Mass. State Police: "We're Exhausted, Folks, But We Have a Victory"
In a press conference Friday night after the apprehension of "suspect 2," Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Mass. State Police Superintendent Col. Timothy Alben, Gov. Deval Patrick and others addressed the public, thanking law enforcement and the citizens of Boston for "heroic actions."
"We’re so grateful to bring justice and a closure to this case," Alben said. On behalf of all of the victims and those injured in the marathon bombing, Alben said, "I want to thank all of the partners who worked tirelessly over the last four days ... We’re exhausted, folks, but we have a victory tonight."
Gov. Deval Patrick also referred to the victims, saying that he wanted to express his gratitude to all of the law enforcement. "I want to say how grateful I am to the colonel, and all of law enforcement who worked so well and so hard together - together - to bring us to tonight’s conclusion."
Patrick did affirm there are "still some questions remaining to be answered," but because of all of those who "brought their A-game, we have a suspect in custody tonight."