Boston Mayor Thomas Menino revealed he thinks the Tsarnaev brothers acted alone when they terrorized Boston over the last five days during an appearance on ABC's This Week. "All the information I have is they acted alone," he said. He also called on the U.S. attorney's office to "throw the book" at the surviving brother. "I hope that the U.S. attorney, Carmen Ortiz, takes them on the federal side and throws the book at them," Menino said. "These two individuals held the city hostage for five days." Menino also defended shutting down the city on Friday while authorities searched for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. "I had information that there was other things going on," he said. "I agreed with that decision at the time."
Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis offered an update on the condition of 19-year-old suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev during his appearance on Fox News Sunday. "He’s in no condition to be interrogated at this time," Davis said. "He’s progressing, though, and we're monitoring the situation at this time." Dzhokhar is in stable but serious condition at a Boston hospital right now. Investigators are waiting to question him until his wounds have healed enough to speak with a special interrogator. Davis said the imminent threat is over, but cautioned that new developments may arise once the suspect is questioned. "There may be other components of this investigation that will lead to charges down the road," he said. Davis couldn't say definitively whether the older brother, Tamerlan, was the leader in the plot. He did theorize that the brother went on another crime spree Thursday -- killing an MIT police officer and carjacking an SUV -- because the FBI released their photos. "I think they decided to go active after their pictures were disclosed publicly," he said. "I think that’s what started the rampage."