(Updates with parents also saying sons were framed, rebuke from congressman)
As reporters scrutinized the lives of the Boston bombing suspects, a woman who said she was their aunt berated reporters and said her nephews may have been set up. Later, the suspects' parents joined in claims that they had been framed.
Few of us would be as poised as we might like to imagine if news cameras were suddenly in our faces. And Maret Tsarnaeva was reeling from allegations that her nephews, one dead and one on the run, carried out the worst domestic terror attack since 9/11.
But she still came off as argumentative and condescending at a time when others are pleading for understanding.
"You guys, I wish you were lawyers like me, because when I listen and speak..." she told reporters at one point, before the...