Maine Dunkin’ Donuts offers Deflategate judge free coffee for life

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Judge overturns Tom Brady's four-game suspension
Thursday September 3rd, 2015

The owner of a New England Dunkin’ Donuts is either a big Patriots fan or just appreciates due process, because the outlet has decided to offer Judge Richard Berman free coffee for life. 

Berman, of course, is the judge who ruled Thursday morning in a scalding opinion that the NFL was wrong to suspend Tom Brady for four games. So yeah, he’s a popular guy in the Greater Boston area. 

After a little investigative reporting, we’ve concluded that the donut shop in question is located at 1124 Lisbon Street in Lewiston, Maine. That’s less than an hour away from Roger Goodell’s summer home on the coast. His coffee undoubtedly costs extra.  

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