Morning Links: New York Sailor Meets Kid for the First Time; Methane in the Gulf Could Do More Damage; Faisal Shahzad Indicted


• A New York sailor has met his 22-month-old son for the first time after 1,152 days at sea. [NYPost]

• While Tony Hayward said he was “deeply sorry” for the oil spill, he also said BP would not accept or assign blame for the April 20 well blowout until the investigations were complete. [LA Times]

• Methane in the oil that’s still spewing from the well in the Gulf could pose an additional threat to sea life. [AP]

• Faisal Shahzad, the would-be Times Square bomber, has been indicted on 10 terrorism-related charges by a federal grand jury. [Bloomberg]

• Ronnie Lee Gardner, convicted for the murder of a man in a botched courthouse escape attempt, was executed by firing squad in Utah early Friday. Utah is the only state “actively practicing that form of punishment,” which is given only in certain cases, and when an inmate chooses it. [NYT]

• Utah’s Attorney General announced Gardner’s death by Tweet. [BBC News]

• Three teens have been murdered in the Bronx in the past three days. [ABC]

• There are fewer kids on Long Island. [Newsday]

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