In this April 19, 2013 Massachusetts State Police photo, federal, state and local law enforcement officials discuss their strategy during the search for 19-year-old Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at at mobile command center set up near the area where they believed he was hiding in Watertown. Tsarnaev was captured later that night in Waterown.
Credit (AP Photo/Massachusetts State Police, Sean Murphy)
As part of an ongoing series, WGBH News explores the unanswered questions that surround the massive manhunt in Watertown, Mass. on Friday, April 18 and the ultimate capture of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. This is the third story of the four part series.
How did Dzhokhar Tsarnaev elude police during the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt in Watertown in April?
Both Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Ibragim Todashev were regulars at Wai Kru, a martial arts gym in Boston's Allston neighborhood. It was this gym where the Tsarnaev brothers were seen just three days before the Boston Marathon bombing. They arrived with a third, as-yet unidentified individual, seen in the photo at right.
Gym owner John Allan told Greater Boston's Emily Rooney what happened when the brothers showed up at the gym three days before the bombing, and how he came to hear that Tamerlan Tsarnaev might have murdered his own best friend.
As part of an ongoing series, WGBH News explores the unanswered questions that surround the massive manhunt in Watertown, Mass. on Friday, April 18 and the ultimate capture of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. This is the second story of a four part series.
At 10:31 p.m. on April 18, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was fighting for his life after being shot multiple times while sitting in his cruiser. Fellow officers rushed to his side trying to stem the bleeding.
When explosions rocked the Boston Marathon finish line six months ago today, it was hard to imagine the world would ever be the same. Since then, WGBH News has been taking a closer look at the events of that memorable and deadly Friday in Cambridge and Watertown.This is the first of four stories in an ongoing series.