“The authorities still do not have enough clues to know what could have been the reasons for the Chechen brothers Tamerlan and Dhzojar Tsarnaev, to carry out the bomb attack in the Boston Marathon,” said Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, in an interview with the Sunday program Face the Nation, of CBS Channel, in which he explained that it is difficult to imagine why both, the young brothers, decided to organize an attack “against men, women and children.”
Patrick also revealed that for now, the threat has been eliminated, with the death of Tamerlane, who was killed last Thursday, and the capture of the younger brother, Dhzojar, on last Friday.
According to the FBI, Dhzojar, 19, after hiding in a boat on a garden of a house in Watertown, Boston, remains under “serious condition” due to two gunshot wounds and the consequent loss of blood. Also, it is known that the suspect has injuries on his throat and tongue, which could affect his talking skills, and the delay of the interrogation process.
On the other hand, the world shows sympathy for the American people over the bombing incident in the 177th edition of the Boston Marathon.
That is the case of the London Marathon, which granted thirty seconds of silence before starting, in solidarity with the victims in Boston. In addition, nearly 36,000 athletes of the London Marathon carried a black ribbon in mourning.