Suspect Tsarnaev is a 19-years old student at U-Mass. He does not have the profile of a terrorist, nor the capabilities to undertake of a complex bombing operation in an area under close surveillance by thousands of police, national guard and security personnel.
USA Today interviewed by phone Zach Boyer, who lives in the same dorm as Tsarneev – just two doors down. (Michel. Ch.)
GR Editor’s Note: The Testimony of the Tsarnaev Brothers’ Mother as well as media reports confirm that the two brothers were on the FBI Radar, under FBI surveillance for several years. The Tsarnaev family had been the object of persistent…
Obama: ‘The people of Massachusetts now owe federal and local law enforcement a debt of gratitude
Last night in Boston, following the apprehension of a 19 year old student suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, crowds poured on to the streets of Watertown…
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