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Accused teen terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will make his first public appearance since being caught cowering in a shrink-wrapped boat when he’s 
arraigned tomorrow in a federal courtroom on charges related to the Boston Marathon bombings and manhunt that killed four people and injured 260.

All of the accused bomber’s victims have been notified of the 3:30 hearing in U.S. District Court in Boston, but Christina DiIorio-Sterling, spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office, said she is unable to discuss how many plan to attend.
One courthouse official did tell the Herald: "We are giving a lot of space to the victims.”

Tsarnaev’s arraignment is scheduled to be held in a fifth-floor courtroom 
adjacent to the one where Southie mobster James "Whitey” Bulger is on trial.
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Even as a federal grand jury returned a 30-count indictment against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for his alleged role in the Boston Marathon bombing, this week, supporters are gathering messages and poems to wish him a happy 20th birthday on July 22, which he will most likely spend at Devens Federal Medical Center in Ayers, Massachusetts, where he is now. The allegations against the young immigrant from Dagestan are being doubted world wide, and suspicions of an FBI frame up are growing. The addition of "using a firearm to intentionally kill MIT Police Officer Sean Collier” to the list of charges against Tsarnaev is certainly odd, since previous police reports stated that the shooting incident was unrelated to the bombing suspects.

"This indictment is the result of exemplary cooperation betw ... Read more »
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Author: Kristy Puchko


It hasn't even been four months since the Boston Marathon bombings rocked the nation on April 15th, but already a movie adaptation is in the works. But before you cry out, "Too soon," consider the pair behind the proposed docudrama. Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, co-writers of David O. Russell's Academy Award-winning biopic The Fighter, are heading up a drama based on a yet-to-be published book called Boston Strong. Deadline reports the pair picked up the rights to the book, which is currently being written by journalist and true crime author Casey Sherman, and Boston Herald reporter Dave Wedge.

With their book, Wedge and Sherman are hoping to capture the reaction of the people of Boston to the bombing both during the attack and the terrifying manhunt that followed - which eventually led to the killing of one suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and the capture of his younger brother/ ... Read more »
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