Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Journalism is hard: The Herald is forced to eat crow for the second time in a month, this time acknowledging that John Tomase’s story that claimed the Patriots taped the St. Louis Rams’ 2001 Super Bowl walkthrough was incorrect. [Herald]
Death to King Sal? House Speaker Sal DiMasi had a police detail covering his North End home after receiving a credible death threat during the debate over casino legislation. [Globe]
The Herald thinks casinos are a wonderland: The tabloid continues to lament the lack of casinos in Massachusetts, this time pouting because John Mayer and P. Diddy will be at the grand opening of the MGM Grand addition at Foxwoods on Saturday. [Herald]
Nobody was harmed in the making of this bribe: The lawyer for Carmen “The Cheese Man” DiNunzio maintains that his client is just a harmless, grossly obese man who should be released on bail to await trial on bribery charges. [Globe]