Threat in Boston Eliminated: Younger Tsarnaev Brother Taken Into Custody After Day-Long Manhunt

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev bomberBoston bomber in custody
19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured on Friday, April 19 after a city-wide search that turned Boston into a virtual ghost town.

Residents stayed inside, school was cancelled and businesses were closed down until around 8:45 p.m, when the standoff between the younger Tsarnaev and the police ended behind a home in Watertown.

Dzhokhar (known to peers as “Jahar“) and his brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, killed earlier in the day, were legal residents of the U.S. originally from Chechnya, Russia. 

A graphic death photo of Tamerlan, who murdered three and injured 200 participants and spectators at the Boston Marathon using a bomb made from a pressure-cooker, has surfaced.

Tsarnaev was discovered hiding under this boat on Franklin Street, in Watertown, Massachusetts
Tsarnaev was discovered hiding under this boat on Franklin Street in Watertown, MA

Employees at the Medical Center that received Tsarnaev are denying involvement.

Read: Suspect’s Uncle Gives Scathing Interview: ‘They Do Not Deserve To Live on This Earth’

Read: Jeff Bauman: Man From Iconic Photo Helped FBI Identify Boston Bombing Suspects

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