Teen Denies He's the Marathon Bomber

Salah Barhoun, 17, had his name cleared by police after his face appeared on TV, social media.
2:09 | 04/18/13

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I wanna get up to date on the investigation and my colleague Jim Dolan has been working that angle of the story today and he's here with me now -- -- him. I think we're all our whole lot just a few minutes when this news conference happens they're gonna talk about -- they're looking more. And and what exactly where this investigation stands and ordered a hold that carry that news conference wives and nobody else. Gonna miss a single. Development in this case -- Holland Tunnel was talking today about all the various mistakes that have been made in reporting this story. -- imagine being a seventeen year old high school student and -- Seeing your picture on the cover of the New York involved described. As -- bag man in an article about the marathon bombings. A lot -- did it. He saw the picture circled in red it was also all over social media yesterday. But guess what he didn't do it now the police have cleared his name which by the -- didn't make -- -- any easier. Everywhere I go to just. I just. Don't want to look at people as an independent -- going to be an employee -- -- how could you did it. -- would you even do this. He got you so many people you killed. Eight years old -- Because I -- -- got people engine. How you that you would you do if they're found benefit so horrible after what she did. But. If you look at look at it it was a unique. -- just a little perspective or seventeen years old obviously the world revolves around seventeen year olds Diana and he said today that what he's worried most about is that -- his picture on the cover of the New York Post regarding this story certainly isn't gonna help his chances of getting into college and he now and that's certainly something a seventeen year old is thinking about bad about his mainly -- -- -- my heart goes out to his mother. Well you know his brother's sad that his mom. -- was very upset about this that originally she was worried that he might have been involved in something he should have been involved in. Again the police have completely clear his name we don't want -- Leaving any misgivings about that he is innocent and as -- and there because he loves to run again.

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