Investigators continue questioning bombing suspect
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BOSTON, MA - The parents of the Boston Marathon Suspects are said to be coming to the U.S. today.
Their father says he wants to take the body of his son Tamerlan Tsarnaev back to Russia. The 26-year-old was killed last week.
Investigators continue to put together a case against the surviving Boston Marathon Suspect - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Two officials with knowledge of a Capitol Hill FBI briefing say Tamerlan sent text messages to his mother suggesting he was willing to die for Islam.
It's believed he then recruited his younger brother to help him carry out the attacks.
We are also learning that the two brothers were planning a trip to New York after the bombing in Boston. Officials don't believe they were planning an attack there.
These details coming to light as Boston slowly comes back to life. The street where the bombs exploded has re-opened to traffic.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino have created the One Fund Boston to help victims. At last check it's raised more than 23 million dollars.