Boston Marathon bombing

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The Boston Marathon bombing was a tragedy in which two shrapnel bombs exploded in a crowd of spectators watching the finishing stretch of the Boston Marathon on 2013-04-15. Three people were killed and 183 others were injured. A number of other explosive devices were apparently found by police after the event and detonated safely.

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  • Conservapedia: see conservapedia:Liberal denial - "The suspect was seen and tackled by an eyewitness at the scene of the Boston Marathon massacre, yet the Obama Administration and the liberal media insist for political reasons that they have no idea who committed the crime." (last updated 19:53, 16 April 2013 by Aschlafly)
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