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‘The evil are few.The good are many’; Jake Tapper tweets pics from memorial

http://twitter.com/#!/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 twitter.com/JanetWuOn7/sta…

— 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.” twitter.com/jaketapper/sta…

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 24, 2013

More from the memorial twitter.com/jaketapper/sta…

— 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 instagram.com/p/Yf4T6iTAq6/

— Alex Moe (@AlexNBCNews) April 24, 2013

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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 twitter.com/360PR/status/3…

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

Boylston is open again! Lots of people stopping to look at the relocated memorial in Copley. twitpic.com/clks03

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

Boston’s Boylston Street reopened today, where a makeshift memorial for last week’s bombing victims is: twitter.com/Hassouny/statu…

— Hussein Saddique (@Hassouny) April 24, 2013

People leaving personal messages at memorial on Boylston #7Newsvia.me/-blz229g

— 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. twitter.com/JoyMarie8386/s…

— Joy Richard (@JoyMarie8386) April 24, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Boston.

Update:

At Copley Square #boston memorial will need dozens of these cards to hold sentiments of all here twitter.com/ChrisCuomo/sta…

— Chris Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) April 24, 2013

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Full Twitchy coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing

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