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Parents of Boston Bombing Suspects Regret Coming to USi
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June 06, 2013 10:22 PM
The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, who was shot and injured by police during the ensuing manhunt, has recovered to the point that he is able to walk and talk and be in contact with his mother in Dagestan. VOA’s Brian Padden interviewed a reporter who knows the Tsarnaev family and recently visited with the parents.

Parents of Boston Bombing Suspects Regret Coming to US

Published June 06, 2013

The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, who was shot and injured by police during the ensuing manhunt, has recovered to the point that he is able to walk and talk and be in contact with his mother in Dagestan. VOA’s Brian Padden interviewed a reporter who knows the Tsarnaev family and recently visited with the parents.


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