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Known as we -- we're trying to piece together this information as is everybody else about these two Brothers.
About what their motives might have been.
What jumps out at you because these are these are two guys who have been in the United States.
For a long time they pretty much they're not originally from here but they pretty much grew up here how -- the night this happened.
Well something like this happens.
As we know sadly had only too well body.
If people searching for themselves and in many respects -- -- looking for.
For themselves not finding them -- -- hot time into grazing.
I mean this and thought he's a kind of a classic -- Virginia all -- teens and early twenty's to have those kind of crises -- are you looking for something big and it's the time when people join gangs.
On the people become radicalized by an associations.
With others in many different farms.
And it sounds like in -- this case of these two young man that -- talking about.
But given that backgrounds of coming out says communities that have been brutalized not by violence -- -- time.
They have from what -- also hearing.
One of them at least was by acted in the social media.
I was very -- -- about lodge says developments.
That lead doc had to Russia Chechnya on and -- caucuses.
That they found out on possibly as -- too personal -- -- mission here and I guess -- as time unfolds we'll find out what that.
They have involved with any of those but it's perfectly plausible it's just the two of them acting together as Brothers.
Radicalized in each other and egging each other on to do something to take some kind of action to make some kind of statement.
If they've been in the United States and we don't know precisely how long that -- the reports have very little bit but let's say that they've been in the US for the last ten years or so which means that they spent maybe the first.
Eight to 1213.
Years of their lives.
In a part of the world is as we mentioned it's all too familiar with the with the violence.
Explain to our audience.
Who who who may have heard -- chest -- at some point in time they know.
That there are separatist rebels who would like to break away from Russia.
Who are fighting with the Russians.
But -- given us a sense of what these.
What these men these young men might have experience.
In the first sort of decade of their lives growing up in this part of the world.
Yes if you -- -- the history of the last twenty as of Chechnya which actually -- perceives that does.
-- -- best we've gone through two rounds of wall with Russia since 1990 -- -- of Boris Yeltsin just after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The Russian -- she invented -- I ended December of 1990 full.
-- -- was three -- as a really brutal conflicts.
That was very much on the front pages of the headlines so around the world on a regular basis.
The Russians and the Texans signed a peace treaty in the late 1990s.
And then in 992000.
Just as Vladimir Putin is coming into the Kremlin.
The wall breaks out again.
And Vladimir Putin has been pretty much.
Focused on suppressing not all it while was tended to a counterinsurgency.
Operations in the early two thousands.
And on to the conduct of the security services they access speed of pharma KGB eight.
And really wasn't until just the last couple of -- has.
The tension was seen by the Russian government is being -- and all the senses about supposed to to -- It's now under the Contra all all of strong -- and Amazon can veto if there is very close to -- testimony.
But there was violence across the -- of the surrounding region including -- his -- Whether to young men seem to -- family members and -- even spend some caution of that use.
And -- based on in many respects has become one of the most violent -- of the Russian Federation with a pretty much daily repulse.
Of clashes between.
But -- radicalized militants on the local -- season.
Assassination of local -- is on the kinds of violence that we just on Boston perpetrated against innocent people.
Explosions and mock a player says in the streets.
On this kind of information about what's happening that is on -- to.
If anyone who wants to go behind the headlines -- an awful lot of information what's happening on the ground even if you know that.
Fiona hill with the Brookings Institution with some.
Very interesting insight on dangerous part of the world.
We understand that these two these two suspects.
One now dead from that from this part of the world feel to thank you very much appreciate you joining us.
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