It was a jubilant scene in Watertown last night after authorities finally captured Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and took him into custody. But at the press conference afterward, US Attorney Miranda Ortiz stressed that this isn’t the end. "Although for some of you tonight is a closure, for me the journey continues. And so this will continue to be an ongoing and active investigation as we sort all the details, continue to evaluate a tremendous amount of evidence and file our formal charges,” she said. But as the investigation moves forward, attention will also be shifted to the holes in our system...
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Probably not. Everyone knows Obama and Holder are so open minded their brains fell out. Either the FBI did a poor job before or it did an average job and was restrained by law. Either way, IMHO, this incident proves something needs to be improved.
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