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*Live Updates* Boston Police Scanner: Massive Shootout in Watertown, MA

 

 

 

Breitbart News will provide updates on the situation as they occur.

 

PHOTO: A police officer with is weapon drawn conducts a search for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, Friday, April 19, 2013, in Watertown, Mass. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

 

 

UPDATE (10:55 AM EDT): “the brothers carjacked a Mercedes SUV and told the driver they were the men behind Monday’s double-blast attack at the race and had just killed a campus security officer, a source told NBC News.”

 

OLD NEWS: This photo started making the rounds yesterday evening—shows suspect, now tentatively ID’d as Tsarnaev, allegedly placing bomb behind 8-year-old Martin Richard, one of the three people killed in Monday’s attack.

 

 

UPDATE (10:47 AM EDT): New York traffic stop getting curious:

 

 

UPDATE (10:44 AM EDT): Terrible.

 

 

UPDATE (10:37 AM EDT): Connecticut government reports Honda of interest “has been recovered in Boston.”

 

PHOTO: Kenmore Square in Boston virtually empty. (Andrew Golden via NBC News)

 

 

UPDATE (10:11 AM EDT): The morning’s intrigue expands into another state.

 

 

UPDATE (10:09 AM EDT): FAA has established a no-fly zone over Watertown, MA.

 

UPDATE (10:07 AM EDT): WCVB TV: UMass Dartmouth is evacuating the dormitory where Tsarnaev lived.

 

PHOTO: Radio host Robin Young tweets out what appears to be a graduation photo of suspect Tsarnaev. [Cropped to remove individual unrelated to case]

 

 

UPDATE (9:42 AM EDT): New York NBC affiliate says car pulled over from previous update has Massachusetts plates.

 

UPDATE (9:38 AM EDT): Wounded officer expected to live.

 

 

MEANWHILE, ON CNN:

 


Credit: Dan McQuade/Twitter

 

UPDATE (9:27 AM EDT): “A law enforcement source told the Globe that an explosive trigger was found on the dead brother’s body at the morgue.”

 

UPDATE (9:22 AM EDT): Situation developing outside Massachusetts. No evidence yet of connection to Boston suspect hunt.

 

 

UPDATE (9:12 AM EDT): LA Times contradicts earlier NBC report that brothers had been in country “legally for about a year.”

 

 

UPDATE (9:09 AM EDT): Twitter users find account referenced by police scanner. Has not tweeted before today, only follows Boston Police account. Many accusations of fakery.

 

UPDATE (9:01 AM EDT): Scanner: “He is posting online, ‘I will kill all of you as you killed my brother.'”

 

PHOTO: FBI releases more recent photo of suspect.

 

 

UPDATE (8:52 AM EDT): Bomb threat being taken very seriously by law enforcement.

 

 

UPDATE (8:49 AM EDT): Reports coming in that police have someone in custody coming out of suspect’s apartment building. One on scene says “nothing to indicate man is suspect.”

 

UPDATE (8:36 AM EDT): I heard about 45 minutes ago on the police scanner something about “blood spots” but wasn’t entirely certain. Seems the LA Times corroborates my (admittedly spotty) hearing.

 

 

UPDATE (8:27 AM EDT): Wounded officer identified.

 

 

UPDATE (8:20 AM EDT): Scanner: suspect at large reportedly wearing “suicide vest.”

 

 

PHOTO: SWAT teams enter a suburban neighborhood to search an apartment for the remaining suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings in Watertown, Massachusetts April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

 


 

UPDATE (8:02 AM EDT): MA Gov. Deval Patrick addressing reporters. Says instructions to stay indoors extend to all of Boston.

 

UPDATE (7:56 AM EDT):

 

 

UPDATE (7:48 AM EDT): Eyewitness says now-dead suspect charged at police, was tackled in overnight gunfight. May have been attempting a suicide bombing, per CNN report of explosives on his person.

 

 

UPDATE (7:46 AM EDT): Police descending on suspect’s apartment.

 

 

UPDATE (7:42 AM EDT): CNN: we “know” brothers suspected of bombing are “Islamic,” “Muslim.”

 

UPDATE: Cambridge area police are clearing is street of suspect’s apartment. “Dangerous scene.”

 

PHOTO: This image provided by the Boston Regional Intelligence Center shows Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. (AP)

 

 

UPDATE (7:19 AM EDT): Globe reporter: police clearing media from area in Cambridge.

 

 

PHOTO: Watertown resident Shawna England tweets this amazing view from her house:

 

 

UPDATE (7:12 AM EDT): WCVB reporter: captured person from last hour not Marathon suspect.

 

UPDATE (7:06 AM EDT): Name given by Associated Press listed among recipients of a $2,500 scholarship for “seniors at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and others pursuing higher education.”

 

UPDATE (7:02 AM EDT): Scanner: pipe bomb detonated in Kenmore Square area (Charles Gate and Comm Ave, near MIT bridge).

 

Police commissioner: controlled detonation by bomb squad.

 

UPDATE (6:57 AM EDT): More school closings.

 

 

UPDATE (6:48 AM EDT): Reddit theory on missing student suffers a heavy blow.

 

 

UPDATE (6:43 AM EDT): AP claims knowledge of suspects’ nation of origin.

 

 

Residents of five Boston suburbs in addition to Watertown advised to stay indoors:

 

 

UPDATE (6:38 AM EDT): Scanner: law enforcement still conducting door-to-door searches. Boston public schools cancel all activities:

 

 

UPDATE (6:34 AM EDT): Emerson College, Suffolk University have also cancelled classes Friday.

 

UPDATE (6:28 AM EDT): Scanner: police on scene sending three photos to ID persons in custody.

 

UPDATE (6:23 AM EDT): Police on scanner have not yet confirmed reported suspect in custody is white cap bombing suspect.

 

SCANNER: SUSPECT IN CUSTODY (6:17 AM EDT)

 

PHOTO: Bus carrying SWAT team. Sean Kelly/WCVB/Twitter

 

 

UPDATE (6:03 AM EDT): Scanner: reports of male—white skin, dark hair, dark backpack—trying to flag down vehicles in Beacon Park for a ride.

 

UPDATE (5:59 AM EDT): “Harvard University is closed due to public safety concerns.”

 

UPDATE (5:51 AM EDT):

 

 

PHOTO: Officials secure an area in Watertown, Mass., Friday, April 19, 2013. Dozens of officers and National Guard members are in Watertown, where television outlets report that gunfire and explosions have been heard. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

 

 

UPDATE (5:45 AM EDT): Scanner: All MBTA trains, subways have been suspended.

 

UPDATE (5:41 AM EDT): Dead suspect’s possible blast wounds could have been caused by worn explosives.

 

 

UPDATE (5:27 AM EDT): At press conference from Beth Israel hospital, doctors say suspect who died had multiple gunshot wounds and evidence of blast wounds from an explosive device.

 

Scanner: police will close down the Arsenal mall in Watertown. Will turn away employees.

 

UPDATE (5:23 AM EDT): MIT has cancelled all Friday classes.

 

UPDATE (5:18 AM EDT): “Law enforcement sources said the suspects have international links and have been in the country legally for about a year,” reports NBC News.

 

NBC’s Pete Williams says that the suspect at large is not believed to be missing student Sunil Tripathi.

 

UPDATE (5:06 AM EDT): Police scanner: bomb sniffing dogs needed from Boston at address of suspicious package near MIT because so many are committed to Watertown.

 

PHOTO: A vehicle carrying officers in tactical gear arrives at the Watertown neighborhood of Boston, Friday, April 19, 2013. Reports of explosives being detonated and police are telling reporters to turn off their cell phones. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

 

 

UPDATE (4:50 AM EDT): Evac for residents of streets where suspects left bombs behind.

 

 

UPDATE (4:45 AM EDT): Suspicious package reported near MIT campus.

 

 

PHOTO: Bomb squad robot in action on site of Watertown shootout.

 

 

UPDATE (4:35 AM EDT): Police scanner: “[Suspect] might have a device on his person if we come across him.”

 

UPDATE (4:29 AM EDT): Boston Globe reports that suspect #2 allegedly robbed a convenience store during the night.

 

UPDATE (4:23 AM EDT): State police press conference on suspect #2: “we believe this to be a terrorist. We believe this to be a man who has come here to kill people.”

 

PHOTO: Boston police have tweeted this photo of the suspect at large.

 

 

UPDATE (4:06 AM EDT): The Boston Police Commissioner says the Boston Marathon bombing suspect wearing a black hat on Monday has died, according to WCVB.

 

UPDATE (4:00 AM EDT): Police are about to begin controlled detonations of devices left by suspects.

 

 

UPDATE (3:45 AM EDT): Police searching door to door.

 

 

UPDATE (3:42 AM EDT): Massacushetts police advise civilians in Watertown to stay indoors.

 

 

UPDATE (3:40 AM EDT): Local news says one suspect may be dead.

 

 

UPDATE (3:37 AM EDT): Officers confirm description of suspect at large over scanner: “White male with a dark complexion or Middle Eastern male with dark curly hair and a gray hoodie.”

 

UPDATE (3:20 AM EDT): 

 

 

UPDATE (3:17 AM EDT): Police chasing down subject with dogs.

 

 

UPDATE (3:15 AM EDT): The New York Times has a report on the shootout full of detail, including descriptions from eyewitness Kitzenburg:

 

The two shooters, he said, had a large and unwieldy bomb. “They lit it, still in the middle of the gunfire, and threw it. But it went 20 yards at most.” It exploded, he said, and one of the two men ran towards the gathered police officers. He was tackled, but it was not clear if he was shot, Mr. Kitzenberg said.

 

UPDATE (3:10 AM EDT): Homeland Security present.

 

 

UPDATE (3:07 AM EDT): Police Public Information Officer talking to reporters. Revises number of suspects accounted for. Gives details on wounded officer.

 

 

UPDATE (3:01 AM EDT): Names of suspects heard over scanner.

 

 

Sunil Tripathi was a philosophy major at Brown University. He disappeared in March.

 

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UPDATE (2:57 AM EDT): Suspect at large described on scanner as “extremely armed and dangerous,” “could have an IED explosive device on him.”

 

UPDATE (2:54 AM EDT): NBC News’ Luke Russert, keeping everything in perspective:

 

 

PHOTO: More images of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects released by FBI slightly less than an hour ago.

 

 

 

 

VIDEO: WCVB has an amateur video capturing the shooting:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_pzCYi_XxeQ

 

UPDATE (2:44 AM EDT): CNN says multiple explosive devices were used against police. Breitbart’s Kerry Picket relays confirmation from locals:

 

 

UPDATE (2:40 AM EDT): Massachusetts State Police say there may be more than two suspects.

 

 

UPDATE (2:37 AM EDT): A reporter for local affiliate WHDH says that one suspect in tonight’s shootout may be dead.

 

UPDATE (2:27 AM EDT): The Boston Globe’s Jennifer Peter links the situation in Watertown to Monday’s Boston marathon bombing.

 

 


 

UPDATE (2:23 AM EDT): Breitbart News’s Kerry Picket, on scene in Watertown, says locals saw the sky lit up during the shootout.

 

 

UPDATE (2:18 AM EDT): Officer asks on scanner whether the suspects used hand guns or “long guns.” Responding officer: “definitely long guns.”

 

UPDATE (2:15 AM EDT): A Boston videographer shows the National Guard is now active in Watertown.

 

 

UPDATE (2:11 AM EDT): All police officers heading to active scenes have been told to power down their cell phones.

 

PHOTO: Police officers keep a man on the ground in Watertown, Massachusetts April 19, 2013 following the shooting of a police officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). A police officer for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was shot to death on Thursday night at the school’s Cambridge campus, touching off a manhunt for a suspect or suspects in a community on edge just days after the Boston Marathon bombing. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

 

 

UPDATE (2:04 AM EDT): Boston police are investigating an abandoned SUV at Lincoln and Spruce St., Watertown.

 

CNN says the situation on MIT’s campus is now over and residents can return to their normal routines.

 

 

UPDATE (2:00 AM EDT): Journalism student Taylor Dobbs, currently on the street of the shootout, shows Boston PD is escalating its presence:

 

 

UPDATE (1:58 AM EDT): Mt Auburn Hospital in Cambridge is reportedly Code Black, possibly meaning a bomb threat.

 

The Boston Globe says FBI agents are in Watertown.

 

UPDATE (1:50 AM EDT): Seth Mnookin, a professor at MIT, provides a photo of an arrest made on scene.

 

 

UPDATE (1:46 AM EDT): Jake Tapper of CNN says that the FBI has made its way to MIT’s campus. FBI is not yet involved in Watertown shootout.

 

UPDATE (1:44 AM EDT): Kitzenberg says the suspects have left backpacks in the street and the bomb squad is on scene.

 

 

UPDATE (1:40 AM EDT): Police say the second suspect is not in custody.

 

PHOTO: Suspect’s car outside Kitzenberg’s home. Credit: Andrew Kitzenberg/Twitter

 

 

UPDATE (1:35 AM EDT): Twitter user Andrew Kitzenberg says the gunfight took place on the street outside his home. One police car crashed and all its windows were shot out, he states. Kitzenberg says he heard five minutes of gunfire and says a “pressure cooker bomb” was included in the exchange.

 

UPDATE (1:21 AM EDT): Shortly after a police officer was shot on the campus of MIT in Cambridge Thursday night, several indidivuals heard over the Boston Police scanner that officers received a report of a carjacking by two armed “Middle Eastern men.”

 

State troopers pursued the suspects and engaged in a gunfight in the city of Watertown. Police radio reported use of hand grenades and automatic firearms. One suspect has been captured and is en route to Beth Israel Medical Center. There are currently conflicting reports on whether the second suspect has been captured or not.

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WND by JOE KOVACS


BOSTON MASSACRE

‘Dark-skinned’ bombing suspect identified

Breakthrough from analysis of department-store video

Published: 2 hours ago

Joe Kovacs is an award-winning journalist and, since 1999, executive news editor of WND. He is the author of two best-selling books: “Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You’ve Never Been Told” and its 2012 sequel, “The Divine Secret: The Awesome and Untold Truth About Your Phenomenal Destiny.”
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Authorities probing the Boston Marathon bombings believe they have identified a suspect, but the U.S. Justice Department is denying earlier broadcast reports someone has been arrested.

The suspect, described as a “dark-skinned” male, was picked up on security camera footage from the Lord and Taylor department store along the marathon route, near the site of the second explosion.

It was reported the suspect could be seen on camera dropping a black bag.

The source also indicated video from a Boston television station contributed to the progress in the hunt for the party responsible for the April 15 explosions that left at least three dead and some 175 injured.

After initial reports saying the suspect was in custody, CNN reporter Fran Townsend said, “There’s not somebody in custody or arrested. The situation is very fluid. They’re working to positively identify this individual … There has been a misunderstanding … as law enforcement tries to work through this.”

Justice Department officials told CNN’s Joe Johns there was indeed no one in custody Wednesday afternoon.

CBS correspondent Bob Orr said authorities have video of a man in a black jacket on a cell phone, wearing a gray hoodie and a white baseball cap backwards placing a black bag at the second bomb site outside of the Forum restaurant on Boylston Street and then leaving the area before that explosion.

Orr said the man was on the phone at the second bomb site when the first bomb exploded.

Orr said the FBI looked at the time the man was on his cell phone and then went back and scanned all the calls made in the area to track who they wanted to talk to.

Radio host Rush Limbaugh scorched CNN for withholding details about the suspect, as the network noted the details were sensitive.

“If they had news that the perpetrator here was white, we would have had height, weight, clothes, facial hair,” Limbaugh said. “We would know everything. We would know what radio show the guy listens to, what TV network he watches, what publications he reads. We would know everything there is if the guy was white.”

A news conference has been scheduled for 5 p.m. Eastern to provide more information.

Previously, investigators had discovered a lid to a pressure cooker police said they think was used to construct the bombs.

The FBI has been seeking leads into who may have been responsible for the attack, even pleading with the public for help after admitting they had no suspects Tuesday.

“The person who did this is someone’s friend, neighbor or relative,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Richard DesLauriers said at a news conference.

“Someone knows who did this. The cooperation of the community will play a crucial role in the investigation,” he said.

“We are asking anyone who may have heard someone speak about the marathon or the date of April 15 in any way that indicated he or she may target the event,” DesLauriers said.

On Tuesday, left-leaning columnist David Sirota penned an opinion piece on Salon.com titled, “Let’s hope the Boston Marathon bomber is a white American,” in which he states:

“If recent history is any guide, if the bomber ends up being a white anti-government extremist, white privilege will likely mean the attack is portrayed as just an isolated incident – one that has no bearing on any larger policy debates. Put another way, white privilege will work to not only insulate whites from collective blame, but also to insulate the political debate from any fallout from the attack.

“It will probably be much different if the bomber ends up being a Muslim and/or a foreigner from the developing world. As we know from our own history, when those kind of individuals break laws in such a high-profile way, America often cites them as both proof that entire demographic groups must be targeted, and that therefore a more systemic response is warranted. At that point, it’s easy to imagine conservatives citing Boston as a reason to block immigration reform defense spending cuts and the Afghan War withdrawal and to further expand surveillance and other encroachments on civil liberties.”

Limbaugh responded to Sirota’s commentary, noting, “The left does not want this bomber to be a minority or al-Qaida or a Muslim or terrorist. The left wants the bomber to be white and conservative. And if they know the bomber is not white, will they shut up and not tell the FBI? Is it that bad?”

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