State officials and federal law enforcement agents on Tuesday held a press conference to update the nation on Monday’s tragic marathon bombings.
UPDATE: Confirmed. Police have video of suspect planting bombs.
A person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was still going on said the explosives were put in 6-liter kitchen pressure cookers, hidden in black duffel bags and left on the ground. They were packed with shrapnel, the person said.
The source said police pulled over a suspicious driver who drove past the State Police barracks a number of times after the bombings. The driver reportedly was displaying a “nervous demeanor.”
I think we do because I think privacy involves being in a private location. Being out in the street is not an expectation of privacy. Anyone can look at you, can see you, can watch what you’re doing. A camera just makes it more sophisticated, but it’s no different from your neighbor looking out the window at you or a police officer looking at you walking down the street.
No word yet on how many children the Blobfish knocked over while he was running to the cameras to make his cheap political point while standing on the graves of the dead.
Instead he returned to his house in Dorchester, Massachusetts looking like ‘the walking dead’ as he struggled to come to terms with the loss of his eight-year-old son, Martin, and the horrific injuries suffered by his wife, Denise, and six-year-old daughter, Jane.
Doctors confused another victim, Krystle Campbell, 29, with her friend, so for hours her parents believed she was alive and undergoing surgery. Only when they went to visit her in hospital, did they realize the patient was not their daughter.