BOSTON (Reuters) - A jury on Wednesday found Dzokhar Tsarnaev guilty of killing three people and injuring 264 in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, as well as fatally shooting a police officer four days later.
You have heard the words. You know the narrative. Let’s not rush to judgment. These were lone wolves. They were self-radicalized. The system worked. The dots were connected. Osama Bin Laden is dead; GM is alive. Al Qaeda is a shadow of its former self. It is time for nation building at home.
An al Qaeda magazine containing bomb-making instructions helped the Boston Marathon bombers construct the deadly explosive devices that killed three people and wounded more than 260, according to a U.S. official close to the ongoing investigation.
Massachusetts Senate candidates are staking out positions on whether Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be tried as an enemy combatant after the White House announced its controversial decision to prosecute Tsarnaev as a civilian today.
An ethnic Chechen Islamist suspect linked to the Boston Marathon terrorist bombing was captured Friday night and his brother died earlier following a massive police manhunt involving car chases and a shootout that with police that included an exchange of of some 200 gunshots.