Example: [Collected on the Internet, April 2013]
How Suspect 1 ended up
Origins: As described in multiple news accounts, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev died from injuries sustained in a gun battle with police in the early morning hours of Friday,
Dr. David Schoenfeld said 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev was unconscious and had so many penetrating wounds when he arrived at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center early
"From head to toe, every region of his body had injuries," he said. "His legs and arms were intact — he wasn't blown into a million pieces" — but he lost a pulse and was in cardiac arrest, meaning his heart and circulation had stopped, so CPR, or cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, was started.
Schoenfeld did not address police's assertion that Tsarnaev was run over by a car driven by his brother as he fled the gunfire.
The doctor said he couldn't discuss specific treatments in the case except to say what is usually done in such circumstances, including putting a needle in the chest to relieve pressure that can damage blood vessels, and cutting open the chest and using rib-spreaders to let doctors drain blood in the sac around the heart that can put pressure on the heart and keep it from beating.
Police say the naked man is not Tamerlan, despite various conspiracy theories going around the Internet.
According to the official account, Tamerlan died after a shootout with cops, riddled with bullets and shrapnel before being run over by his brother who was fleeing the scene in an
The Watertown police department got back to us via email just to say that the naked man was not Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
The shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers occurred on Laurel Street. Naked man [was] captured near Nichols and Dexter, literally down the street from the shootout.
Naked man was apparently stripped, questioned, clothed, questioned some more, and reportedly let go. It's likely police stripped him because they were under citywide bomb threat and wanted to make sure he didn't have a suicide vest, but the police did not comment on that.
Last updated: 23 April 2013
Ingersoll, Geoffrey. "Police Say the Naked Man Arrested in Boston Was Not Tamerlan Tsarnaev." Business Insider. 22 April 2013. Marchione, Marilynn. "Tamerlan Tsarnaev Injuries." The Huffington Post. 20 April 2013.