A crowd med the hearse carrying Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body as it was released by the FBI to his family.
Tsarnaev's remains left the Boston Medical Examiner’s Office in a minivan owned by the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home.
According to The Sun Chronicle, they were forwarded to funeral parlor, where the van arrived at 6:30 p.m., amid vocal protests.
Funeral parlor Director Timothy Nye reveals that the body has not been buried by Dyer-Lake, adding that it has left their facility.
At roughly 10.30 p.m., it was transported to a location that has not been revealed to the press. A police escort had to be brought in to move the body from the parlor to its presumably final destination.
As I wrote, police found out that the Tsarnaevs were planning a July 4 attack, but were impatient to go through with the bombings and hit the Boston Marathon in April.