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FBI takes computer from NJ sister of bomb suspects

The FBI on Friday removed a computer from the New Jersey home of a sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. Police said she was cooperating with the investigation and was "heartbroken, surprised and upset," though she told reporters she wasn't sure the accusations against her brothers were true. Police in West New York, who did not immediately release the woman's name, cordoned off the three-story brick building across the Hudson River from New York City as federal agents remained inside. Public records listed an Ailina Tsarnaev as living at the address. The woman told agents that she had not been in contact with her brothers for years, said West New York Police Director Michael Indri, who confirmed she was a sister of the bombing suspects. Speaking earlier through a crack in the door, the woman told News12 New Jersey and The Star-Ledger that she is sorry for the families that lost loved ones "the same way I lost my loved one." "I'm hurt for everyone that's been hurt," she told the TV station and newspaper. Her brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was killed overnight in a shootout with police outside Boston. Her younger brother remains at large. "He was a great person," the woman said of her dead brother. "I thought I knew him. I never would have expected that from him. He is a kind and loving man. The cops took his life away just the same way he took others' lives away, if that's even true. At the end of the day, no one knows the truth." "I have no idea what got into them," she said. Indri said the woman was cooperating with the FBI. "She's heartbroken, surprised and upset like we all are," he said. A woman who described herself as a friend of Ailina Tsarnaev described a different relationship between the woman and the elder brother. The FBI on Friday removed a computer from the New Jersey home of a sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. Police said she was cooperating with the investigation and was "heartbroken, surprised and upset," though she told reporters she wasn't sure the accusations against her brothers were true. Police in West New York, who did not immediately release the woman's name, cordoned off the three-story brick building across the Hudson River from New York City as federal agents remained inside. Public records listed an Ailina Tsarnaev as living at the address. The woman told agents that she had not been in contact with her brothers for years, said West New York Police Director Michael Indri, who confirmed she was a sister of the bombing suspects. Speaking earlier through a crack in the door, the woman told News12 New Jersey and The Star-Ledger that she is sorry for the families that lost loved ones "the same way I lost my loved one." "I'm hurt for everyone that's been hurt," she told the TV station and newspaper. Her brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was killed overnight in a shootout with police outside Boston. Her younger brother remains at large. "He was a great person," the woman said of her dead brother. "I thought I knew him. I never would have expected that from him. He is a kind and loving man. The cops took his life away just the same way he took others' lives away, if that's even true. At the end of the day, no one knows the truth." "I have no idea what got into them," she said. Indri said the woman was cooperating with the FBI. "She's heartbroken, surprised and upset like we all are," he said. A woman who described herself as a friend of Ailina Tsarnaev described a different relationship between the woman and the elder brother.

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