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A producer for Fox News Channel on Tuesday interviewed one of the roommates of the Saudi Arabian man who's been questioned by authorities in the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The roommate, who was identified as Mohammed Hassan Bada by the Boston Herald earlier in the day, was asked by the producer if he thought his friend was responsible for the deadly explosions. As he told the Herald, Bada once again expressed doubt that his roommate had a role in the bombings.
After being pressed by the producer, Bada, with a bookbag strapped on his back, grew frustrated.
"Let me go to school, dude," Bada said, after placing his palms over his face in exasperation.
The suburban Boston apartment where the men live was searched by state and local law enforcement beginning late Monday night and extending to Tuesday morning. Bada's roommate, still unidentified, has been questioned by authorities while undergoing treatment at a Boston hospital for injuries sustained in Monday's blasts. He has not been charged.