Edited to delete names of wrong suspects.
RT @billhatfield: Pete Williams: Speculation that one of suspects is a missing student is NOT correct.— WhiteHousePressCorps (@whpresscorps) April 19, 2013
That's the guy in the T-shirt below, now they're saying he's not one of the suspects.
UPDATE: Suspects may be immigrants, not American-born, which depending on their motivation would qualify this as Immigrant Mass Murder.
Pete Williams on suspects: "If it is who (authorities) strongly suspect it is they have both been here for about a year" & not american-born— Chris Donovan (@chrisdonovannbc) April 19, 2013
The takeaway from the press brief: Suspect at large, believed to be terrorist. If you're in Watertown, stay in your home.— Taylor Dobbs (@taylordobbs) April 19, 2013
Michelle Malkin's Twitchy site is following this:
Six hours ago, David Sirota was Tweeting that people should ask the NY Post to apologize for "racial profiling" in suggesting that it was a Saudi who was the suspect:
Sign this petition to demand an official apology from the NY Post: causes.com/demandanapology— David Sirota (@davidsirota) April 19, 2013
Sirota is the guy who said he hoped it was a white-guy bomber. I have no idea what he'll think when he learns about [Deleted]. Odds of HIM apologizing: low.
Local guy takes video of ALL UNITS responding—dozens of police cars rushing by:
Another typical Sirota-esque story:
More from the Huffington Post:
MSNBC hosts Al Sharpton and Chris Hayes tore into CNN's John King on Thursday for his botched reporting on the Boston bombing suspect—and, especially, for his comments that a "dark-skinned male" was being sought by investigators. [More]
As of 5:00 AM, it looks like TWO dark-skinned males, one of whom just killed a police officer. Chance of Sharpton apologizing: extremely low, no matter how late I stay up.