Bombing Suspect's Past as Harvard Lifeguard

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's former boss, George MacMasters, saw no signs of violent behavior.
2:52 | 04/19/13

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Morneau got on the phone with George -- -- we have him on the phone. The Harvard staffer that -- -- John -- as a lifeguard. A while back when when and that happened. -- hired him about three years ago. But we came down from the local high school -- -- Latin with about 606. Other young men. We're just completed a lifeguard training course of -- -- work within. We worked with -- for school clothes. Almost two years but then I deployed to Afghanistan last year. So I haven't seen him and over -- returns to work in August and he was no longer work force. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And -- described described the young man you know. Well the one it came down to interview with -- was just young. -- young man. Looked athletic. Very polite. He was. Spoke are -- English he got along well with the little -- as he was -- they you know they were joking amongst each other. He seems -- likely regular neighborhood kids. This there was about him his -- and is still so Barrett for the animals. Did he knew you were deployed to Afghanistan. -- you know that I -- -- -- -- before that and you know we guess your little few questions about it but nothing. -- penetrating. And he never expressed any Islamic motivation nor. You go inside the facility reason even a -- because you know he wasn't praying during the day or anything like that. We have heard before from at least one of his classmates sitting in me. Many thought the wars were stupid but he didn't talk about that would you. Well you -- He did but he's not the only one that struck me about making these wars were stupid unfortunately. A lot of people expressed that -- view. He didn't want it you didn't ask me questions about training or anything like that -- just. You -- seem to be a nice young man showed up to work on time -- water -- along well with the other life because we have about what it worked together for anyone ships. So you know -- -- -- into all of us and you know I hope they can keep them alive and find out what his motivation was. And you know that's some closure to victims. Because you just never had any indication of any kind of motivation. At all or any sense that he was familiar. -- firearms or other weapons. No he never asked me about explosives you've never asked about weapons. He seemed like a normal Katie likes wrestling. Was one of the sports see you mentioned to me. But out of America. No indication whatsoever. You know my gut feeling is that some hours his brother was more alienated and he may have led him on this.

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