Most likely result: nothing. If the photo was taken in a public place, it's legal for you to use even if you don't have a release. If they posed for the photo, even more on your side to say they implicitly gave their permission. Of course, people can always sue about stupid things. That's really what release forms are for--to stop people thinking that they could sue before they get that far. But legally speaking, (without being a lawyer, or knowing the exact circumstances of the photos being taken) you should be just fine.
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