The lead investigators of the Boston Marathon terror attack are at federal offices right now to meet and discuss whether to release a surveillance video to the public for help in identifying people in the video, an official said.
No decision has been made yet on whether to release it, said Christina DiIorio-Sterling of the U.S. Attorney's office..
She cautioned against speculation about possible suspects and packages in images of the Marathon crowds. Today, the New York Post printed photos of two men -- widely circulated on the Internet -- that the paper said have been e-mailed to law enforcement.
"Unless someone from the media is in possession of a photo from the FBI, they should consider it not credible," DiIorio-Sterling said.
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