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-- the hunt goes on for one of the surviving the only surviving suspect as far as we know in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing of Monday.
Nineteen year old Joseph -- surname -- but Chechen immigrant his -- 26 year old brother -- Irwin was killed after a police pursuit in the middle of the night.
But whether he died at the hands of police bullets or or whether he died through some kind of a self inflicted -- explosion.
Yet to be determined let's continue our conversation with Christopher Voss a former FBI special agent and hostage negotiator police very much want to take this guy alive.
How do they do that I mean they are going to be on a hair trigger one of their brother officers and MIT policeman was killed in the middle of the night apparently at the hands.
Of one or both of these guys another officer.
Gravely wounded how -- they take him alive under the circumstance.
Well John they're taking a very deliberate approach as this goes down there's the coordination of the massive amount of resources they have at the scene anyway.
Is being done very deliberately there there -- what's known as -- cautiously aggressive approach.
They understand that this is an extremely dangerous individual and that there's no point in taking unnecessary risk.
So they want to slowly move in they're taking their time going through Watertown.
And just narrow it down.
Slice the pie if you will.
And just slowly move in on him so that no one gets surprised when when they have them in a in a position where there's certain worries that.
And they're gonna do their best to communicate with.
If he's by himself he's not going to be able to inflict -- more harm that he's expressed that he wants to conflict and it would really be pointless.
To try to.
Continue to commit violence and is known as best avenue may be by being -- -- Let's hope that they can and this thing without any more bloodshed there has been far too much already Christopher -- retired.
From the FBI as a hostage negotiator Christopher.
John thank you very much.
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