Bombing suspect in custody in Watertown, police believe


 

It’s Over, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Shot Dead (Confirmed)

Friday, April 19, 2013 16:19

Before It's News

My ‘good looking’ source has confirmed that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is dead.

 

 

 

Suspect is in the boat, not moving, according to an official with knowledge of the investigation.

 

 

 

NBC is saying that the suspect is still alive…  that a police/news chopper? can see him moving in the boat.    
A Globe source says the person in the boat is not moving.  

 

 

 

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found at a boat in the someones backyard in watertown and an exchange of gunfire occured.  A couple dozen rounds were fired and 3 ambulances are on the scene.  According to the scanner, The 2nd suspect in the boston marathon, Dzhokar Tsaraev is dead.   More will follow as information is released.  Confirmation is pending a check for bombs.. -Mort

 

 

 

Residents on Franklin Street hear gunshots. Police surround boat in backyard covered by tarp. Suspect may be in boat.
 

 

Boston Shootout: Boston Police and FBI release two different sets of names

 

Friday, April 19, 2013 9:30
 

(Before It's News)

UPDATED: 3:30AM PST

21st Century Wire

21st Century Wire reporters been online live contributing to a special overnight broadcast of the The Pete Santilli Show (listen live now) tracking the story of the Boston Bomber shootout. 

The FBI released photos of these two suspects in the afternoon on April 18th, 2013:

Suspect in white hat was originally meant to be that of student Sunil Tripathi, but this was soon changed. But according to Sunil’s family as confirmed by the Pete Santilli Show live on air, the FBI picture above is NOT that of Sunil Tipathi.

Below is a Facebook picture of Sunil:

 

Also, here is the suspect still image that was said to matched Sunil’s likeness:

However, the Boston Police shootout today in Watertown, MA, shows a major contradiction between what was announced on Boston Police scanners late on April 18th, and what is being released to the national media via AP and other from the FBI press office…

SEE ALSO: Boston Bombing investigation will mirror the Oklahoma City Bombing cover-up

What we know so far…

Two names were announced as suspects who police were in pursuit of, and their names wereMike Mulugeta – who was reported as shot dead, and missing student Sunil Tripathi and were reported to be at large. From the Twitter live feed confirming this did indeed happen today:

Kevin Michael TV ‏@KallMeKG 4h
“BPD scanner has identified the names : Suspect 1: Mike Mulugeta Suspect 2: Sunil Tripathi. #Boston #MIT “

This was also confirmed by CBS local: 

“Boston police on Friday revealed the names of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, one of whom is an Indian origin person, Sunil Tripathi, reported CBS-affiliated television station WFSB.”

Santilli confronts the FBI live on air

When confronted with this evidence, the FBI person who answered the phone said live on air to radio host Pete Santilli that these were ‘unsubstantiated facts’, and appeared to get very upset at Santilli.

Suspect number 1, Mike Mulugeta, alleged by some to be a ‘dark-skinned’ male, was reported to have been shot dead by Boston Police.

Photo released of Sunil was initially verified by Sunil’s girlfriend. Interestingly, original suspect number 2, Sunil Tripathi was reported missing and appeared on an official FBI list from March 16th, which coincidentally following a series of bomb explosions between Providence, RI and Boston which took place on March 12th. Any relation between Sunil’s disappearance and the explosions are purely speculative thus far. 

At 11pm on April 18th, an SUV was carjacked by alleged suspects after an MIT campus policeman was shot, at which time Sunil Tripathi’s Facebook page was immediately taken down. 

The US military have intercepted, or taken over communications over the Boston police scanners early today – in what they are heard to have referred to as “Operation Tango 911“. 

The FBI then changed the names to the Tsarnaev Brothers:

Capture-Sunil

The FBI are denying these original suspect names existed, and instead are putting out the names of suspects are being of “Chechen origin” named as a surviving Boston Bombing suspect identified as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, a former student from Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School in Cambridge, Mass – and his 26 year old “brother” Tamerlan Tsarnaev - both were at large, and one has been reported as shot dead first this afternoon, with the younger brother fleeing. Media reports have since revised reports to claim that  older brother Tamerlan was actually run over by the younger brother in an SUV carjacking incident, and has since died as a result of injuries sustained.

See original post from AP:

 

AP link here.

As we speak, Boston police are chasing down the live suspects, based on the shell game we’ve outlined above. 

Because of the inconsistencies surrounding the events of the last 72 hours, skeptics will rightly point out that the Tsarnaev brothers have most likely been set-up to take the blame for what is clearly a professional and highly sophisticated bombing operation that took place on Monday in Boston.

Sadly, we do not expect they will be taken alive….


**And, as we now know, they were NOT taken alive and dead men tell no tales.



 

Family of Boston Bombing Suspects Claim Both Being Set Up by US Intelligence, FBI Knew Suspects

Daniel Jackson
The Daily Sheeple
April 19th, 2013

Terrorist Brothers Boston

The father of the two suspects now being blamed for the Boston Marathon Bombing has told both the Associated Press and the Russia news outlet Interfax that his sons have been set up by US Intelligence.

“My son is a true angel,” the elder Tsarnaev told the Associated Press. ”We expected him to come here on holidays.”

“They were set up, they were set up!” he exclaimed. “I saw it on television; they killed my older son Tamerlan.”

A report from Interfax also carried a quote from the father, who strongly believes that his sons have been set up.

“I learned about the incident from TV. My opinion is: the special services have framed my children, because they are practicing Muslims. Why did they kill Tamerlan? He was supposed to be caught alive.

The younger is on the run now. He was a sophomore at a medical school in the U.S. We expected him to come home for vacation. Now I don’t know what’s going to happen. Tell you once again: I believe special services have framed my children.”

The father is not the only family member who has publicly proclaimed that the suspects have been set up, with both the aunt and mother also questioning the narrative put out by the FBI.

In a sharply worded interview with RT, the suspects mother doubted the official story.

“I am 100% sure this is a set up… I know that neither of them have ever talked about what they(the FBI) are claiming…. nobody ever talked about terrorism.”

“He never told me he would be on the side of Jihad, my son would never do this.”

The mother then went on the reveal that the FBI had already tracked her son for the last five years and that they were fully aware of who he was. This claim, if true, would add credence to the possibility that these suspects are being set up to cover up the identity of the real suspects.

In the interview the mother claims that the FBI was actually controlling the suspects.

“He was counseled by the FBI for like 5 years, they knew what action my son was doing, what sites he was on…. They used to tell me they were counseling him, that he was a serious leader and that they were counselling him.”

Although it is possible that the mother is either lying or naive to her sons actual actions, her claims of FBI involvement are familiar when you consider that the FBI has a long history of leading terrorists and that other suspects have already been identified yet ignored.

Military Contractors at Scene of Bombing

Before the release of the above noted suspects photos and subsequent manhunt, many alternative news outlets released photos of before and after the bombing that showed up to 6 different extremely suspicious individuals wearing what has been described as military gear and photographed near the bombs left for detonation.

These suspects have never been spoken about by the FBI or the corporate controlled media. Both have instead focused on the Chechen suspects and actually told the public to ignore all other photos circulating throughout the internet as they are not credible.

A recent report by independent journalist Tony Cartalucci documented the photos and demanded answers as to who the contractors actually are and what their involvement in the horrific bombings might be.

What appear to be private contractors, wearing unmarked, matching uniforms and operating an unmarked SUV affixed with communication equipment near the finish line of the Boston Marathon shortly after the bomb blasts – can be seen beforehand, standing and waiting just meters away from where the first bomb was detonated.

The contractor-types had moved away from the bomb’s location before it detonated, and could be seen just across the street using communication equipment and waiting for similar dressed and equipped individuals to show up after the blasts.

The photos clearly show the need for a large scale investigation into who these men are. They also bring the Chechen suspects into question as possible patsies for a larger operation.

You can view the photos here.

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Bombing Found Alive In Boat In Backyard, Police Engaging Suspect, The End Is Near, Marathon Bombing Round Up

Thursday, April 18, 2013 14:35
 

(Before It's News)

Boston Marathon suspected bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaez  is likely cornered.   According to a report on CNN police have Tsarnaez in their sights and are firing gas to try to force him out of a building in Watertown.  He was able to escape from a shootout with police last night in which more than 200 shots were fired and bombs were thrown.    Police have engaged the suspect.  30 to 40 shots have been fired.  SWAT, Bomb Squad and additional surveillance units are arrving on the scene.   Law enforcement is concerned there are more explosives on the scene.

Boston mayor tells WBZ a man, believed to be suspect, surrounded by police in a boat sitting in a residential backyard Boston Police Scanner: “He is laying prone, head towards the stern, middle of the boat. “We have movement again, his legs are moving”  Police have fired gas and dummy rounds into a boat that they believe the suspect may be holed up in.   Police are tyring to take the suspect alive. 

 

Tsarnaev is thought to still be alive, based on a Boston Globe report from a State Police helicopter pilot. Flash bang grenades are known to have been used to disorient him. Meanwhile, a law enformcent official told NBC that the boat has a full tank of gas. 

 A Watertown resident tipped off police that Tsarnaev might be in the area when she noticed a ladder was amiss, according to NBC News.

 Multiple outlets report that police are working with caution because of the possibility that the suspect is wearing a suicide vest and that the boat could contain full fuel tanks. WFXT, Boston’s Fox affiliate, reported a robot is being sent in.

One Boston Marathon bombing suspect is dead and the other – his brother – is surrounded by officers in a Watertown yard, according to WBZ, a CBS affiliate. . Shortly after police lifted a lockdown order on the town, a thermal imaging helicopter located him in a boat. The surviving suspect has been identified as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, whose last known address was Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Sources tell NewsCenter 5 Kathy Curran that the 19-year-old was found in a boat in the backyard of a Franklin Street home and that he appeared to still be alive.   

In their search for the wanted Boston Marathon bombing suspect, police recovered a disturbing amount of explosives in Watertown Friday and offered the belief that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was still in Massachusetts.  See more from WCVBTV. 

WBZ-Boston says that law enforcement is in the process of evacuating civilians from the area around the standoff in Watertown. Reporter Jim Armstrong reports seeing police running from the scene with small children – apparently unharmed – in their arms.  

                                                                         Dzhokar Tsarnaez, 19, fugitive.   

Suspect 2

Boston Police say Watertown residents should shelter in place.   

The Boston Police Department tweeted that there are “police operations” on Franklin Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. CNN crew at the scene heard gunshots and saw several law enforcement vehicles race toward the scene.

CNN is reporting that police have Boston Marathon suspected bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaez cornered. According to a report on CNN police have Tsarnaez in their sights and are firing gas to try to force him out of a building in Watertown. He was able to escape from a shootout with police last night in which more than 200 shots were fired and bombs were thrown.

Boston Police say Watertown residents should shelter in place. 
 
The Boston Police Department tweeted that there are “police operations” on Franklin Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. CNN crew at the scene heard gunshots and saw several law enforcement vehicles race toward the scene.
 
CNN is reporting that police have Boston Marathon suspected bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaez cornered.   According to a report on CNN police have Tsarnaez in their sights and are firing gas to try to force him out of a building in Watertown.  He was able to escape from a shootout with police last night in which more than 200 shots were fired and bombs were thrown.  

The stay in doors request has been lifted. Additional police patrols will be on the streets in the Watertown area through Monday.

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis confirmed at a press conference at the Arsenal Mall that the black cap suspect is dead. He was Tamerlain Tsarnaev, age 26,  The dead suspect was run over by his own brother, 19 year old Dzhokar Tsarnaez who is still at large.  Tamerlain Tsarnaev had an improvised explosive device strapped to his chest.  He may have also suffered gunshot wounds and had burns on his body possibly from the Marathon bombing.  Tamerlain’s I.E.D. did not explode    He was wounded and taken to an area hosptial where he was pronounced dead.  The driver of black SUV vehicle that was hijacked by the bombing suspects told police they confessed to being the marathon bombers. Dzhokar  was able to escape on foot after a shootout with police.   The brothers threw pipe bombs and grenades at police from a stolen SUV.  

Dzhokar was able to become a U.S. citizen in 2012 while his older brother only had a green card.  He came to the U.S. when he was 8 years old. 

Investigators are reporting that they have found a large amount of homemade explosives in conneciton with the Tsarnaev,brothers.   

Anzor Tsarnaev. the father of Tamerlain and Dzhokar  Tsarnaev. claims his sons have been framed. He believes his sons had nothing to do with the bombing in Boston.   The uncle of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects urged one of his nephews to turn himself in Friday, saying he had brought shame to the family and the entire Chechnyan ethnicity, according to WCVB TV 

Boston bombings suspects are 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who remains at large. His brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnayev, was killed after a police car chase. Their family originates from Russia’s North Caucasus – but settled in the United States more than a decade ago. RT talks to the mother of the two suspects Zubeidat Tsarnaeva

The suspects’ mother, Zubeidat K. Tsarnaeva, was arrested June 13 and charged with larceny over $250 and two counts of malicious/wanton damage/defacement to property.

The suspects' mother, Zubeidat K. Tsarnaeva, was arrested June 13 and charged with larceny over $250 and two counts of malicious/wanton damage/defacement to property. Credit: Natick PoliceCredit: Natick Police

Controlled explosions  took placeduring afternoon in Boston as bomb experts sought to disposed of some the the unexploded bombs and explosive amterial.  

The FBI has said the questioned Tamerlain Tsarnaev, the older brother, several years ago on behalf of a foreign government.  His mother said the FBI followed him for years.   CBS News reports that the FBI “admitted Friday they interviewed the now-deceased Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev two years ago and failed to find any incriminating information about him.”

Gunfire, explosions have been heard as the manhunt for the killer of an MIT police officer continues in Watertown. The situation remains tense, with the local residents warned to stay indoors, and a very active presence of police at the scene.

State Police officially confirm the Boston bombings and the killing of the MIT officer may be connected, Reuters reported.

Alleged operating room photo of  deceased 26 year old Tamerlain Tsarnaev

Credit: GetBig

Credit: GetBig

The Boston Police Department is asking everyone to stop posting information from their scanners on Facebook and Twitter. Many journalists are also using information from police scanners for their updates. They do not want the second bomber to know the details of their roadblocks and manhunt.

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick thanked residents of the greater Boston area for their cooperation regarding the area’s “stay indoors” policy. Patrick stressed that the lockdown will remain in affect for the time being. “Keep the doors locked, do not open the door unless there is a uniformed, identified law enforcement officer requesting to come inside,” he said.

According to one wag on Twitter this actually happened: The Boston Police Department locked down an entire city then requested the Donut shops remain open

Pete Williams of NBC reported that police may be looking for “two accomplices,” along with 19 year-old Dzhokhar  Tsarnaev.  

Fox News’s Bret Baier reported earlier that capturing the suspect alive is of the highest priority.  

Numerous media sources reported earllier Friday  the manhunt was centered on a single Watertown home where police thought they had the 19 year-old terror suspect,Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, surrounded.  

Suspect #2, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, seen below in a photo taken at a convience story before the shootout.   This suspect is at large following a shootout with police.  Boston police have warned  that surviving suspect may have “an explosive object on his person”. Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says, ” We believe this to be a terrorist. We believe this to be a man who’s come here to kill people.”  Police are now going door by door, street by street, in and around Watertown. Police will be clearly identified. It is a fluid situation.

Latest image of Suspect #2 at large

Suspect #2

Suspect #1 is reported dead from gunshot wound received during a shooutout with police.  He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced deceased. 
 

Live scanner traffic here:  http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/mid/13/?rl=rr

The Overnight Shootout

As many as nine thousand police and law enforcement officers  searched for suspect #2, now known to be Dzhokar Tsarnaez, who is regarded as armed and dangerous and may be carrying explosives.     Police were seeking MA Plate: 316-ES9, a ’1999 Honda CRV, Color – Gray and found that vehicle.  . A bomb was discovered in the Charlesgate section of Boston this morning & rendered safe by authorities

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is listed on the Cambridge city website as having received a $2,500 scholarship in 2011 that is awarded to high school seniors. A person by that name is also listed as a Cambridge Rindge & Latin wrestling All-Star in 2011, according to WCVB TV.    

 Boston bombing suspects are reported to have international ties and have been in U.S. for as long as a year.   Officials say they may have military experience, according to News4.   However an uncle of the Dzhokar said he did not think he had any type of military training.
 
 

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis also tweeted one suspect is dead, and the other — white hat from FBI’s photos — is at large.  This is the first official confirmation from law enforcement authorities that the suspects being pursued by police tonight for the MIT shootings are the Boston Marathon suspects that were revealed in Thursday’s FBI Press Conference.

Overnight Shootout With Police

 

All people who work  or live  in Watertown, Newton, Waltham, Belmont, Cambridge and Allston-Brighton were asked to stay home on Friday. The MBTA has also suspended all MBTA systems and services. All customers at MBTA stations were asked to go home Friday.   No vehicle traffic was allowed in or out of Watertown.   The MBTA has not said when service would resume, presumably when the manhunt is ended.  Classes at MIT and Harvard University, Boston College, Boston University and Emerson College were canceled for Friday. Businesse were closed Friday while the  manhunt was conducted.. Citizens were urged to stay at home and not open the door except to clearly identified police officers.  All Boston public schools were closed for the day.   Businesses in area of 480 Arsenal St in Watertown were closed through Friday. Employees were instructed to remain home.

Scanner traffic can be found here. http://audio2.radioreference.com/446184308

Massachusetts State Police and Cambridge Police are investigating a fatal shooting this evening in Cambridge, Middlesex Acting District Attorney Michael Pelgro and Cambridge Police Commissioner Robert Haas announced this evening.  Police say a terrorist is at large and is being sought.  The terrorist is identified as suspect #2   Suspect #1 may be dead following a shootout with police.  

 

Slain Officer Identified 

 A 26-year-old MIT police officer was the victim of the shooting late last night, Middlesex Acting District Attorney Michael Pelgro, Cambridge Police Commissioner Robert Haas, and MIT Police Chief John DiFava announced today.

Sean Collier, 26, of Somerville has been identified as the victim in last night’s shooting.

Collier was an MIT police officer since January 2012 and prior to that he was a civilian employee with the Somerville Police Department.

Chief DiFava described Collier as a dedicated officer who was extremely well liked by his colleagues and the MIT community.

At approximately 10:20 p.m. April 18, police received reports of shots fired on the MIT campus.  At 10:30 p.m., Collier was found shot in his vehicle in the area of Vassar and Main streets.  According to authorities, the officer was found evidencing multiple gunshot wounds.  He was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital and pronounced deceased.

Authorities launched an immediate investigation into the circumstances of the shooting. The investigation determined that two males were involved in this shooting.

A short time later, police received reports of an armed carjacking by two males in the area of Third Street in Cambridge.  The victim was carjacked at gunpoint by two males and was kept in the car with the suspects for approximately a half hour.  The victim was released at a gas station on Memorial Drive in Cambridge.  He was not injured.

Police immediately began a search for the vehicle and were in pursuit of the vehicle into Watertown.  At that time, explosive devices were reportedly thrown from car by the suspects.  The suspects and police also exchanged gunfire in the area of Dexter and Laurel streets.  During this pursuit, an MBTA Police officer was seriously injured and transported to the hospital. 

During the pursuit, one suspect was critically injured and transported to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased.  An extensive manhunt is ongoing in the Watertown area for the second suspect, who is believed to be armed and dangerous. 

The case is being investigated by local, state and federal authorities working in cooperation.  The Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad is assessing and removing any potentially explosive devices that may have been thrown on the street in Watertown by the suspects.  

The investigation remains active and ongoing.

Biographical information

Both of the suspects are brothers and have been in the U.S. at least a year as legal permanent residents, authorities tell NBC News.   The suspect on the loose is Dzhokar Tsarnaez, 19 who gained his citizenship in 2011.  NBC News’ sources say, he lived in Cambridge, Mass., and has a Massachusetts driver’s license.    The Boston bombing suspects are brothers, aged 19 and 26 and of Chechen origin, sources say.  The brothers are reported by CNN to be Islamic and the older brother is said to have attended Bunker Hill Community College. 

 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  was born in Kyrgyzstan and arrived with his family in the United States in either 2002 or 2003, authorities tell NBC News. The Tsarnaev  brothers lived in Cambridge but were not students. His brother, Tamerlain Tsarnaev, 26, was born in Russia, and became a legal permanent resident in 2007

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  

There is a page at the Russian social network VKontakte (In Contact) with the name Dzhokhar Tsarnaev living in Boston and studying at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  wrestling video


The His name is listed among the recipients of Cambridge scholarships in 2011.

The Cambridge school mentions Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as its athlete of the month for February 2011, saying that he is an athlete.

The VKontakte page studied by RT mentions a school in Makhachkala, the capital of the Republic of Dagestan, as a place Tsarnaev studied between 1999 and 2001.

According to Chase Hoffberger at the DailyDot,  “Though it doesn’t have one of those blue verified badges reserved for celebrities, public figures, and official organizations on Twitter, there are plenty of reasons to believe that the @J_tsar account belongs to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings who’s currently at large.”

According to TMZ, the older brother  was killed and suspected in the Boston bombings was deep into hip hop, and it appears he belonged to a fan website that touted that genre of music. Tamerlan Tsarnaev has an email associated with the website, “Real-hiphop.com.”

 See more details of the lives of the two brother bombers herehttp://b4in.info/r1zb 

VT.com is a social network much like Facebook.  Below is a screenshot of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s page. 

A screenshot from vk.com

Credit; RussiaToday, VT.com 

A Connecticut State Police spokesman says a 1999 Honda CRV  has been located in the Boston area. The car was registered to the older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev. 

The father of the suspected Boston Marathon bomber has called on his son to give up peacefully, but warned the US that if his son is killed “all hell will break loose,” ABC reported.

Police have found “1999 Honda CRV with Massachusetts plate: 316-ES9. Color – Gray. Посмотреть изображение в Твиттере

An  MIT campus police officer responding to a report of a disturbance in the area of Vassar and Main streets was reportedly shot. According to authorities, the officer was found evidencing multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to the hospital and pronounced deceased. 

One of the people suspected by the FBI of being behind the Boston Marathon bombings is reportedly in custody, and officials have stated possible links to the recent MIT shooting. Meanwhile, a victim of the bombings has identified a suspect to the FBI, according to RussiaToday.  http://rt.com/on-air/police-watertown-boston-marathon/

At least two young men armed with guns and explosives in what appeared to be backpacks  engaged in a violent standoff overnight with police.  One suspect is now in custody.  At approximately 4 a.m. a door to door manhunt began in the Watertown.  Residents were warned to stay in their homes and not to open their doors.   Police bomb squad members are recovering explosive devices.  The suspects threw explosives at police from a stolen vehicle.  An active search is now ongoing. 

According to a press release by the  Middlesex District Attorney, “Police are investigating a fatal shooting of MIT campus police officer by two men who then committed an armed carjacking in Cambridge, Middlesex Acting District Attorney Michael Pelgro, Cambridge Police Commissioner Robert Haas, and MIT Police Chief John DiFava announced this evening.

At approximately 10:20 p.m. April 18, police received reports of shots fired on the MIT campus. At 10:30 p.m., an MIT campus police officer was found shot in his vehicle in the area of Vassar and Main streets. According to authorities, the officer was found evidencing multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital and pronounced deceased.

Authorities launched an immediate investigation into the circumstances of the shooting. The investigation determined that two males were involved in this shooting.

A short time later, police received reports of an armed carjacking by two males in the area of Third Street in Cambridge. The victim was carjacked at gunpoint by two males and was kept in the car with the suspects for approximately a half hour. The victim was released at a gas station on Memorial Drive in Cambridge. He was not injured.

Police immediately began a search for the vehicle and were in pursuit of the vehicle into Watertown. At that time, explosive devices were reportedly thrown from car by the suspects. The suspects and police also exchanged gunfire in the area of Dexter and Laurel streets. During this pursuit, an MBTA Police officer was seriously injured and transported to the hospital. 

During the pursuit, one suspect was critically injured and transported to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased. An extensive manhunt is ongoing in the Watertown area for the second suspect, who is believed to be armed and dangerous. 

The case is being investigated by local, state and federal authorities working in cooperation. The Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad is assessing and removing any potentially explosive devices that may have been thrown on the street in Watertown by the suspects.

Some news sources are reporting that Boston police have allegedly identified Sunil Tripathi and Mike Mulugeta as the suspects in the Boston Marathon Bombing. Mike Mulugeta has been arrested after a firefight and Sunil Tripathi is currently being chased down by police on foot. One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was killed early Friday morning, while the second suspect was being sought following an attack on police officers in Watertown that involved explosives and gunfire.  

 

One suspect has been taken to hospital, WCVB Channel reported.  Police holding suspect on ground at gunpoint in Watertown.  

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Credit:  Kitty Alva @HeyKitty

Crashed cop car with all windows shot out in our driveway

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Credit; Andrew Kitzenberg @AKitz

Massachusetts State Police and Cambridge Police are investigating a fatal shooting this evening in Cambridge, Middlesex Acting District Attorney MichaelPelgro and Cambridge Police Commissioner Robert Haas announced this evening.

An MIT campus police officer responding to a report of a disturbance in the area ofVasser and Main streets was reportedly shot.  According to authorities, the officer was found evidencing multiple gunshot wounds.  He was transported to the hospital and pronounced deceased.

Authorities launched an immediate investigation into the circumstances of the shooting.

Photographs of the suspects of the Boston Marathon bombing

These are the two men the FBI is seeking in the Boston Marathon Bombing.  Do you know them?  The man in the white cap was seen leaving a bag at the site of the second explosion. 

How to Help:
• CALL: 1(800) CALL-FBI
• CALL: 1(800) 225-5234
• EMAIL: boston@ic.fbi.gov

No tip is too small or insignificant. Help us locate and identify these individuals. Any and all information is encouraged and appreciated. 

surveillance photos which were taken near the bombing sites at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.  This individual may be able to provide additional information related to the bombings, which resulted in the deaths of three victims and the injuries of more than 170 people.

The photo below with unknown suspect #1 and #2 was taken as the individuals were walking east at the intersection of Boylston and Gloucester Streets within proximity of the finish line.

Additional Photos Released in Bombings Casesurveillance photos which were taken near the bombing sites at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.

This individual may be able to provide additional information related to the bombings, which resulted in the deaths of three victims and the injuries of more than 170 people.
 
Suspect 2 Close up 
Suspect 2 Up Close  

The photo below with unknown suspect #1 and #2 was taken as the individuals were walking east at the intersection of Boylston and Gloucester Streets within proximity of the finish line.

Suspects in crowd 
Suspects Together  

 

suspect2behindwoman 
Suspect 2 Behind Lady  

 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking information about the individual shown in the above surveillance
photos which were taken near the bombing sites at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.
 
This individual may be able to provide additional information related to the bombings, which resulted in the
deaths of three victims and the injuries of more than 170 people.
The photo below with unknown suspect #1 and #2 was taken as the individuals were walking east at the intersection
of Boylston and Gloucester Streets within proximity of the finish line
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The men are regarded as armed and dangerous.  If you have visual images, video, and/or details regarding the explosions along the Boston Marathon route and elsewhere, submit them on https://bostonmarathontips.fbi.gov/. No piece of information or detail is too small. 

You can also call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324), prompt #3, with information.

Suspect 1 and Suspect 2
Suspects 1 and 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 2, Bird's-Eye Side View
Suspect 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 1, Semi-Profile View
 Suspect 1 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 1 and Suspect 2, Zoomed Out
 Suspects 1 and 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 1 and Suspect 2, Zoomed In
 Suspects 1 and 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 2, Full-Length Front View
 Suspect 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 1, Bird’s-Eye Side View
 Suspect 1 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 1, Full-Length Front View
 Suspect 1 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 2, Profile View, Circled
 Suspect 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 2 with Hand by Ear, Circled
 Suspect 2 | Higher resolution

 

Suspect 2, Full-Length Side View
 Suspect 2 | Higher resolution

 

 

These are the iamges released by the FBI