Federal prosecutors have told a judge they have no evidence that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev knew about his brother’s alleged role in a triple slaying in Waltham two years before the bombings.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to a 30-count federal indictment. Tsarnaev’s lawyers say many of the charges are redundant and could sway jurors.
A finish line medical tent nurse who helped treat Krystle Campbell, one of the Boston Marathon bombing fatalities, recalls that experience and the personal connection he felt to her.
Gov. Deval Patrick emphasized community in his remarks on the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Many Boston Marathon bombing victims weren’t physically injured in the attack, but they do have psychological wounds that linger a year later. Each week, some of them meet in a support group at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Hundreds of people have taken advantage of a range of programs offered – free of charge – at Boston-area hospitals for those affected by last year’s bombings.
Federal prosecutors say they won’t try to prove bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev shot MBTA Officer Richard Donohue, but say he’s still responsible for the officer’s injuries.
Federal prosecutors are requesting that defense attorneys for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev notify them in writing by next month if they plan to introduce any evidence that Tsarnaev had a mental illness.
A review of how the government’s intelligence agencies handled information they had before the Boston Marathon bombings last year concluded that it was impossible to know whether anything could have been done differently to prevent the attack.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts is suing the FBI and the state’s U.S. Attorney to obtain information about the operations of the state’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.
The painting, which will hang in the hospital’s Charlestown facility, depicts a runner with the number 617 crossing the finish line of the Boston Marathon. He has a prosthetic leg, on it reads the words “Boston Strong.”