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‘The evil are few.The good are many’; Jake Tapper tweets pics from memorial!/jaketapper/status/327101963701452800

As Twitchy reported, Bostonians had been gathering daily at a memorial on Boylston Street. That memorial has now been relocated.

The #BostonMarathon memorial being moved from Boylston st to Copley Square. Multiple trucks are being used…

— Janet Wu (@JanetWuOn7) April 23, 2013

CNN’s Jake Tapper tweeted out some photos of the newly relocated memorial.

“The evil are few.The good are many. Good wins every time.”…

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 24, 2013

More from the memorial…

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 24, 2013

Rest in peace. We will never forget.

Dr. Jill Biden stopped by the memorial today. Unlike her shameful buffoon of a husband, Vice President Biden, she did not call the bombing suspects “knock-off jihadis.”

Dr Jill Biden just arrived to pay her respects at the Boylston memorial #Boston #BostonStrong #7News

— Adam Harding (@AdamHardingNews) April 24, 2013

Dr. Jill Biden stopped by the Boylston St memorial in Boston for a short time. Many onlookers thanked her for coming #bostonmarathon

— Alex Moe (@AlexNBCNews) April 24, 2013

Dr. Jill Biden looking at the Boylston St memorial in Boston #bostonstrong

— Alex Moe (@AlexNBCNews) April 24, 2013


Boston citizens continue to gather at the memorial, and are posting photos as well.

Nothing’s more touching than the makeshift memorial for the victims in Copley Square. And it’s a beautiful day to walk down Boylston again💙💛

— Erin (@e_sayre) April 24, 2013

On Boylston street and just went by the memorial for the bombings. I’m gonna be sad for the rest of the day 🙁

— Annie Goguen (@anniegoguen) April 24, 2013

Boylston Street reopens. Memorial to Boston Marathon bombing victims has been moved to Copley Square. #BostonStrong…

— 360 Public Relations (@360PR) April 24, 2013

Boylston is open again! Lots of people stopping to look at the relocated memorial in Copley.

— Amanda N. (@CallMeDer) April 24, 2013

Boston’s Boylston Street reopened today, where a makeshift memorial for last week’s bombing victims is:…

— Hussein Saddique (@Hassouny) April 24, 2013

People leaving personal messages at memorial on Boylston

— Victoria Warren (@vwarrenon7) April 24, 2013

Heading to Boylston to see the memorial. #BostonStrong

— James Lohan(@jimmyj7377) April 24, 2013

Just walked Boylston and stopped at the Copley memorial. Upsetting and comforting.…

— Joy Richard (@JoyMarie8386) April 24, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Boston.


At Copley Square #boston memorial will need dozens of these cards to hold sentiments of all here…

— Chris Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) April 24, 2013


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