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Old 04-16-2013, 12:17 PM   #38
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Default Re: 2 explosions at Boston Marathon, UPDATE: at least 3 dead, 144 injured

But echoes you are thinking about this as if it was just a random attack on a local street in Boston and just Bostonians the target, which would be just as tragic but it would fit your description of a local attack. But this was the Boston Marathon. The top event in running, worldwide fame and a race represented by 70 countries, the winners are almost never American. This is akin to an attack happening at the World Cup, Wimbledon,world swimming championships or any top event in any sport.
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