys declined to discuss legal avenues the family might explore.


Paul Levy • 612-673-4419

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