Gov. Deval Patrick: Suspect is in serious but stable condition, currently unable to communicate

Patrick addressed reporters on the second bombing suspect's condition outside of Boston's Fenway Park VIDEO

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Gov. Deval Patrick: Suspect is in serious but stable condition, currently unable to communicateMassachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (Credit: Boston Globe)

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick provided an update on the condition of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from outside Boston’s Fenway Park, revealing that Tsarnaev is in serious but stable condition and is currently unable to communicate.

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