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    Boston Bombing Suspect Showed Extremism at Local Mosquei
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    April 23, 2013 11:35 AM
    Two ethnic Chechen brothers, suspected of the double bombings at the Boston marathon, attended a mosque in Cambridge Massachusetts. The bombs killed three and injured more than 170. The older brother, now deceased, is accused of being argumentative about his religion, critical of those who weren’t conservative Muslims. VOA Carolyn Presutti is back from Boston and has this report.

    Boston Bombing Suspect Showed Extremism at Local Mosque

    Published April 23, 2013

    Two ethnic Chechen brothers, suspected of the double bombings at the Boston marathon, attended a mosque in Cambridge Massachusetts. The bombs killed three and injured more than 170. The older brother, now deceased, is accused of being argumentative about his religion, critical of those who weren’t conservative Muslims. VOA Carolyn Presutti is back from Boston and has this report.


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