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"Why" still needs answered
April 22, 2013 - Jim Smith
While I might understand Katherine Russell Tsarnaev's fear of possibly being drawn into the Boston bombing and subsequent alleged activities of her deceased husband and her in-custody brother-in-law, I don't understand why she has obtained a battery of lawyers to "discuss" how she is questioned by federal authorities.
It seems logical if she has nothing to hide, she would want to help authorities solve the mystery of why the bombings occurred and fill in some of the blanks surrounding her husband and her brother-in-law.
Of course, she has the legal right to counsel and not to answer questions without legal counsel being present, but if she had no prior knowledge of the bombings, which her legal representatives contend, why would she not want to help authorities, why would her seemingly first thought be to acquire legal counsel?
Her lack of cooperation with authorities merely makes her seem more suspicious and creates even more questions around the entire deadly incidents.
Authorities need to question the 19-year-old alleged bomber and his sister-in-law in hopes of answering the questions, especially the one "why?"
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