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Reason for Boston bombing remains unclear

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In spite of the arrested Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, the reason for the bombing still remains a mystery to everyone in Boston. Authorities charged him of mass and invidious destruction of properties resulting to the death of three. He could also be punished into death penalty if imprisoned. During the hearing, despite his gunshot wound in his throat he still administered to say the word “no” when he was asked if he could produce payment for a lawyer.

Other than that, he only nodded in response to the questions asked by Judge Marianne Bowler from the hospital in Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In the end of May the hearing in the case will be scheduled. In connection with the incident, police officials are about to face the investigation in the Senate Intelligence Committee about how the FBI mishandled the information on the suspects elder brother Tamerlan.

Last 2011, he was interviewed by the Russian government’s request according to the issues that he had been involved in rebellious acts in radical Islam. But then, no other actions have been made. Tamerlan, who is one of the suspects in the bombing, with his brother was killed during their encounters with the police last Friday. A week after the incident, Boston perceive a moment of silence for the victims of the tragedy at 14:50 in local time last Monday.Two explosives with a lag of 12 seconds before the second exploded killed three and wounded at least 200 individuals.

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