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Maximum Harm by Michele McPhee: Book Review

Maximum Harm: The Tsarnaev Brothers, The FBI, and the Road to the Marathon Bombing by Michele R. McPhee

Review by Rob Watts Follow @RobWattsOnline

Let me start off by saying that true-crime author and investigative reporter, Michele McPhee, deserves a great deal of credit for the tremendous amount of work put into writing the book, Maximum Harm. 859 more words


Holton: Why I Don’t Have Much Faith in Robert Mueller

Terror Trends Bulletin, by Christopher Holton, May 18, 2017:

Robert Mueller has been appointed as a special prosecutor to investigate alleged Russian influence operations involving the 2016 US elections. 391 more words

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Boston Marathon Banned 15 Runners From This Year's Race

CBS Boston – Before this year’s Boston Marathon started, 15 runners were disqualified according to an investigation by Derek Murphy, posted in Runner’s World magazine. 225 more words


Keller @ Large: What We've Learned 4 Years Later

BOSTON (CBS) – It was a beautiful afternoon on Saturday, and chances are you weren’t in front of the TV to catch WBZ’s live coverage of… 284 more words


Bill Richard On One Boston Day: 'This Is How We Move Forward'

BOSTON (CBS) — The city paused to reflect on the four-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings Saturday as part of One Boston Day. 731 more words


Religious Persecutors

I recently watched the film Patriot Days, which tells the story of the Boston Marathon bombings. It details the lives of some of the victims as well as the bombers themselves and the law enforcement officials who apprehended them. 275 more words

Marathon association donates to playground named for youngest bombing victim

BOSTON (WPRI) — The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) is making a big contribution toward a park and playground being named in honor of the youngest victim killed in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. 139 more words