Boston Marathon Bombing

Boston Bombing Suspects' Uncle Speak to Media

Can't believe it happened, haven't talked to boys in years, one says one of the nephews called to ask for forgiveness last night


An uncle of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing delivered an emotional interview in front of his Montgomery Village home on Friday, calling his nephews "losers" while imploring one who fled an early morning police standoff that left the other dead to turn himself in.

As the nation sought to learn anything it could about the men who allegedly carried out the deadly attack this week, the uncle Ruslan Tsarni said he first learned that his nephews were suspects when he saw their picture on AOL Friday morning. The young men have been identified by police as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26.