Why isn't there anyone honest enough to say,
This was an awful, vicious act and we're hurting, and a lot of families are going through unimaginable grief - but we've done the same, no, we've done much much worse to others for reasons that are horrible to even begin to contemplate. There are people right now who, at our hands, suffer a Boston almost every day.
It wouldn't in any any any any way diminish the tragedy that was Boston, or New for that matter.
We have NOT done the same. The innocent victims and their families have NOT done the same.
Joe(what an odd turn you've pressed into this thread.)Nation
And even if "we" had, why would we feel compelled to say so?
Teen: I Am Not the Boston Marathon Bomber
The teenage boy authorities once investigated as possibly being connected to the Boston Marathon bombing told ABC News today he was shocked to see his face pop up on television and all over social media.
Salah Barhoun, 17, said he went to the police yesterday to clear his name after he found himself tagged in pictures online. He had just gone to watch the race, he said, but soon after the explosions, he was singled out by internet sleuths as looking suspicious. Federal authorities passed around images of Barhoun, attempting to learn more information about him, sources told ABC News.
Today The New York Post ran a story featuring a picture of Barhoun and another man circled in red, but said it was unclear if they were the same as two potential suspects spotted by law enforcement Wednesday.
When he saw the front page story, with the headline "Bag Men," Barhoun said, "It's the worst feeling that I can possibly feel… I'm only 17."
ABC News producers found Barhoun through social media and spoke to him today at his home.
Interesting choice of a get-away vehicle.
I may have misread, I thought the boat was in the yard of some friends , two guys and a girl taken into custody earlier?
I may have misread, I thought the boat was in the yard of some friends ,
two guys and a girl taken into custody earlier?