Three new suspects have been arrested in connection the Boston Marathon bombings. They are expected to be charged with at least obstruction of justice and possibly lying to investigators, Megyn Kelly reported.
Tonight on Hannity, host Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter discussed whether the Boston bombings should impact America’s immigration policy. Hannity questioned what “we, as a country can do to prevent these types of individuals from entering the United States in the first place.”
During a heated debate on the Boston bombing suspects, Sean Hannity asked his guests Joe Trippi and Billy Cunningham about President Obama's refusal to label the terrorists as radical Islamic jihadists. “Why is this president so pathetically weak that he can’t acknowledge a simple truth?"
Investigators say the Boston bombing suspect read jihadist websites and extremist propaganda. Bob Beckel said on Monday’s The Five, “I think we really have to consider that given the fact so many people hate us that we’re going to have to cut off Muslim students from coming to this country for some period of time.”
After federal authorities filed a criminal complaint in civilian court against Boston bombing suspect, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, Shepard Smith discussed the developments with Judge Andrew Napolitano on Studio B.
The 19-year-old Tsarnaev was charged with using a weapon of mass destruction in the attack last Monday that killed three and injured more than 200. One point that Napolitano was asked was why authorities did not read Tsarnaev his Miranda rights during his arrest Friday night. The FBI claimed a public safety exception, which can be used if police believe there is an urgent danger and there is no time to read a suspect his rights.
Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the Boston bombing suspects, said his nephews were brainwashed by religious extremists.
In this video, a crowd in downtown Boston began singing the national anthem after the second bombing suspect was taken into custody.
Video from NJ.com shows the sister of the bombing suspects, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, extremely reluctant to talk to reporters during the manhunt underway to find the younger of the two siblings.
Boston Police confirm the second suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is in custody.
As reported by Sheperd Smith, an unnamed foreign government contacted the FBI two years ago in regards to Tamerlan Tsarnaev over concerns about his possible extremist ties.
MIT has identified the police officer killed in the line of duty on Thursday evening as Patrol Officer Sean A. Collier, 26, of Somerville, Mass.
An acquaintance of the Boston bombing suspect currently on the run, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, described her former classmate. Deanna Beaulieu told a reporter that Tsarnzev was "very quiet."