Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Can't Speak, Communicating in Writing

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, is hospitalized under heavy guard.
BOSTON, MA - The lone surviving suspect in the bombing attack on the Boston Marathon one week ago is communicating in writing, and could be ready to be questioned by an elite FBI team.

As Boston prepared to mark with a moment of silence the passing of a week since the terror attack that killed three and wounded at least 176, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was believed to be unable to speak but awake and responding to questions, possibly from medical staff.

Tsarnaev is under heavy guard at Boston's Beth Israel Hospital, and is in serious condition with several injuries, including a possible gunshot wound to the neck.

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