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Kyle DeVito, 13, with his year-old boxer Cassius, who was electrocuted last week.
Kyle DeVito, 13, with his year-old boxer Cassius, who was electrocuted last week.

Dog's family demands $740,000

Picks a sum equal to NStar chief's salary

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / March 8, 2005

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The family of Cassius, the dog killed by leaking electricity from an old NStar Electric lamppost site, said last night it had turned down an unspecified offer of "comfort money" from NStar and is demanding $740,000 from the utility or it will sue. The family said it picked the dollar figure because it equals NStar chief executive Thomas J. May's ... (Full article: 1080 words)

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