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    A Fox affiliate’s unfortunate error.

    Everyone makes mistakes sometimes, even closed captioning writers. Few of their foibles have been quite as jarring, though, as the recent replacement of actress Zooey Deschanel's name with that of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. During coverage of the police manhunt that aired Friday on Fox 4-Dallas Fort Worth, as the reporter spoke about the suspect, the screen read, "He is 19-year-old Zooey Deschanel..." Noticing the mistake, Peter Ogburn, a radio show producer and writer, took to Twitter with, "Oh come on, Fox"—using the platform's short text rule very much to his advantage. After catching wind of the unsettling news, Deschanel tweeted, "Whoa. Epic closed captioning FAIL."

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    Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Women

    Katherine Russell is not the only woman who loved him.

    With the international spotlight focused on Katherine Russell, Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s widow and the mother of his child, the alleged Boston Marathon bomber had a number of women who loved him. In 2010, he married Katherine Russell, an all-American girl from Rhode Island. She converted to Islam, and the couple now has a 3-year-old daughter. Now, her family has issued a statement saying, “We now know we never really knew Tamerlan Tsarnaev.” Nadine Ascencao, 25, of Brookline, Massachusetts, who dated Tsarnaev in high school, says he “wasn’t like that [radical] at all,” although court records indicate that Ascencao claimed Tsarnaev once slapped him. Ascencao did admit that he could sometimes act like a bully, but “in high school, everybody acts like that.” Ascencao said she was shocked by Tsarnaev’s alleged role in the bombing. And of course there’s Tsarnaev’s mother, whose other son, Dzhokhar, has also been accused in the bombing. Alyssa Lindley Kilzer describes how when she received facials from Zubeidat Tsarnaeva for years in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Zubeidat always talked about her family. In recent years, Lindley Kilzer writes that Zubeidat told her 9/11 was a government conspiracy, and Zubeidat knew so because “my son knows all about it.”

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    Injured Boston Dancer Vows Comeback

    “I absolutely want to dance again.”

    A dancer who lost a foot in the Boston Marathon bombing said she refused to let the bombing ruin her spirit, vowing, “I absolutely want to dance again.” Adrianne Haslet, a ballroom dance instructor at Arthur Murray Studios in Boston, was watching the marathon with her husband, U.S. Airman Adam Davis, who had just returned from Afghanistan. The pair were knocked to the ground, and she says, “We sat up and I said, ‘Wait, my foot hurts.’ And then he held up my foot and we both just screamed bloody murder.” Davis used his belt to make a tourniquet around her leg, and she was taken to Boston Medical Center, where her foot was amputated. Haslet, who appeared on the cover of the Boston Herald, told ABC News that she shared her story because “I just want people to know that you can come out of a situation that might seem like the end of the world and come out stronger.”

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    Marathon Manhunt

    Bombing Suspect's Widow Wore Veil

    According to neighbors, Tamerlan Tsarnaev's wife (not pictured) adopted the hijab and rarely left the house after converting to Islam.

    According to the U.K.'s Telegraph, neighbors of Katherine Russell (not pictured)—the widow of slain Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev—say the young wife had adopted the Islamic veil and rarely left the house after converting to Islam. The 24-year-old, who reportedly became a Muslim after her freshman year at Boston's Suffolk University, where she majored in communications but did not receive a degree. Neighbors also told the paper that Russell's father is a Navy vet and an EMT in Providence, Rhode Island, while her mother is a nurse. Russell also reportedly has two younger sisters, and a young daughter with Tsarnaev.

    Russell's family confirmed her connection to the Boston bombing suspect yesterday in a statement that said they "cannot begin to comprehend how this horrible tragedy occurred" and asked for privacy. "Our daughter has lost her husband today, the father of her child," Russell's parents said in a statement. "In the aftermath of the President's Day horror, we know that we never knew Tamerlane Tsarnaev."