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Feds deny reports of Boston suspect in custody

BOSTON (AP) -- Federal officials are denying that a suspect is in custody in the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Gunny48 - 4/18/2013 12:23 PM
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Watching Obama's speech on tv I can't help but wonder why he is allowing the original Saudi suspect with family ties to al-Qaida to be deported for "security reasons" - ??!! Put up a camera in the desert & he'll show up to spout whatever he thinks they want to hear. He "out-Clintons" the Clintons in self-serving drivel!

imtellin - 4/17/2013 3:33 PM
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with over 30 state local & federal agencies tripping over each other & everyone of them seeking to solve the latest crime of the century,, it's no wonder some fool,, wants to be the 1st to leak information, he or she, isn't authorized to release !!! 30 agencies,, good night gracie !!! glad i'm retired from that nonsense...the fellow on last nights news at 6:00 pm couldn't even get the words out without tripping over his tounge repeatedly !!! I was laughing so hard,, I fell out of my seat... and the secret service was there as well ??? no wonder someone sent the great black hope a dear barack letter !!! took the fool 2 days to declare bombs seconds apart exploding terrorism ??? what a genius !!! I can see bush had a hand in this,, it was his chance to corner the baked bean market !!! gotta blame everything on ole G.W. !!!
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