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A major development in the Boston bombing investigation we now know.
That at least two American security organizations were tipped off by the Russians about the alleged radicalization.
Of one of the suspects.
But no lord your alarm bells went off.
Each day now seems to bring with -- another confusing or conflicting statements from administration officials on some elements of this investigation.
His intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge has tonight's top story -- -- US intelligence official confirms to Fox News that the CIA was contacted by the Russian counterparts.
In September 2011 and presented with -- virtually the same information the FBI was given since months six months earlier.
That the Russians believed -- or nine it was a follower of radical Islam and want to join an overseas terrorist group.
Fox News is told at the CIA's request -- -- named two possible dates of birth.
And a very and -- his name was entered into -- government database of known and suspected terrorists.
A new intelligence bulletin review by Fox News concludes based on new forensic analysis that the Boston -- most likely relied on components from remote control toy cars for the detonation.
The FBI and Homeland Security bulletin to local state and federal law enforcement -- part quote.
Each device likely incorporate an electric fusing system.
Using components from remote control toy cars such as the transmitter and receiver -- and elect XP controller used as a switch mechanism.
Republican congressman Mike McCall is regularly briefed on the investigation of -- Bomb that you don't see every day and and so.
I personally in my judgment is they had training.
Performed by either either an individual or individuals.
-- are still at large.
Throughout the day is in Boston where the vice president attended service for the MIT police officers shot dead during last week's manhunt.
The administration struggled to reconcile -- conflicting statements on the marathon bombing investigation and potential ties to overseas extremists.
Whether it's al-Qaeda central on the hunt club.
Or to twist that the -- Cowardly hot coffee gotti's.
-- they do what they do.
Secure tradition of the -- -- Brothers as homegrown terrorists with no foreign ties prompted sharp questions at the White House briefing.
That investigation is not complete and we're not gonna make any conclusions until we have all the facts.
Well it's not clear whether secretary of state Kerry's comments in Belgium were based on intelligence briefings he told reporters came in the six month trip to Russia -- -- -- twelve is key.
We just had a young person who went to Russia and Chechnya.
Who blew people -- in Boston.
So -- didn't stay where he went but he learned something where he went and he came back with a willingness to kill people.
At the White House -- State Department briefings -- -- by reporters the administration appeared to dial back even criticized secretary carries assessment.
The secretary was simply expressing.
Growing concern about radicalism.
And not necessarily offering any more specific at specific information about this case -- the context of how that came up is really radicalism.
But I think it in a situation like this we ought to let the investigators do their work.
And not jump to conclusions as the president said on Friday.
-- US intelligence official insists the information was shared appropriately.
By the CIA with the FBI homeland security and other agencies adding that the agency review like the FBI review found no derogatory information.
Two years before the bombings --
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