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Yeah -- with somebody clearly frame.
I don't know who exactly -- them but they did he puts it to a friend of the union and they were so Caroline that they shot the -- -- He's standing yeah.
What else what do you seek government agencies -- stuff shown evidence and didn't your vehicle yeah.
As the father and add to the two accused Boston bombers they remain skeptical.
That the two boys are responsible for Monday's deadly bombings they think the boys were quote framed.
Is there something we don't know -- is this -- indeed to Niall let's talk about the psychology of the bombers as well doctor Keith out -- Is a psychiatrist and member of the Fox News medical -- hi -- Hi how are you what are you hear when you hear the father and aunts there railing against people and obviously could be these boys are -- in denial or is this part of the problem.
-- did parents.
And their relatives are -- always blaming other people.
Well look I don't -- call -- denial because you hear other relatives of these men.
Saying how horrified they are how reprehensible this is and so as a psychiatrist and a forensic psychiatrist myself you have to think about the crucible.
In which these young men were created and they were created partly surrounded by people.
Who are rejecting a fact.
And who could have left those boys feeling by the way very isolated psychologically and emotionally -- that they felt very impoverished.
In terms of their internal worlds even depressed.
In fact we know that the older 126.
Year old one who is considered sort of the ringleader.
Did he says that he didn't have any friends in the United States -- -- understand Americans he.
Did feel isolated there are reports that there was a domestic violence incidents incident against at his then girlfriend.
Is this another case of one of these twenty something year old.
Men who somehow feel ostracized.
And then you know become.
We'll let us say this there are many roads to radicalization.
One of those roads made lead through mental illness.
Perhaps those recruits sure most.
To radicals are folks who feel that they have nothing.
Who feel they have no future.
Who feel they've been ostracized -- -- true or not because major depression or depression can by the way make you feel that even if it isn't so.
We also know the older man.
Was a boxer.
So we know that he would have sustained repeated head trauma.
Now listen I'm not saying this is responsible for what I'm saying is as a forensic psychiatrist just like the FBI investigates.
I would have to investigate and go back and say how did he become ripe for the picking.
By radicals and that may be a psychiatric question.
And -- -- is it possible.
What we have seen warning signs as someone becomes more radical.
Should there have been a red flag somewhere in his personality.
Absolutely number one we have reports that he beat his girlfriend OK.
Number two he was on a watch list so that that's a separate matter.
But the fact that he is saying things to other parties about feeling ostracized feeling as if he can't connect with anyone.
That he was reportedly.
Arrested for some kind of assault and battery.
This impulsive -- -- linked with an impoverished interior world yeah end tying in if you kept track of it.
That you worry about the guy be in a radical that's a formula for disaster.
Let's hope we can learn something from all of this experience -- outlook thanks so much for your analysis.
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