The FBI has released photos of 2 persons of interest in Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings that left 3 people dead and 183 injured.
Local 2 News in Boston emphasized that authorities are seeking the public’s help in identifying the men seen in these photos. The FBI bulletin does not describe the men as suspects in the bombings.
A suspect has been arrested in the Boston Marathon bombings that left 3 people dead and 183 people injured on Monday. The FBI ID’d the “dark skinned” man in CCTV video footage taken from a camera outside the Lord & Taylor department store near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. According to The Boston Globe, the FBI have video footage of the bomber dropping a bag containing an IED bomb near the spot of the 2nd of 2 explosions that rocked the Boston Marathon.
The photo above shows the Boston police reacting to the first explosion near the finish line while smoke plumes from a 2nd bomb can be seen in the background behind them.
A Florida police officer who brought images of Trayvon Martin to target practice has been fired, FOX News reports.
Cops have arrested a Ohio father who was seen brutally whipping his daughters, ages 12 and 14, with cable cords in a viral video that was sent to Worldstarhiphop.com.
Dayton ABC local affiliate WKEF-TV reports that Greg Horn, 35, of Dayton, was arrested this week and charged with child abuse, child endangerment and corporal punishment, after police say he used cable TV cords to brutally whip his teenage daughters after they performed sexually suggestive dance moves in a home video.
Shocking video footage has surfaced online showing inmates gambling, drinking beer, shooting up drugs and brandishing guns. The prison is not located in a lawless third world country — the footage was allegedly filmed in a prison in New Orleans.
WDSU.com reports that U.S. District Judge Lance Africk released the videos Tuesday as part of hearings about a consent decree issued to Orleans Parish Prison.
The FBI and Los Angeles law enforcement officials are investigating how a Russian website obtained the confidential financial records of celebrities and public officials, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The website, originating in the Soviet Union, published the social security numbers and credit reports of celebrities including Jay Z, Beyonce, Mel Gibson, Ashton Kutcher, Kim Kardashian and others.
A Detroit man used a unique defense to explain why he should not be facing charges. The man performed a freestyle rap to explain his case in open court.