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Now the former assistant director of the FBI's Los Angeles field office Richard Garcia is -- Richard good afternoon thank you.
Good afternoon their actions.
You know it -- it's entirely possible everything is possible it's possible they're just such good buddies his first thought was well I got to help my friend.
But this is the same person who knew then -- Then his friend had murdered people and -- people -- terrorized the nation that it it just not the kind of decision a man of opposite mine would make.
Well that's truly he's really don't know that understand.
Technically the maturity and individual organize eagerness of the individual what actually is going to be team.
Results of their actions and I'm sure that now after sitting in jail and this complaint in file.
-- after they're going to be actually really realize and to what extent -- problems that we're going to be now with the federal government.
I guess what you don't wanna do initially is overcharged.
You charge what you need to charge some get the process go just like the holding charge that was this violation about which Catherine's report.
Well when you have a person of interest and such and you -- to talk to them you do try to check to see if there's an outstanding warrants or other things that might be able to.
Have you detain individuals were two reasons one to prevent a person from a good knowledge that you might be interest and and they've taken quite matured become fugitive.
-- -- you have some place where you can talk to them regularly and determine what extent that human correct information out of them returned the evidence case.
That the the allegation in India affidavit on page two.
-- Tangible objects belong to -- and I have.
It's been mainly a laptop computer and backpack containing fireworks.
And win the intent to impede obstruct an influence the criminal investigation.
Of the of the marathon bombings that goes on to say that another the second of the three suspects knowingly and willfully made material false misstatements.
To federal law enforcement investigators during a terrorism investigation certain these are extremely.
Yes they are and the extent of the complaint and the their intentions was but it seems to be very.
Content to what you're doing have not just something.
So what -- do this you know what I don't know what's gonna happen they have some thoughts from.
This -- -- if I'm investigators.
I wanna know.
What they knew in advance and I wanna know how they made this decision you you can put this off on youth youthful night to today if you want to.
But that that nineteen year -- old enough to go to war for this nation.
And and that nineteen year old is alone in college and supposed to be able to make decisions for him himself.
And he did and he made a decision.
That allowed these two terrorists to go back and murder a police officer after that and who the hell knows what would happen if they could have done what they want it.
I'm guessing that our government is gonna throw the book at these people as hard and as far as it -- Well the evidence that's it builds up the government will actually go after him for everything they can.
And if you look at that to the point the backpacks one thing but taking the laptop computer and destroying that.
Nowadays the young individuals they're going to school and the people -- -- up live -- electronic world they know the value of data they know the value of hard drives and computers and however this can -- there.
-- taking that out there that you showed more of the culpability what they're actually trying to do.
Good of you to be here thank you very much at.
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