Radiation treatment fools N.H. trooper's sensor
By David Abel
The Boston Globe
EAST WAKEFIELD — The disabled 60-year-old driving a royal blue Chevy Malibu on New Hampshire's Spaulding Turnpike didn't look like an emissary of Al Qaeda.
But there was something menacing coming from his car.
On his way home last month after receiving a PET scan at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, Michael Rosenthal noticed a State Police sport utility vehicle driving next to him and the trooper inside staring at him strangely. The trooper then sped in front of Rosenthal, slowed down, and pulled behind him.
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