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April 15, 2013

Report: Authorities ID suspect as Saudi national in marathon bombings, under guard at Boston hospital (Updated)

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According to the NY Post, investigators have a suspect -- a Saudi Arabian national -- in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings. Law enforcement sources said the 20-year-old suspect was under guard at an undisclosed Boston hospital.

To be a bit more accurate, it is not yet determined (more accurately - unconfirmed), for certain, that he is a 'suspect' or a 'victim.'

However, the police are treating him as a suspect (don't tell CNN and Wolf Blitzer, they already pinned this on Right-wingers, while the NYTs is blaming the GOP), and according to the Post, 12 are dead, and at least 50 more injured ... Massachusetts General Hospital was treating 10 people with amputated limbs and all operating rooms were on hold. (Update - Fox and CNN are reporting 3 people dead, not 12)

Here's video of the explosions as they happened:

NRO has running updates:

Live video from the scene is available at the link, and a more gruesome video of the blast itself is available here, which shows at least one runner falling over before he reaches the finish line.
Update 2: Two more bombs found in Boston, being dismantled -- 5 total:

Via the AP (via Dan Riehl), based on Tweets, the number of devices is now five with one controlled explosion and the two that went off initially.

A senior U.S. intelligence official says two more explosive devices have been found near the scene of the Boston marathon where two bombs detonated earlier.

The official said the new devices were being dismantled.

Update 3: CBS: Saudi man in custody was tackled by bystanders at Boston Marathon

Posted by Hyscience at April 15, 2013 5:11 PM



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