As someone who was in Boston at the time, I completely approve of them keeping people indoors while they hunted for that homicidal animal. This was a guy who was shooting automatic weapons and lobbing pressure-cooker bombs down a suburban street packed full of families. I've yet to see one person make a convincing argument about why having to stay indoors while he was dealt with was such a terrible infringement on my rights. In fact, it probably saved lives. I'm getting so tired of people making a ridiculous 'slippery slope' argument, partly informed it seems by the 'Red Dawn' or 1984-inspired paranoid fantasies of rightwing talk-radio blowhards. Martial law is not going to be declared across America. Drones aren't going to hunt you down because of your politics. Feds aren't going to take your guns. Worry more about who Facebook is selling your private information to, than government troops marching down your sidewalk.