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Less than a half an hour after police announced the capture of the second suspect wanted in connection with Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon, on Friday evening Piers Morgan hosted a live program dedicated to the task of updating viewers as to how a week-long manhunt came to such a dramatic conclusion:
Joining "Piers Morgan Live" on the phone, CNN's Brian Todd spoke to Morgan about the scene where the Boston bombing suspect was apprehended by Boston police.
"He could have been hiding in there for much of the day," said Todd about the boat where the suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found.
"They had flood light the boat," continued Tood describing the scene. "Then we heard a loud speaker, clearly a police official saying to the suspect, we now know it was very likely the suspect inside that boat, 'we know you're in there, come out with your hands up. Come out on your own terms."
Also on the program, CNN's Tom Foreman explained to Morgan how law-enforcement authorities captured Tsarnaev using visuals from the virtual studio.
"They essential set up a 'capture net' for this suspect and enlisted the help of four and a half million people," said Foreman. Watch the above video as Foreman explains further.
Finally, watch the video from the shootout between law enforcement authorities and the bombing suspect minutes before his surrender.