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article imageBoston suspect #2 has throat injury, is perhaps silent forever

By R. C. Camphausen     Apr 21, 2013 in Crime
Boston - While FBI and other agencies are said to await talking to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of two suspects in the Boston marathon blasts, neither they nor the public may ever hear anything about the 'why' behind the bombings.
Several media outlets, among which the UK based Guardian, report that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, once known as suspect number 2, has severe injuries that may prevent FBI or police to ever interrogate him.
The 19-year-old suspect has, among other wounds, been injured by a shot in his throat, making communication impossible at this moment. There's no telling whether or not he'll ever regain his voice, though the future possibility of an interrogation by means of writing cannot be ruled out.
According to the New York Daily News, investigators are speculating whether or not the throat wound may have been self-inflicted, hinting at a possible suicide attempt by the suspect shortly before being apprehended.
Presently still sedated, there's no way to communicate with the UMass-Dartmouth sophomore in order to get clues about the reasons that motivated him and his older brother to their actions. To be more precise, one should keep saying 'alleged' actions.
Meanwhile, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has informed the public that the suspect may never be able to speak again.
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