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May 1, 2013 at 6:32 AM

Boston bombing brother had contact with extremists

American attacks treated differently

Why is it that the pressure-cooker bombs that wreaked such horror and agony at the Boston Marathon are considered weapons of mass destruction, while a semi-automatic weapon, such as that used at Sandy Hook Elementary School, is not? [“FBI investigates elder brother’s visit to Russia,” News, April 29].

Bill Ames, Seattle

| Topics: Boston, Boston bombings, Boston Marathon

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