Boston Marathon Explosions: FBI Requests Videos, Twitter Reaction

Boston Marathon Explosions: FBI Requests Videos, Twitter Reaction

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Several explosions brought a tragic end to the Boston Marathon today.  Of course, twitter is blowing up with news, information and directives from law enforcement.Photo: President Barack Obama talks on the phone with FBI Director Robert Mueller to receive an update on the explosions that occurred in Boston, in the Oval Office, April 15, 2013. Seated with the President are Lisa Monaco, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and Chief of Staff Denis McDonough. (Official White House Photo)
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••• Buck McKeon ‏@BuckMcKeon7m I’m shocked & saddened by what appears to be a deliberate assault on innocent civilians in Boston. My prayers are w/ the victims & families.

••• Hispanic Caucus ‏@HispanicCaucus4m RT @BostonGlobe Boston Police: If anyone knows of any information call about explosions: 1 800 494 TIPS

••• Runner’s World ‏@runnersworld7m Of the 23,326 runners who started, 17,584 crossed the line. Last recorded finisher at 2:57 p.m. #BostonMarathon

••• Guy Benson ‏@guypbenson1–> RT @JesseRodriguez NBC News: Boston Police are “guarding” a wounded man at a Boston hospital as a “possible suspect” in the blast
••• Sabrina Siddiqui ‏@SabrinaSiddiqui25s RT @samsteinhp: HuffPost has compiled a photo gallery of today’s explosions. Warning that it’s graphic http://huff.to/YqEgKL

••• Daniel Malloy ‏@ajconwashington1m.@SpeakerBoehner planning moment of silence at 6:30 in House chamber for #bostonmarathon

……  Also, the Boston Police is requesting any video of what may be a terrorist incident via twitter …

Kimberly Haney ‏@kimberlyhaney12m RT @stacos: PLEASE RT — @Boston_Police & @FBIBoston URGING ANYONE W/ VIDEO OF THE FINISH LINE AT THE TIME OF THE EXPLOSION TO COME FORWARDAlso cell phones have reportedly been shut off in downtown Boston
Black Man ‏@justoneblackman4m
RT @HuffingtonPost: UPDATE: @AP reports cellphone service shut down in Boston to prevent remote detonations http://goo.gl/dZkkO 

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