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EDIT 259 5:30 PM: WHITE HAT IS AT LARGE! Considered armed and deadly. May be wearing suicide vest. Location unknown.

EDIT 258 5:27 PM: THIRD SUBJECT IS ELDERLY MALE! No White Hat.

EDIT 257 5:26 PM: Press area clear.

EDIT 256 5:23 PM: 2 males in custody. None are White Hat. Third male inside a building, surrounded.

EDIT 255 5:21 PM: A subject was taken into custody. Identity not confirmed.

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Elderly guy was cleared by EOD, likely not related.


 


 


Also, a rocket, (likely an RPG), was found in a basement during sweeping.


Edited by Afevis

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http://www.politico.com/story/2013/04/no-miranda-rights-for-now-for-bombing-suspect-90362.html

Another article detailing the process, along with some unneeded fluff.

(EDIT: http://www.volokh.com/2013/04/20/tsarnaev-and-miranda-rights/ Even better article by a professor of law, no fluff.)

 

The gist is, currently, he is in serious condition in the hospital, and the Public Safety exemption is in place. I would assume they will question him to ascertain if they have found all the explosives and other dangers that might be present, Tsarnaev has that info. When public safety is no longer an issue, he will be read his Miranda Rights.

Edited by Markius Fox

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The ubiquitous picture of the man being rushed from the marathon explosion with both of his legs torn apart and accompanied by a man in a cowboy hat saving his life has been given more background. Jeff Bauman, the injured man in the photograph, is now recovering. He assisted in identifying the perpetrators of the bombing even as he was still waking up from surgery in intensive care. His savior, the brave man who kept him from bleeding out and dying on the scene, now has a Wikipedia page and his own story in the Time Magazine LightBox. His name is Carlos Arredondo.


 


http://lightbox.time.com/2013/04/18/the-hero-in-the-cowboy-hat-carlos-arredondos-story-by-eugene-richards/?iid=lf%7Caround#1


 


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Arredondo


Edited by Dascede

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