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-- the new suspects charged in connection with the Boston bombing are natives of classic stand.
Earlier this year -- not -- Jiaka up reportedly visited his homeland.
So let me know but has expanded Korean ambassador John Bolton joins us lot of tension has -- what's the history.
Well it said former republic -- the Soviet Union it's so worked very closely with the United States since it became independent it's a member of the partnership for peace the program that.
Contemplates eventually joining.
NATO I don't think this indicates we have a terrorist problem with his accent because there's actually quite -- history.
We don't know about these two fellows who were arrested today but.
At the end of World War II Joseph style and in effect that deported internally perhaps is much of -- as a third of the population.
Too because -- stand -- -- -- -- other parts of the former Soviet Union because he accused the Chechens and others from the caucuses.
Of collaborating with the Nazis now when.
But it but then a lot left in the ninety's then and in the past decade during the war with Russia.
So it's entirely possible that the these two individuals.
Have some connection with the Chechens who are in.
His accent outcry -- accused of racial profiling here but looking at the picture of the two people arrested today I'd say they could be ethnic.
Because act so I don't.
I don't think you are any combat I don't I don't I don't think you can say they're necessarily -- -- so although there that the relations have been close us that this actually adds another dimension I think to the international questions that were faced.
Tied the -- injury but the whole issue of Bob the Russians notifying the Americans and maybe -- they get paying even when he left temporal and left the United States.
But at some point according to news reports is that the Russians did didn't follow -- did some surveillance of them.
Once -- and and I ended up in Russia but -- at some point it and it seemed that ended when.
Eight Canadian extremists who was killed in in some -- in southern Russia.
Have a minute lost him yes well the Russian interest.
Clearly is they fear.
Renewed Chechen terrorism throughout Russia.
The kind of terrorism like that this -- schooled the hostage taking the theater in Moscow.
Subway bombings in cities in Russia.
So they've got plenty of interest to watch people they think -- -- terrorist and I think their cooperation with us.
Two years ago and tipping us off about him was they weren't sure whether he was getting ready to commit terrorism in Russia.
Or somewhere else they wanted they wanted -- help the Russians have their own agenda here I'm not paying them is the guys in the white hats.
But but bear interest here -- they've got a they've got a reason to watch out for this sort of thing and it's another reason we should have taken a more serious.
Estimation and lost when they lost him in Russia stuff fond of they would expect -- he'd pick up -- Russian passport I guess that the reason even went to -- at -- -- -- there's a Catholic -- give them -- -- -- the tag up and get the passport.
But then Tamil and left quite -- heard late.
Never got his Russian past forty would -- thought that was a tip off to the Russians and the United States.
Well absolutely I mean that this is this is part of what I think congress or somebody's gonna need to investigate.
Another ball drop I would have to say given the way the Russian security services operate.
Very unusual on their part and if they were in fact in communication with the United States.
And said that that should have been a real red flag -- we're certainly interested in him an imminent government and quite maybe not in great depth but they weren't civilian death well I think part of their their ability to cover this was limited by the fact obviously because accent is an independent country -- not that that inhibits the Russian security services but it does put them in some distance and that's -- -- he says thank you.
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