Boston Police Arrest Three More Suspects in Connection to Marathon Bombings
The AP has confirmed that Boston police have taken three more suspects into custody regarding the marathon bombings. Not much more is known at this point, but Boston police have issued a statement saying that the situation poses no threat to public safety. NBC's Pete Williams, one of the few sources of accurate information throughout the series of events following the bombings, has reported that the three suspects were Dzhokar Tsarnaev's college roommates at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.
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