The FBI was tipped to Boston bombing suspect number one still could not confirm he was a terrorist. News 92 FM’s Dennis Spellman looks at whether the agency dropped the ball.
Brad Garrett is a former FBI agent so he may see things differently than the agency’s critics and he says there is evidence that the two Boston bombing suspects acted alone. He notes that one of the pressure cooker bombs didn’t properly explode which makes him wonder if they’d ever tested these devices.
Still Tamerlan Tsarnaev, suspect number one, did spend six month overseas in Russia and some think that’s where he learned to make the bombs, not on the internet as his brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, claims.