As the hunt for the surviving suspect of the Boston Marathon bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and the motive behind the horrific act intensifies, law enforcement and the media are zeroing on the alleged bombers' family for clues.
"They never could have done this. Never, ever, ever!" The suspect's father Anzort Tsarnaev told People Magazine when they reached him in Russia by phone on Friday morning. Referring to the death of his son, Tamerlan, he said, "I feel terrible! Why they kill my son? Something wrong! My sons never do bombing. They hated gun-how they do bombs?" He added that he had spoken with the young men the day before about the bombings and that they "hate terrorists."
So far, there has been no word from the suspects' mother who is reported to be Zubeidat K. Tsarnaeva, a 45-year-old sharing the same address a the brothers. Natick Patch reports that she was arrested in June 2012 for shoplifting over $1600 worth of clothing from Lord and Taylor department store. AuthoritiesRead More »from Boston Bombing Suspects' Family: What they're saying