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On the heels of Friday evening's dramatic capture of the second suspect wanted in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings, on Tuesday evening "Piers Morgan Live" invited Ed Harding to join the program with his exclusive account of the man who led authorities to Dzhokar Tsarnaev.
A longtime personality for Boston ABC affiliate WCVB, earlier in the day Harding interviewed David Henneberry, the Watertown man whose boat served as the 19-year-old fugitive's hiding spot.
As video of the remarkable interview rolled, Henneberry explained how he happened upon the most wanted person in America:
"I got three steps up the ladder. And I rolled it up and I can see through now the shrink wrap. I didn't expect to see anything. And I look in the boat over here and on the floor, and I see, blood," the Watertown man told Harding. "A good amount of blood. Then my eyes went to the other side of the engine box. The engine box is the middle. There was a body."
As the exclusive continued, Henneberry choked up, becoming emotional as Harding detailed the impact of the citizen's actions:
"People are calling you a national hero," noted the WCVB NewsCenter 5 Anchor.
"If the people killed, can get some from..." Henneberry started, overcome with sadness.
"You know in many ways, they do," assured Harding.
"Then I'm at peace," concluded Harding's guest.
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Harding goes on to tell Piers Morgan about Henneberry's plans to replace, and rename, his beloved boat.
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