Bomb suspect Instagram account was deleted recently – unlike Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's other social media accounts. The bomb suspect also 'liked' an Instagram photo linked to Chechen terrorism.
Based on photos from the Boston Marathon bombing, social media postings suggested Brown student Sunil Tripathi might be the suspect. Reddit apologized for the 'dangerous speculation.'
Just as memorable as the Boston bombings was the shared, collective response. Yet the focus remains on divisions, such as classifying the bombers by their background and motives. Isn't the display of shared humanity just as important?