Muslim Leaders Sought to Negotiate Accused Bomber's Peaceful Surrender

In the middle of Friday night's tense standoff between federal agents and accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, leaders of the local mosque where the brothers had worshipped reached out to the FBI with an offer to try and negotiate his peaceful surrender. "We said to the FBI, listen if you want someone to negotiate with the younger brother..." Yusufi Vali, the spokesperson for the Islamic Society of Boston in Cambridge, Mass., told ABC News. "We said we are willing to send in...Full Story
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