An aunt of the bombing suspects tells the AP that "Within the family, everything was perfect."
A woman who identified the bombing suspects as her "brothers" says in a video: “No I’m not okay – no one is okay right now.”
The father of the bombing suspects doesn't believe that his sons did it:
"If they kill my second child, I will know that it is an inside job, a hit job. The police are to blame," the father told ABC News. "Someone, some organization is out to get them."
He is urging his son to surrender.
Here's video from the Boston Globe featuring an interview with a friend of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Jesus, next week better involve news stories about kittens riding dolphins, a cure for cancer, and Betty White running a unicorn preserve.
Alison Yeardley, Cambridge MA Tells the BBC: "It's eerily quiet outside. I can hear sirens and helicopters only. I'm half a mile away from the suspect's house. Everyone is confident things are going to be ok. If was bit closer to Watertown I might feel differently. My friend in Watertown slept through everything! All the city is in shutdown - we are allowed outside, but the transport system is down. We're staying in and keeping off the roads to help police. We're not all in fear - we're in our pyjamas eating chocolate."
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