Boston Bombing suspect's remains released
The remains of Boston Marathon Bombing suspect Tamerlan Tzarnaev are claimed on behalf of his family.
Massachusetts officials say the body of the 26-year-old was released to a funeral home in north Attleboro on Thursday.
According to the attorney of Katherine Russell, Tsarnaev's widow, she learned the medical examiner's office was ready to release the body, but wanted it released to his side of the family.
Ruslan Tsari, Tsarnaev's ungle, said on Tuesday that the family would claim the body.