April 01, 2013
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John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Edward Tutunjian in the Kilmarnock Street garage office.
Boston Cab has by far the biggest taxi fleet in the city.
The Kilmarnock Street garage houses the Boston Cab taxi fleet owned by Edward J. Tutunjian.
Tutunjian (left) walked past drivers waiting at the window where keys are distributed.
Drivers waited to get keys to taxis.
Another look inside the Kilmarnock Street garage of Boston Cab.
Shift drivers must pay a fixed fee of about $100, due after every 12-hour shift. Also, many allege, they must pay bribes to simply get on the road.
The dispatch window at the Kilmarnock Street garage that houses the taxi fleet owned by Edward Tutunjian.
Tutunjian, leaving a Boston court in October, after a trial in a personal injury case brought against his firm.
Edward Tutunjian's home in Belmont is just one of many properties he owns.
An apartment building at 300 Marlborough Street in Boston is owned by Tutunjian.
Tutunjian also owns this apartment building at 245 Commonwealth Avenue.
A two-story garage on Queensbury Street in Boston owned by Tutunjian.
Tutunjian owned a building that houses a Kilmarnock Street restaurant.
Another commercial property on Kilmarnock Street in Boston is owned by Tutunjian.
Victor Ruiz Caballero for the Boston Globe
A worker rested at a vineyard owned by Edward Tutunjian, about 120 miles south of Santiago, Chile.
Tutunjian exports wine under labels including Apaltagua and Tutunjian Single Vineyard.
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