For me, it remains the single most terrible image of the Boston Marathon bombings. In the photograph, it is seconds before the first explosion and eight-year-old Martin Richard leans expectantly on a crash barrier. Nearby lies the rucksack containing the bomb that will, in a few seconds, kill him. In the same picture, creeping away in the background, is the white hat and the expressionless face of 19-year-old suspected bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
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