Friday, April 26, 2013

Was There A Third Bomber In Boston? Congressman Thinks More Arrests Will Be Made

According to Catherine Herridge at Fox News, the FBI has not ruled out the possibility of a third suspect in the Boston Marathon jihadist bombing (Twitchy).
...Evidence that the two bombs were detonated not by a cell phone but by parts ripped from a toy car remote control suggest that whoever triggered the explosions had to have been in the line of sight of the bombs.
Further, the instructions the Tsarnaev brothers were believed to have followed to construct the pressure cooker bombs didn’t mention the remote control method of detonation, though a search of their computers might turn up a source for that information.

A US Congressman thinks there will be more arrests made as well:
“I hear a lot of definitive statements out there that it was just these two men and it’s over, but I will tell you I hear these briefings every day, and I don’t think this is over,” said U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican who chairs the House Committee on Intelligence. “There are clearly more persons of interest, and they’re not 100 percent sure if there aren’t other explosives.”
Rogers also blasted officials for Mirandizing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, saying he could have given more information about the potential attack on Times Square by him and his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev — and whether others were involved in the marathon attack.
“I think this was a serious and possibly a dangerous set of decisions made,” said Rogers, a former FBI agent. “There’s going to be more arrests, I do believe. … This is incredibly important, and once he got a lawyer — which the citizens of Boston and America are paying for — he stopped cooperating.”
Well it wouldn't surprise me if there are more people involved.

Now we're finding out that the jihad mommy of the two Tsarnaev bombers was on a terror watch list for the past 18 months. The ball was dropped so many times in this whole investigation that a bunch of people should be losing their jobs over this.

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