The blog hits its third year anniversary. A little bit on where I've been and where the investigation is going.
In a special New Years installment, Heather and Tom tackle recent questions from readers and listeners.
The government claimed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev coordinated the Boston Marathon bombing with a cell phone. The evidence shows something different.
What is an alibi defense, and does Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have one in regards to the charges for which he was convicted?
In the final installment of our historical series, Eric Bowsfield joins Heather to talk about the history and evolution of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s home country, Chechnya.
Eric Bowsfield returns to help Heather hash out the issue of Islamophobia and how it affected the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Historian and fellow investigator Eric Bowsfield joins Heather to talk about historiography. We discuss how the discipline gives us the tools to study the Marathon Bombing and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's court case as a historical event.
Attorney Tom Frizzell returns to dive into submitted questions about the Boston Marathon bombing and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's case. He and Heather sink their teeth into constitutional law as they tackle the impact the case has had on the American legal system, and discuss how many times Dzhokhar may have had his constitutional rights violated.
Heather tackles some “alternative facts” about the note found in the boat after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's capture. Then attorney Tom Frizzell returns to finish up our discussion about the narratives presented about the case in court: what we do and don’t believe, our current theories about the events in question, and what can be expected for Dzhokhar’s case on appeal.
The first episode of the case-related podcast, Marathon, is now available for listen and download.