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Friday, April 13, 2018

April 15th 2018 is The 5 Year Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombing by Muslim Terrorists Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Boston Strong!


Sunday April 15th 2018 is The 5 Year Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombing by Muslim Terrorists Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, white hat, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, black hat, Boston Strong! On April 15, 2013, two homemade pressure cooker bombs detonated 12 seconds and 210 yards apart at 2:49 p.m., near the finish line of the annual Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring several hundred others, including 16 who lost limbs. Times Square NYC and Boston will be on high alert this Monday April 16th as law enforcement look for copycat Boston Marathon pressure cooker bombers. Boston's Patriots Day, Monday April 16th, 2018, will be cool, wet and windy conditions in Boston as more than 30,000 runners descend on the city for the 122nd Boston Marathon.
Boston Bombers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, white hat, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, black hat, had targeted Times Square NYC while on the run, their next stop would have been 42nd Street and Broadway with pressure cooker bombs. Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev reportedly told authorities that he and his deceased brother Tamerlan planned to attack Times Square in New York City in April 2013.
NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told interrogators from his hospital bed that he and his older brother had decided spontaneously to drive to Times Square New York City and detonate their remaining explosives – a pressure-cooker bomb like the ones that blew up at the marathon, plus five pipe bombs.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, in photo above 4th from left with the hoodie, had traveled to Times Square NYC in April 2012 with some of his pals in the center strip in front of TGI Friday's in the 1500 block of Broadway Times Square near 46th Street, none of the others pictured above are suspected of being involved in the Tsarnaevs’ plot. The Times Square bomb plot fell apart after the Tsarnaev brothers were intercepted by police in a stolen car in Watertown MA and got into a fierce gun battle that left Tamerlan Tsarnaev dead, NYPD boss Ray Kelly said.


BOSTON MARATHON 2018: Authorities at all levels have planned six months in advance of April 16, when the 122nd Boston Marathon race will take place. This year commemorates the fifth anniversary of the marathon bombings that left three dead and hundreds injured, and officials say their safety methods have adapted since that devastating day. "I'm sure everyone can remember where they were, who they were with and what they were doing when the bombs exploded," said MBTA Transit Police Chief Kenneth Green at a security briefing in Boston on Tuesday. "It was that devastating to us." "However with the passing of time human nature has its way of minimizing events that occur," Green added. "We cannot become complacent." Police officials say between 7,500 and 8,000 public safety personnel will be situated along the race route, which spans across eight cities and towns. According to  Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Director Kurt Schwartz, 5,000 of those personnel will be uniformed and plain-clothed officers.

BOSTON MARATHON 2018: Mass. State Police Colonel Kerry Gilpin said there will also be a "significant number of undercover troopers" mixed into crowds on race day. "Certain parts of our security operation will not be seen by the public," Gilpin said. This year security measures will also include three tethered drones -- two in Hopkinton and one in Natick -- which will stream live video feeds to authorities. Boston Police urged spectators filing into the city to be cautious of closed roads and pedestrian-walkways on race day. Parts of Huntington Avenue and Newbury Street will be closed completely to allow pedestrians to cut through. Police advised people to avoid walking down Boylston Street, and urged Red Sox fans exiting the daytime game to use public transportation and avoid congesting Kenmore Square. 

Boston Bombers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev had targeted Times Square NYC while on the run, their next stop would have been 42nd Street and Broadway with pressure cooker bombs. NYC December 14, 2017, New York City is dealing once again with the aftermath of an attempted terrorist attack. Reports indicate that the suspect, 27-year-old Bangladeshi native Akayed Ullah, remains in the hospital, where he’s being treated for injuries after detonating a pipe bomb in the underground passageway between Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal Monday. It was a usual morning rush hour before Ullah set off the bomb at 7:20 a.m. in the passageway that connects bus commuters to the subway. Four people, including Ullah, suffered non-life-threatening injuries. “Preliminary investigation at the scene indicates this male was wearing an improvised, low-tech explosive device attached to his body,” said NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill. “He intentionally detonated that device. Looks like that there were three other people in the immediate area also sustain minor injuries.” The attempted attack comes just over a month after the deadly truck attack in which Sayfullo Saipov drove a pickup truck along the Hudson River Park bike path killing eight people and injuring 12. Ullah had been planning the attack for two to three weeks, according to reports. He was radicalized from watching Islamic State group videos online. ISLAMIC TERRORISTS WILL ACT ON ANNIVERSARY DATES OF ATTACKS, THEY ARE OUT THERE STAY VIGILANT!


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