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Boston Police not warned of bomb suspect, chief says

WASHINGTON — Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis told Congress this morning that his department was not informed by the FBI, before the April 15 Boston Marathon terror attacks, about a Russian intelligence warning about bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev or about Tsarnaev’s travel overseas.

The revelation drew outrage from members of the House Committee on Homeland Security who were holding the first congressional hearings into the bombings.

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