Beena SarwarApril 27, 2013 09:23
Commentary: American values live; Pakistan gives impunity to criminals.
A makeshift memorial in Copley Square, near the site of one of the Boston Marathon bombings, on April 24, 2013. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Historic Copley Square is one of my favorite places in my adopted city of Boston. This is where, last month, we held a vigil against Shia killings in Pakistan. This is where runners at the Annual Patriots’ Day Marathon cross the finish line at Boylston Street past the majestic public library. And this is where, on April 15, two bombs exploded, disrupting the idyllic scene of the marathon on a crisp, sunny Monday afternoon.