The Boston Herald is at its most Heraldish today, with a trio of Page One stories that feature drugs, crime, greed, and, well, TV.
For our money, the best of the bunch is this one:
No love lost between sibs
Con who killed parents sues bro for granny’s $$
A killer con — behind bars for cold-bloodedly murdering his parents for their insurance money more than 25 years ago — is back in court suing his brother over an inheritance from their grandmother, saying he has the dough coming to him.
“That money was supposed to be for me if I got out on parole,” William Duclos, 45, told the Herald in a jailhouse interview yesterday. “My brother was supposed to hold that money for me.”
Not surprisingly, the situation is a little more complicated than that. Check the feisty local tabloid for details.
Also not surprisingly – you won’t find them in the Boston Globe.