The news will continue to filter out of Boston for quite some time now as investigators piece through what really happened at yesterday's apparent terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon. And one detail in particular points out the perils of unnamed sources especially with fast-breaking news.
Many news stories today quote "a senior U.S. intelligence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the continuing investigation." He told the Associated Press that as many as two unexploded devices were found and disarmed.
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