Boston magazine today unveiled the full stash of photos given to them by Sean Murphy, a tactical officer for the Massachusetts State Police. The images document key moments in the hunt for Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The last batch, released in July, focused on the moment Tsarnaev was captured by teams of state and city police officers in Waterford, Massachusetts. The pictures released today are brand new, and shine a bigger light on the moments before Tsarnaev's arrest and even the work done by law enforcement teams leading the manhunt. This photo leads to a set depicting the moment Tsarnaev revealed himself, collapsed, and was subsequently surrounded by police officers:
This dramatic shot shows tactical squads closing in on the boat where Tsarnaev was hiding:
Thought obtained by Boston magazine some time ago, the new images were held from publication so that they could be featured in the magazine's September issue. Others are only available online, though it's not clear which ones. Either way: they provide a dramatic, almost cinematic portrayal of one of the most tense days in the state's long and storied history.