Pinpointing the suspect of the Boston Marathon bombings

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April 16, 2013, 8:14 am
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(NECN) – Peter Krause of Boston College joins NECN to talk about potential scenarios for what happened behind the scenes of the Boston Marathon bombings.

Krause says that it could be one of three possible suspects, a lone wolf, a terrorist organization, or a deranged individual.

He says the Boston Marathon is a good target because it is a world-famous event. He said that the possibility of terrorists is slim because the fact that there were plenty of cameras, and that the fear was thwarted when people ran to save others.

For the full interview, watch the attached video.

Tags: suspect, Peter Krause, motive, Boston Marathon bombings
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