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Back to our breaking news now in Boston a couple hours ago the FBI releasing video and images.
Two suspects at the scene of Monday's bombings and they called them suspects.
Young men in baseball caps from the FBI is calling suspect number one screen left.
Suspect number two screen right and now officials asking for your help and identifying them.
With me now my colleague Fox News anchor great show -- attorney Greg good evening to you there were in New York.
It is important to stress how critical and vital.
At this point investigation these images in the video and how vital they can be.
You're right bill -- their critical not only because they can allegedly identify the bombers but during the course of a trial.
They provide the sequence of events leading up to.
The explosion remember you see two guys one of whom is seen on the videotape according the FBI literally dropping off the backpack where.
There was an explosion.
And a -- -- -- moments before the blast that is incredibly powerful circumstantial evidence.
It also shows flight is consciousness of guilt bill.
-- that is interesting because the FBI said that comment tonight about suspect number two and they say they have videotape evidence.
Of him leaving that bomb at the scene now what other evidence could be important here Greg.
The debris field is a wealth of direct evidence because in particular.
They may be able to identify the underwriters laboratory serial number on one or more of the pressure cookers.
That could lead to the store where it was sold and the people who purchased it remember bill in 1993.
In a World Trade Center bombing.
It was a small identification number in the debris field found on the axle of the exploding band that led to the -- truck rental in New Jersey and that's how they nabbed the killers.
Now as we move forward if there is an arrest if there's an apprehension what kind of charges.
Could be filed in the case like -- defense could filed terrorism charges.
Against these suspects.
That is you know an act of violence intended to -- worse the government or intimidate.
The general population that carries the death penalty as well as exploding a weapon of mass destruction.
This state could charge.
Murder charges in up to 200 attempted murder charges but remember.
Massachusetts abolish the death penalty in 1984.
So only the feds can seek death.
Well thank you Greg Greg Jarrett in our studios there were in New York thank you so much -- appreciate that and the.
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