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I think you guys a -- troops -- -- here.
And I'm not trying to be human and -- a quarterback for the fact that that not give mr.
chairman that they've stolen wallets completely since the most of Obama's I think it's unacceptable and we talk about information shareware it's -- -- and information sharing.
Among all levels of government -- -- different agencies the fact that the FBI is not sharing information with this committee which has jurisdiction over Homeland Security I think just totally unacceptable.
In the words of Peter King as we go back to our top story today that was the congressman at a capitol hearing that happened earlier.
If focused on some really important things the lessons.
Of the Boston terror attack they also got into the Fort Hood attack a -- as well.
And it comes on the scene today that the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Joseph cars -- and I -- the surviving brother.
Is beginning the process of justice he will be -- Today on thirty different charges in the marathon bombing.
And it happens a little bit more than an hour from now people come face to face with the families.
Of those victims a large section of that courtroom has been reserved -- Or family members who want to be there they want to witness this moment they wanna see his face they want to see his reaction.
If there is any when he is.
Arraigned on these charges he -- -- account by he would never survived to see this day but now his -- a lot of people want justice in Boston and you can't tackling them.
As we look at those horrific scenes from that horrible horrible day.
And now I'm joined by New York congressman Peter king -- homeland security committee joins me now cars and walk on it to have your today your mother.
Thank you very much.
So we have that side of this as Joseph cars and I have begins this and you're part of that hearing and we and we saw the frustration that you expressed.
Tell me what you are angry about in terms of of the FBI and learning how how Boston happened without a surveillance and everything we have.
How are we not on to these guys there were lots of signs.
Yet the chairman Michael call and I give the members of the committee are very concerned for -- very angry really at the FBI refuses to cooperate.
They have a lot of questions answered here for instance when the Russians first notified the FBI -- the older brother could be involved and judge -- terrorism and radicalism.
The FBI really I think -- to perform for investigation never spoke to anyone in the at the mosque.
Never spoke to and you lose friends we know but more importantly they never -- would force and police.
We're on the joint terrorism task -- report detectives.
-- top secret clearances and they were never told about this at all that the Russians aboard the older brother to their attention.
As a result of that the police were many sources on the ground.
What totally locked out of this and the FBI closed the investigation very quickly.
Close the file close the case and yet even after the older brother went to judge you come back from -- yet.
The FBI didn't reopen the case.
Women that -- thrown out of the mosque for radical activities.
Early this year the FBI did not open the case and again hit.
Yeah it's astonishing.
You know because.
You go through this and you and I talked about this before congressman but it it is very frustrating and I think it deserves to have the light -- -- -- on it because we have to learn.
From what happened in Boston in terms of where the communication.
Was still -- and you know what we were told -- not -- maybe you can tell us whether or not this is indeed true.
Was that this that period.
That they had talents and -- under watch expired.
While he was in Dagestan.
And it they they -- it just dropping it but when this guy that you year you know twelve to keep an eye on leaves Boston and go to Dagestan.
Wouldn't you be able to get -- continuance on that watch period.
Yeah this is the attorney general's guidelines which are overly strict are over we -- quickly correct.
But here's the here's to your advantage the -- police don't have these -- -- the FBI now given the initial information report to police they could have kept telling.
As the FBI -- saying about why did they would not alert the Boston Police that there were two guys living in their midst.
Who had reason to be checked out.
Basically the FBI stonewalling they refuse to show the committee the -- they got the Russians they refused to say why.
They didn't tell -- -- to police just like they refused to say.
Why didn't -- yet NYPD.
When the younger brother when he was being questioned -- said that they've been on their way to attack Times Square.
And they never told what the NYPD the NYPD found out an independent source for four days went by.
When your city could have been attacked by the FBI -- a lot to answer the last -- I -- -- -- -- -- Monday Morning Quarterback but in this case it's obvious the FBI did not share information.
And this stonewalling now.
-- -- the chairman -- McAuliffe who pursue this as far as you possibly can when I'm gonna.
President and the attorney general be very concerned about exactly what you're talking about it is so what are they doing about it.
They should be MIA.
My idea understanding is doing nothing about it the attorney general she's more concerned about being politically correct.
About making sure we don't offend anyone -- they are about trying to find out what happened yet.
Again -- compelled to initially but they've gone to the mosque they were found out a lot very very likely they didn't.
They told reports from police couldn't follow -- he's another stonewalling totally unacceptable.
We'll tell that's -- people in the -- and Boston today Peter King.
Harrison thank you get attacked -- thank you as always thank you.
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