More Questions After Boston Bombing Suspect Nabbed

by Ryan on April 21, 2013

in Crime,War on Terror

Roughly 24 hours after releasing the photos of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one was dead and the other in custody.  Dzhokhar will face terrorism charges and ultimately be executed for his part in all of this.  However unsatisfying it may be, hopefully he can answer some questions, especially for the families of the dead and wounded who need some kind of closure.

However, of all the questions which remain, none is more ominous than this one:  did they act alone?

The House wants some info from the Obama Administration about Tamerlan, who the FBI was asked to approach by an undisclosed foreign government in 2011 before his trip to Russia, where many believe he was radicalized and trained.  If any of that is true, then these two Chechnyans might have been part of a larger cell.  The FBI is already on the case.

As the days go by, we should continue to learn more.  Kudos to law enforcement for being able to bring in at least one of the suspects alive — that couldn’t have been easy.

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Ron Russell April 22, 2013 at 6:53 pm

I would suspect now that the suspect has a lawyer and has been read his rights, very little new information will be forthcoming.


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