Was it actually an innovative Israeli-made technology that snagged the Tsarnaev brothers?


May 9, 2013  JERUSALEM — It’s a Bond-like scenario: There are thousands of hours of film, and lives depend on isolating a single image from the morass of footage.
This is what the FBI faced in the immediate hours following the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15.
Raw images from store-owned security cameras, city-operated closed-circuit television (CCTV), and sketchy cellphone footage from private citizens had authorities scrambling to identify the culprits amid an ocean of both runners and spectators inside each frame.
But was it actually an innovative Israeli-made technology that snagged the Tsarnaev brothers, who allegedly committed the crime? [Read more…]