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National Center Extends Sympathy to Victims in Boston

ALT TAGJustin Danhof

Justin Danhof, general counsel for the National Center for Public Policy Research, director of our Free Enterprise Project, and co-blogger on this blog, was at the finish line at the Boston Marathon today when the bombs went off.

Justin was there with his family to cheer on his father, who was finishing the race.

Thankfully, neither Justin nor anyone in his family was injured.

The National Center staff extends its sympathy to the families of those who were killed today, and support for the many wounded. We also are grateful that the number of casualties was not higher.

We are praying for all the victims, and that justice is done.

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