Yesterday an MIT campus officer as gunned down in his patrol car. The news was trending all over. Afterwards, a 7 eleven stop was robbed and an individual was car jacked.
The police responded to the incident thinking it to be a typical call; however, little did they know that they would be confronting the two suspects of the Boston Marathon.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev and brother Dzhokhar were finally identified and faced head on. Both were students in the Boston area and are identified on social sites as Muslim. These brothers while knowing how to smuggle bombs into a secure event, were not smart enough to prevent their faces from being photographed.
Tamerlan, 26 began to shoot at police and threw bombs at them while younger brother Dzhokhar, 19 fled on foot. Tamerlan was killed and now a manhunt for the younger brother like never seen before in the United States is taking place. Boston is in complete shut down. Officials have ordered the public to remain home and only open the doors to police officers searching for Dzhokhar. Mass transit has also been shut down.
No one has been found yet. There have been reports of a car approaching Connecticut and officials there were warned; however, nothing more has been reported on this.
The family of the brothers claim to not have known about their relative’s activities. The uncle even voiced his anger stating that they have brought shame to their family and ethnicity.
Please be careful and call the FBI Hotline 1-800-CALL-FBI if you have any information regarding Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
***UPDATE 8:50PM*** 19 year old Dzhokhar was apprehended at 67 Franklin st in Watertown, MA. He was found in a boat injured and bloody. The home owner noticed the tarp on the boat was tore and went to investigate. He found a man all bloody in the boat. Dzhokhar is alive and has gunshots to the neck and leg. (source: http://www.loscerritosnews.net/2013/04/19/67-franklin-street-in-watertown-becomes-americas-most-infamous-address/