Conflict & Justice

In Boston, Dealing with the Shock of the Bombers' Identities and the Manhunt Lockdown

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Police officers take position during a search for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects in Watertown, Massachusetts April 19, 2013. Police on Friday killed one suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing during a shootout and mounted a house-to-house search for a second man in the suburb of Watertown after a bloody night of shooting and explosions in the city's streets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) - RTXYS4P

Waking up one morning to discover that someone you thought you knew. may have done something unimaginable is an emotionally jarring experience, but it's what happened this morning all over Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the two suspects in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing lived.

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Waking up one morning to discover that someone you thought you knew. may have done something unimaginable is an emotionally jarring experience.

But it's what happened this morning all over Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the two suspects in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing lived, and where the younger of the two brothers grew up and was a well-known and well-liked student in the city's public schools.

Anchor Aaron Schachter speaks with Cambridge social worker Alice Cohen about the possible psychological impacts on children of today's developments.

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