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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The FBI confirms that only two bombs exploded in the bombing of Boston

FBI agents recorded on Tuesday at dawn a flat in Revere, a suburb eight miles from downtown Boston, in search of clues of the terrorist who placed the bomb in the marathon, as confirmed by the Massachusetts State Police. At a press conference, Richard DesLauriers, FBI chief in Boston, said that "the investigation is very active" , but there is currently no "threat" new. The most reliable track authorities have followed so far leads them to the outskirts of the city, home of a Saudi student. The officers entered the luxury apartment complex in the number 364 Ocean Avenue, which is located on the seashore. As he told the suspect's flat mate to 'Boston Globe', the Saudi is 20, was born in Medina, studying English in Boston , is a devout Muslim and football fan. The roommate says he does not believe that the young "can do something." The agents have interrogated from Monday to several people but have not stopped and have not given any details on possible terrorists. Boston police insisted Tuesday that marathoners and need help from witnesses who have photos and video of the race. "It's the most complicated crime scene in the history of our department," said Davis in a press conference with politicians and security agents. DesLauriers, FBI, promised that his agency "will go to the end of the world" to find the culprits. For this reason, today announced it will investigate "global" attacks. The city has awakened Tuesday between uncertainty and horror of the details of the slaughter in the race. Colleges and universities have opened their doors. But it has suspended the Celtics game, the local basketball team, and the police have closed 12 blocks around the place where the explosion occurred. The city is taken by the security forces and police dogs sniff the bags of travelers at train and subway stations. The Bostonians still trying to get used to the idea that their city has been attacked. Boston remained on alert. A U.S. Airways plane that landed at the airport in Boston about ten o'clock (four p.m. in the Peninsula) was surrounded and evacuated by police. It came from Philadelphia and there are no explanation of the possible threat. Half an hour later, La Guardia Airport in New York, was evacuated. Antiterrorist units inspected the area.Since Monday, there have been dozens of false alarms across the city. The bombs that were hidden in pressure cookers, as reported Tuesday the U.S. television network CNN citing investigative sources. pressure cookers turn once were hidden in black backpacksThe two bombs exploded ten minutes before three in the afternoon with 12 seconds of each other a few meters of the target and killed three people, including a child of eight years and Irish working class neighborhood of Dorchester. The child was identified as Martin Richard.The small was to embrace his father , who ran in the race and reached the finish line, when the bomb exploded. His mother and sister were seriously injured and are hospitalized in critical condition. 

A quiet holiday

Another dead is Krystle M. Campbell, 29 years old. It remains to know the identity of one of the victims, but stories have already emerged as Liz Norden, a mother of Wakefield neighborhood whose two children suffered amputation of a leg below the knee. "I never thought something like this in the Boston Marathon. Maybe, in a game of football or basketball. Marathon But not because it's a quiet holiday. 's an event so peaceful and so pure ... " said Tuesday at Brian, a neighbor who suffered no explosions but was shocked by the impact of the attack on their city. Up to 176 people were admitted to hospitals in Boston and 17 suffered serious injuries , according to the latest police figures. The FBI is now investigating the origin of the bombs, which were only two. The officers confirmed Tuesday that the multitude of suspicious packages found were false alarms . Sources consulted by CNN say that caused the explosions of homemade bombs placed in garbage cans and seasoned with shrapnel to increase their lethality. But at a press conference, officials declined to comment on these details. "Just a kilo of explosive craft could have a similar effect," said the Daily News' expert Jimmie Oxley, who collaborated with the police during the first attack on the Twin Towers in 1993. Oxley reminded that it is possible to achieve a similar effect by just $ 100 instructions available on YouTube. The attack on the Boston Marathon is the first attack on a U.S. city from the 11-S. In these 11 years and seven months, there have been several aborted attempts by the security forces. The closest thing to an attack was the shooting at a barracks in November 2009, when Nidal Hasan, the U.S. Army commander and psychiatrist of Palestinian descent and ideas extremist, shot and killed 13 colleagues at the military base of Fort Hood (Texas ). The Congress is trying to classify the attack as an "attack", but the administration says would hurt the case against Hasan. The explosion occurred Monday when it just turned four hour race and thousands of athletes walked the last few meters before the finish. The first blast occurred in front of a lens in the corner of Boylston and Exeter streets. Twelve seconds later, another bomb exploded at the corner of Fairfield Street, in front of a Statbucks and a few meters away from the finish line. The double explosion surprised many runners about to cross the finish line and celebrating who had successfully completed their first marathon.

Half a million people

The Boston Marathon is the oldest in the United States and this year celebrated its 117th edition. Enrolled in the trial were 91 Spanish, including Alfonso de Borb√≥n, pretender to the French throne and son of Carmen Martinez Bordiu. Among the Spanish also was Santiago Sanz, who won among those who ran in a wheelchair and that during the attack was "in the hotel where he was to hold the awards ceremony," explained after few minutes after the double explosion. Hundreds of police stopped the race and runners evacuated and those who witnessed the last mile of the marathon . A mile organizers had dedicated to the victims of the slaughter of Newtown. Relatives of the murdered children were sitting in the stands next to the finish line and were again witness the horror. Those who know the capital of Massachusetts remind the marathon usually gather in the streets to half a million people. Among other things itis celebrated called Patriot Day , which commemorates the first battles of the Revolutionary War. Amid the confusion and fear of chain attacks, the airport and the city's airspace remained closed for most of the afternoon. The police recommended to avoid the crowds until the situation was "controlled"The authorities released on Monday two phone numbers . The first (+16176354500) is available to those who have not yet managed to find their relatives. The second (+18002255324) should call who can provide any clues to the author of the slaughter.


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