Teen accused of lying in Boston bombing to be freed on bail

By REUTERS
May 6, 2013 21:28

 
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BOSTON - The teen accused of lying to FBI agents in the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing was ordered freed on $100,000 bail on Monday pending a later trial date.

While out on bail, Robel Phillipos will be under the custody of his mother and wearing a GPS bracelet, US Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler ordered in federal court in Boston.

The $100,000 bail was secured by real estate put up by a third party, the judge said.

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