Mom seeks answers at Boston bombing trial over injured sons

Investigators at work on Boylston Street, Boston on April 16, 2013 following the bomb attack on the previous day's marathonWhen the trial of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins, Liz Norden plans to stop working altogether. On the morning of the bombing, her sons JP, who was 33 at the time, and Paul, 31, were cheering on a friend near the marathon’s finish line. Then the twin bombs exploded, 12 seconds apart, killing three people and wounding 264 more — including Paul and JP. JP arrived in the hospital clinically dead.

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