The 26-year-old Chinese man who was carjacked by the Boston bombing suspects is revealing the terrifying details his ordeal.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick initially refused to release any record about what sort of public assistance the Boston Marathon suspects were receiving given laws surrounding privacy rights. He’s changed his position slightly, saying that anything that can be released will be.
News recently broke that the Tsarnaev brothers, suspected of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing, were on their way to New York City to set off more bombs in Times Square. The two decided upon Times Square as their next target spontaneously. Both brothers had apparently visited Times Square last year. In the photo above, Dzhokhar posed for a photo with friends.
The parents of Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev held a dramatic press conference in Russia today. When asked if they now accept that their sons carried out the bombings, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva said pointedly, “No, I don’t and I won’t. Never.”
At a press conference Friday afternoon, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg confirmed that the surviving attacker believed to be responsible for last week's Boston bombings revealed that NYC was next on their list of targets.
Rep. Peter King told Megyn Kelly on America Live on Thursday that police believe the two men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing were also planning to detonate devices in New York City's Times Square.
Megyn Kelly reported exclusively this morning that, according to FBI sources, the mother of the Boston bombing suspects knew over two years ago that her son Tamerlan had been radicalized and that she sent text messages to a family member in Russia suggesting that her son had changed and was now willing to die for Islam.
Details on the arrest of Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev continue to leak from the Obama administration. The latest report, from Megyn Kelly, is that federal judge Marianne Bowler interrupted an FBI interview with the 19-year-old at a hospital, reading him his Miranda rights and perhaps costing them valuable intelligence. The Justice Department had invoked the "public safety exception," giving authorities 48 hours before having to read Miranda rights to Tsarnaev.
Developments continue to pour in on the Boston bombing suspects, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The latest report is that a judge and attorney interrupted an FBI interview with Dzhokhar at a hospital, reading him his Miranda rights and perhaps costing them valuable intelligence.
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly addressed the lone wolf theory being touted by some left-wing media in the Boston bombing investigation.
The man who says he was carjacked by the Tsarnaev brothers Thursday is speaking out.