Witness to History: Boston Marathon Bombing

Witness to History: Boston Marathon Bombing 

The April 15, 2013 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon finish line rocked the nation and put Boston on high alert. Boston police officers, firefighters, and EMS rushed to help the hundreds of wounded bystanders. Fearing another attack, law enforcement created a multi-agency command center within hours of the bombing, and the Boston FBI field office took charge of the investigation. The five-day manhunt ended just outside Boston in suburban Watertown, Massachusetts.


Richard DesLauriers Special Agent in Charge of Boston FBI Office during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and leader of the FBI’s Boston Joint Terrorism Task Force which led the bombing investigation.
Sergeant John MacLellan Watertown (MA) Police officer who confronted the suspected bombers who fled Boston days after the attack.
Carmen M. Ortiz United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and lead prosecutor of the Boston Marathon Bombing suspect who was convicted on April 8, 2015.


Frank Bond Retired anchor and reporter of Washington DC’s WUSA-TV, and current documentary producer for the Newseum.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Program: 7:00-8:30 pm
Reception at 6:00 pm
Light Hors d' Oeuvres, Beer, and Wine

Burke Theatre at the U.S. Navy Memorial
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Free Admission

Registration is required; space is limited.

Witness to History is generously sponsored by Target®.


Questions? Email witnesstohistory@nleomf.org or call 202.737.7869

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