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Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage

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WNPR ongoing coverage of the investigation and manhunt for Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev. As the search takes over the greater Boston area, it also has implications for Connecticut residents. 

Where We Live guests:

Scott Bates, national security expert and President of the Center for National Policy
Alex Ashlock, reporter at WBUR Boston
Luis Cotto, former Hartford city councilman, Cambridge resident
Danielle Tumminio, Episcopal Priest, author and lecturer, Watertown resident
Peter Rutland, Professor of Government at Wesleyan University
Mike Clark, Senior Lecturer at the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven, former FBI agent

Colin McEnroe Show guests:

Anne Garrels, former NPR correspondent who coverd Russia, Chechnya and the Middle East
Schaun Wheeler, former social scientist for the Army
Scott DeVico, Legislative Program Manager at the CT Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

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