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Now American -- -- Law -- Justice chief counsel -- -- hello from Nashville and former federal prosecutor David raskin who is with me in New York.
Good evening gentlemen.
-- Exactly what you said and that is it's not -- the president's narrative.
And you know this whole self radicalized idea.
You know what's the difference between learning about radical Jihad ism.
Up from on it imam at a mosque in learning it over from an imam on the Internet that's not self radicalize it's again this is this is coordinated.
So it's not getting the narrative that's number one and number two.
It's the terminology used here how -- deal -- -- we know there was -- now we've got three more these are not lone wolf this was someone organize this someone paid for this.
And someone -- for to happen and it it could it be the two Brothers and then the three accomplices that try to hide the weapons.
That -- utilized after the fact.
Or were they part of it before we'll find out I guess solicit Mortimer denies -- which I'm sure -- capsule will not be talking.
I but I think it's just not been in the narrative judge that's that that what you said is right they're not stop adding that there have been this whole self radicalized idea.
We've got to get off this there's technology now and where we need to know about.
All right Ed and David -- you tried the is Zacharias Moussaoui case and and that that was a case that.
Involved one of the planners of the 9/11 attack.
And -- you're very familiar with as a means to do it does it make a difference to you whether or not they were self radicalized or whether temporal and went back and was trained.
In his homeland of Dagestan.
Well of course it matters in terms of national security in terms of the prosecution itself.
The eagle and then elements of the offense don't require that somebody be radicalized in the United States or abroad.
So if you talk about a prosecution.
It doesn't make it different in terms of protecting the homeland right obviously makes a huge difference.
Are right in and what when when Eric Holder which is sought.
Said that you know with the magistrate who gave him his rights will you and I -- -- of course it's a judge gives a right to me to remain silent.
But you know that there are some of these terrorists that we have held in custody.
-- longer than 48 hours before we charge them and give Miranda rights could this case of -- you know held a little longer before he was arraigned.
Well in in the case is you're talking about it is usually because the defendant for one reason or another has decided to waive a speedy present when he he has a right to go to court usually within 24 to 48 hours.
It in this case it's unclear whether anybody was gonna wave or not there was obviously.
But but do you agree that the FBI.
Didn't have enough time knowing what you know to get the information they would -- in the case of this magnitude.
Well obviously he always won as much time as you can get it completely unclear exactly how much this these guys know.
-- other than you know what they planned -- -- -- we didn't get a chance to tell us when and where did you ever go back to you.
But look we've got these three guys.
His college buddies and you know people are saying well you know they're just kids are just in college -- not really big deal.
Will people are acting like this is -- -- they -- they uncovered a cheating scandal on the campus but this is no different than someone finding the murder weapon.
That a buddy of -- utilized to kill people.
And then not hiding that evidence and here -- big did exactly the same things -- it was a with a weapon of of mass destruction killed multiple people and injured hundreds.
And the fact of the matter is we've got to get to the bottom of it and something else that's troubled me from the beginning of this case.
You know you remember when the FBI the police came on and they showed the picture of the two suspects and they said.
Hey we need your help -- -- -- -- -- you know we are getting do you know who these people.
I can't believe the FBI already interviewed the a lot of they not -- -- they -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And the baby -- -- we want it sorry to anybody wanna get to David on this -- -- at least three guys -- college roommates I mean what what would you I know what they're charged with but the they'll go to jail -- They're gonna go to jail and they're gonna go to jail for very long time this is a very very serious crime.
It's the most important investigation in the country and these kids.
Started to do it and take the evidence and destroy you -- that it is -- -- anymore serious than that -- -- and yes they have only been charged in the complaint.
They're going to be additional charges filed out perhaps more serious David -- thanks so much for being let us --
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