Bombing suspect spent Wednesday as typical studentBy Sarah Coffey, Patricia Wen and Matt Carroll
Apr. 20, 2013
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I like the part about the SWAT teams descending on the campus in black helicopters. These people are clowns.- ChrisDARTMOUTH Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spent an apparently normal day Wednesday at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he was a sophomore, according to a school official, working out in the gym, then sleeping in his dorm room that night, while law enforcement officials frantically scanned photos trying to identify the men who planted deadly bombs at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Card swipes told officials that Tsarnaev, described as a good and typical student who played intramural soccer, was on campus Wednesday, but it was not clear if he had been there earlier in the week.
A student, who did not want to be identified, also said she saw Tsarnaev at a party on Wednesday night that was attended by some of his soccer friends.
He was just relaxed, she said.