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Boston Bombing Suspect in Custody

Caught less than a day after his brother killed in shootout

April 20, 2013

WATERTOWN, Mass....

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Wheeldog

Apr-22-13 12:36 AM

"No evidence whatsoever of any deep dark cover covert operations, just some Chechnyan azzwhipes who couldn't make it America. ... no evidence of any communication with Al-Q badguy," da.

You were saying???

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daWraith

Apr-21-13 10:53 AM

Noimpact,"I offered a couple of alternative possibilities to your bigoted assumption. "

I was 100% correct, rodent brain, you blew it as usual.

FACTS are not BIGOTED, FACTS are FACTS, fool, GET OVER IT!

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walksabout

Apr-21-13 2:18 AM

he might know what ? He is a 19 year old boy. when did you ever meet a 19 year old with anything of value to share from their mind ?

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impact

Apr-20-13 10:50 PM

First of all Wrats**t, I didn't say that. I said I don't know. I offered a couple of alternative possibilities to your bigoted assumption. BTW, Faux News described these guys as "home grown terrorists" with no middle east connections, so your prognostication wasn't exactly correct ( big surprise).lol

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 7:01 PM

---Fort Hood---

And he has NOT had a trial in 4 *****ing years!!!

What GIVES, OBAMA SYCOHPANTS????

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 7:00 PM

Tell us, wienerwhynoimpact, Nadal Hasan, the Muslim shooter in the Foot Hood Massacre, has been in custody for FOUR *****ing YEARS:

How much intelligence has he given us about ANYTHING??

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 6:58 PM

Wonderlies, I know these are difficult concepts for you to grasp, but

(1) I have a 100 mbps connection to the Internet 24/7. I spend less than hour a day debunking substandard intellects like yours BECAUSE I HAVE A GRASP OF THE FACTS. I don't have to read HuffingtonDailzcuss to get my marching orders.

(2) I can type at 100 wpm, chew gum, and breath all at the same time, unlike you.

So go back to your computer and spend an hour responding to this face slap, evil America-hating witch!

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wonderwhy

Apr-20-13 5:50 PM

duwhop- Please walk away from the NR site for a few minutes. Get a good breath of fresh air. STOP your posts 20 hours a day. Think about it! You are clearly on a rampage, however, you support the clown that killed the kids in Newtown. You need to get a reality pill. This country does not need extremist like you. You are an example of Westboro being a Christian church. Get a grip dude.

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 4:34 PM

Wienerdawg is delirious as usual. These were a couple of foreign-born American citizens who had came to hate America just like the liberal bloggers here.

"University officials confirmed that Tsarnaev lived in a dorm on campus.

"Fellow students described Tsarnaev as both a “pothead” and a soccer fanatic."

No evidence whatsoever of any deep dark cover covert operations, just some Chechnyan azzwhipes who couldn't make it America. Maybe he checked into Al Jezeera and some terrorist websites like INSPIRE but no evidence of any communication with Al-Q badguys.

So here's the deal,+ barking chihuahua: $100 says you are full of chit!

This little T*rd will produce ZIP intelligence, just a couple of CLOWN BOYZ who have seen too many American Movies.

And the Hate America crowd of Imphat, Wienerdawg, Clueless, wonderlie et al will have something else to blame on Bush.

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ShempH

Apr-20-13 2:15 PM

A serious concern is the DOJ and Eric Holder.

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Apr-20-13 1:54 PM

Estimates are that it took more than a BILLION dollars in lost income, resources, and labor to apprehend ONE 19 year old boy!!

In the process, more than one million were held hostage for 24 hours and their constitutional rights were violated repeatedly!!

When 150 people on a plane are held at gun point the media calls THEM "hostages"

Yet more than one MILLION were held hostage at gun point and the media was ok with it because THESE terrorists were wearing badges!!

The liberal brain needs to be studied to find out why it fails to function rationally!!

It’s far too early to get a complete sense of the economic impact of Monday’s bombings and the subsequent manhunt, but a simple – or simplistic – calculation based on that $326 billion figure suggests that shutting down the area for a day could cost the regions’ economy about $1 billion. That doesn’t account for productivity lost nationally as workers tune into to TV news or other outlets to follow the unfolding events.

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Wheeldog

Apr-20-13 1:32 PM

Thankfully, the second brother was not killed when found hiding. The last thing anyone should want at this stage is to lose a potentially valuable source of information about how the attack was planned and carried out. The surviving suspect may give authorities invaluable information as to possible other involved individuals or groups. Even if there were no other persons involved, it is important to know that for certain. The suspect was not given a Miranda warning, because of the special circumstances of this case. Hopefully, he will be talkative and help to clear up the details of the attack.

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 1:19 PM

Noimpact, you said this was done by right wing gun supporters....WRONG.

Now you think these IDIOTS were working with anybody?

Get Real! Couple of pot smoking stupid Chechyan clown boyz.

They started to take their heritage as terrorists too seriously. No evidence these bozos were working with any group, organized or otherwise.

You want to be a perfect Zero for 3???

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impact

Apr-20-13 11:38 AM

This 19 year old may be a useful source of information that may stop other attacks and save lives. Much more important than revenge.

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dyingov

Apr-20-13 11:37 AM

expat, "giving" to both sides doubles your chance of getting "political" favors....follow the money!

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WVEXPAT

Apr-20-13 10:57 AM

Very interesting to see the support for the people of Boston at this trying time! Among the contributors is Bain Capital. Yes, that evil entity that was much decried during the last election. While looking into their donations I came across this from the Huffington Post,

"Bain Capital, the private equity firm co-founded by Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney – and portrayed by President Barack Obama’s supporters as a gang of corporate raiders – has pumped nearly $4.5 million into Democratic campaigns and causes, public records show."

Off topic, but interesting! Of course the naysayers from election season will not acknowledge this.

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dyingov

Apr-20-13 10:45 AM

The department of Homeland security with a 47 billion dollar budget....

FBI agents interviewed one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings two years ago, but found no connection with terror groups.

Agents interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011 at the request of a foreign government that suspected he might have ties to extremist groups, the FBI said Friday.

"The request stated that it was based on information that he was a follower of radical Islam and a strong believer," the FBI said, "and that he had changed drastically since 2010 as he prepared to leave the United States for travel to the country's region to join unspecified underground groups."

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WVEXPAT

Apr-20-13 10:35 AM

whgfeeling Apr-15-13 5:46 PM

"this will be a lone person who like most of you hate america. shame."

At least you got the hating America part right!

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mikeyd

Apr-20-13 10:13 AM

you got that right,wraithy.it was so cool to see the people of boston rejoicing in the streets.

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dyingov

Apr-20-13 10:10 AM

So the good people of Boston were instructed to stay home with the doors and windows locked! Talk about a good time to be packing an AK......

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justmytake

Apr-20-13 8:02 AM

I am not suggesting by my prior post that the female runners were in any way responsible for this. Just that islamic law requires them to wear burkas.

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justmytake

Apr-20-13 8:00 AM

hoopie, the media won't say the reasons these two terrorists unleashed this chaos. We all know though. Two muslim extremists waging jihad is what's it's all about. Why Boston marathon? Because of all the half naked women running in the race. I'd bet the ranch on it.

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wvhoopie

Apr-20-13 7:46 AM

what a fantastic job by our public servants to protect the public. Quick, accurate, no flairs, just got the job done. With the second suspect caught alive, we can now find out who, what when where and why? The victims and their families in Boston are owed those answers.

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daWraith

Apr-20-13 7:08 AM

I am CERTAINLY glad he was captured, but frankly I was hoping he would be taken DEAD like his brother.

"Closure" would be much quicker. Now we have to see his smug face for the next year and read about his screwed-up ideas and background.

And we will spend millions on a trial while victims will have to relive that portion of their lives over and over.

Would have be preferably that he was DEAD and gone.

I'm sure scumbag lawyers will be lining up to fleece the taxpayers for tens of million$$$ for his defense and clearly he is GUILTY as surely as the sun rises in the East.

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