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SHOTLIST:

THE LOWELL SUN - COURTESY

1. Undated photo of Tamerlan Tsarnaev

2. AP graphic

FBI - HANDOUT

Boston - April 15, 2013

3. File video of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the day of the Boston Marathon bombings

BOB LEONARD - COURTESY

Boston - April 15, 2013

4. Photo of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the day of the Boston Marathon bombings

HANDOUT - AP CLEINTS ONLY

5. Undated photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

AP PHOTO - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Makhackala, Russia - April 23, 2013

6. File photo of Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, mother of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar

THE LOWELL SUN - COURTESY

7. Undated photo of Tamerlan Tsarnaev

ROBIN YOUNG - COURTESY

8.Undated photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Boston - May 2, 2013

9. File video of officials in front of federal courthouse

10. Medium shot of Boston police walking to federal courthouse entrance

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VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

A SUSPECT IN THE BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS DIED FROM GUNSHOT WOUNDS... AND BLUNT TRAUMA TO HIS HEAD AND TORSO.

THAT'S ACCORDING TO THE FUNERAL DIRECTOR WHO HAS TAMERLAN TSARNAEV'S (TAM'-ehr-lun tsahr-NEYE'-ehvs) BODY.

TSARNAEV'S BODY WAS TAKEN TO A FUNERAL HOME ABOUT AN HOUR WEST OF BOSTON AFTER IT WAS RELEASED BY THE STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER ON THURSDAY.

THE CERTIFICATE LISTS THE 26-YEAR-OLD TIME OF DEATH AT 1:35 A-M ON APRIL 19TH.

THAT'S FOUR DAYS AFTER THE DEADLY BOMBING AT THE MARATHON'S FINISH LINE.

TSARNAEV DIED AFTER A GUNFIGHT WITH AUTHORITIES WHO LUANCHED A MASSIVE MANHUNT FOR HIM AND HIS BROTHER, DZHOKHAR. (joh-HAHR')

POLICE HAVE SAID TSARNAEV RAN OUT OF AMMUNITION BEFORE HIS YOUNGER BROTHER DRAGGED HIS BODY UNDER A VEHICLE WHILE FLEEING.

THE YOUNGER BROTHER FACES A CHARGE OF USING A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION TO KILL.

THE SUSPECT'S MOTHER CALLS THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST HER SONS LIES.

WHILE TSARNAEV'S FAMILY WAS MAKING FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS, INVESTIGATORS SEARCHED THE WOODS NEAR A COLLEGE ATTENDED BY THE YOUNGER BROTHER.

OFFICIALS DIDNT' SAY WHAT INVESTIAGTORS WERE LOOKING FOR BUT SAID THERE'S NO THREAT TO PUBLIC SAFETY.

DIANE KEPLEY, ASSOCIATED PRESS

 

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