Boston Marathon Bombing: A Week of Terror

A look back at the horror of Monday?s bombing and the conclusion of the dramatic manhunt.
2:11 | 04/20/13

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You know what -- -- this has -- that they get all of this all of this unfolded in just. Five days patients seem to drag on the fly -- -- the same time from the shock of the bombings last Monday through that intense manhunt which ended. Just last night. A week that ended so dramatic began in. And then all of a sudden there was a big loud noise and -- -- -- -- the government broad -- ten seconds later. -- -- -- -- -- -- As the smoke cleared the world caught a glimpse of the devastation. And why did -- change we'll have. And I'm happy and help them. The heroes -- through the chaos moments like these. Terrible as they don't show our weakness -- show -- strength and the country determined and make no mistake. We will get to the bottom of this -- the FBI asks for the public's no no no clue was too small and. There have to be hundreds if not thousands. -- photographs or videos and then I'll bring video from a rooftop camera and clearly showing that two suspects but still unidentified. We are releasing photos of these two suspects 26 year old MIT police officer Sean collier shot dead in his patrol car. His name added to the tragic list of victims this week. Which also include 29 year old crystal Campbell. Eight year old Martin Richard and 23 year old Lindsey -- law enforcement engaged in a firefight. In which the 26 year old suspect Cumberland -- idea -- who was shot. He later died of his injuries finally last night the second suspect still at large nineteen year old Joseph -- are now you have captured. -- And as one resident told the Boston Globe the sense of siege has now been lifted this afternoon in the Boston Red Sox who play baseball and after the game was. Canceled last night that is bound to be very emotional occasion and fabled Fenway Park I think -- fair to say everybody's going to be a Red Sox fan even. Today defense today brilliant well hold you to that. Have a debate here.

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