Tuesday marks one year since the Boston Marathon bombings. A special ceremony gets underway around 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, a flag-raising ceremony and a moment of silence will be held at the finish line of the Boston Marathon to honor the three people who were killed and the dozens wounded.
One year later, investigators still have more questions than answers as to why the suspects - brothers 26 year old Tamerlan and 20 year old Dzhokhar Tsnaraev allegedly set the bombs that changed the race's course through history.
The older brother died in a shootout with police. The younger brother has pleaded not guilty to a 30-count federal indictment that carries a possible death sentence.
Dzhokhar's lawyers appear to be building a defense that points to Tamerlan as the driving force, using his influence on his younger brother.
But the people of Boston refuse to be victims. On Saturday, they mobbed the finish line for a photo shoot for the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Today is a day of tributes, also honoring the first responders, medical personnel who helped the victims and the MIT police officer killed when one of the alleged bombers tried to steal his gun three days after the bombing attack.
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