Neighbors say three have been arrested in New Bedford in connection with the Boston Bombing suspect.
Police apprehended suspects from the Hidden Brook Apartments on Carriage Drive in New Bedford. Neighbors say they think that the girlfriend of 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may have lived in the complex and they have seen him in the area as recently as yesterday.
Dzhokhar is a student at the nearby University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Earlier on Friday his brother, also a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, was killed in a gun fight with police.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
We'll see how accurate this is
And even so, it may have been more in post-even concealment than a conspiracy.
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And, of course, there would have to be some sort of admission by Tsarnaev that he was involved or responsible for them to be complicit in hiding him.
He was reported to be at school the day after the bombing, although he hadn't been seen in the two weeks or so before it. If he's the perpetrator, he may have just been trying to approximate normalcy to evade detection, and I doubt anyone could bring charges against acquaintances without some proof that they knew he was complicit.
DHS needs new mega-revenue sources in this era of sequestration. Time for the Department of Homeland Security terrorism pr0n cable channel:
Chase And Capture.
Not Just Reality.
Not Just Actuality.
Armageddon All The Time.
There's a river of advertising revenue just waiting to be tapped. Montag should get a consulting gig out of it, too.
Montag should get a consulting gig out of it, too.
Ah, SP, money's too expensive to be earned that way.
Hey Montag, those parlor walls in your town (can't remember the name, and a lot of my classic books got swamped Thursday morning, hoping not that one, we'll find out later) showed Chase And Capture all the time. Even had the "everybody open their doors and look outside at the count of ten", just like Watertown. Eerie.
Thought you might pick up an Executive Producer credit and a few bucks with your experience, since they're a gonna do it anyway.
tinkle down economics says no.
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