On Sept. 13, 2013 a federal grand jury in Boston returned a superseding indictment adding a third college student and friend as a defendant in the aftermath case. That young student, a U.S. citizen currently free on bond, was charged with making false statements. There were no changes to the original August 2013 charges against Dias Kadyrbayev and the other young man from Kazakhstan. The only change was the addition of the third defendant.
Criminal defense attorney Robert G. Stahl, from Stahl Gasiorowski Criminal Defense Lawyers in New York City and Westfield, New Jersey, briefly answered reporters questions on the courthouse steps.
As you will see in the video clips, complete linked new video and print news reports, Mr. Stahl repeated his assertion that Dias was innocent and said he and his client were looking forward to proving that at trial.