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Friday, April 19, 2013

Boston Marathon Bomber: The Manhunt is Finally Over

I don't know what's with me lately. When there is bad news, I took it deeply. I can't find words to blog about my sentiments. Bad news and unpleasant events such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the Boston Marathon Bombing easily drained my energy ... can't even rant! Lo and behold when the manhunt is over about few minutes ago, I just have this energy to blog. The suspect is now in custody. I will not give him the boost of this post but instead, I would like all of you to know the three innocent victims on April 15 Boston Marathon Bombing: Martin Richard, 8 years old; Krystle Campbell 29 years old and Lingzi Lu, 23 years old. May they rest in peace and please pray for their family for strength in this time of bereavement.

I was up watching the news since dawn time yesterday. I was one of the hundreds of people praying that the suspects will be captured alive so the victims will have justice.

The suspect was obviously wounded. I was watching the news LIVE when there was a gunfire commotion and later on, newsmen on FOX started giving information that the suspect was found hiding on the boat. When the suspect was finally under the police custody, I saw the crowd cheering in gratitude to the Emergency Personnel, FBI, and Police Enforcers. I had great joy in my heart that they did a tremendous and excellent job to apprehend the suspect in professional manner. Manhunt is over but, this is just the beginning to seek for justice and have the suspect face the crime he committed. Let us not forget, MIT officer Sean Collier who also died when he was shot by the suspects who responded to a disturbance in the campus.
Tonight, Boston will have a good night sleep. Tomorrow, life in Boston will be back to normal but, the event this week from Boston Bombing on Monday (April 15) up to today's event will always be remembered. Let us say a fervent prayer for the casualty and their family. God bless all of us!

1 comment:

  1. My heart is really breaking about this Boston Marathon Bombing.


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