Mass Confusion over Boston Marathon Terror
The sad thing is that the mass confusion is where conspiracy theories come from.
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Representatives of Congress, the FBI, and Boston law enforcement gave conflicting and unclear information about what they knew or did not know—or would reveal—about potential suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing Monday that killed three people and injured at least 144 others.
In a chaotic Monday evening press conference, Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis stressed there was no suspect in custody at Brighman and Women’s Hospital in the Massachusetts capital. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), the Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, told CNN he had been told there was a suspect in custody. Rich Deslauriers, the FBI special agent assigned to the case, simply refused to answer questions.
“I want to stress one thing,” Davis repeatedly said at an evening press conference that left more questions than answers. “There is no suspect at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.”