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April 12th, 2013
09:24 PM ET

Act of violence brings together unlikely “brothers”

CNN’s Don Lemon tells the story of two men, who were torn apart by a vicious crime but years later brought together by chance. The unusual “brothers” are working together to help at-risk youth.


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  1. love2swim1951

    COMMENTARY: I was wrong. When I see I am wrong, I am the first one to say it. I incorrectly called the Marathon bombing a homegrown, extreme attempt by radicals who want to make a statement against our Government. Well, in looking at things, researching, and reading up on others' analyses and commentaries, I am convinced now that this was a terrorist attack from a foreign group or party (perhaps with Islamic ties) that indoctrinated the older brother when he went back to his native Chechnya, and sent him back to the U.S on a mission. with a very badly orchestrated plan to cause yet another deadly bombing to rattle our cage. The eldest Tsarnaev got the cooperation of his younger brother to carry out this act.

    But these foreign powers (whoever they may be) JUST DON'T GET IT. You can't break the American people, you can't break AMERICANISM. Attacks against our way of life will only strengthen our resolve to be free and stay free from all foreign power.

    So what is the US Government going to do now? Are we going to Mirandized this suspect to render him speechless so we will not know the entire truth. I suggest the Justice Department figure out some day that we cannot give the same "rights" to criminals, especially those from another country. My opinion.

    AND GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!

    April 20, 2013 at 9:47 pm |

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