Getting Closer to Solving the Boston Bombing

Experts put together clues including a possible suspect on camera.
1:08 | 04/17/13

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Bring in Richard Clarke and ABC news consultant and with the national counterterrorism advisor at the White House under two administration do you told -- that there were a couple. Of the lucky. Events on this awful day. Well the two main stream of evidence. Putting the bomb back together again. Good news there because the bomb didn't detonate very well and there's a lot of it left so a lot of it has already been put back together. And the other stream of evidence is -- the surveillance tape. And there's good news there too apparently that they have -- some faces. And so we may be and -- of those cases that gets cracked quickly too early to tell yet but we may know very soon. And it turns -- putting it together you reminded us that they put back together the plane. At Lockerbie pan am -- -- -- of -- willow tree was a 747 that blew up at altitude spread over a hundred square miles. The FBI for that plane back together. Just as they are today putting the bombs back together. All right hang -- going to be standing by with us throughout the evening as we bring everyone the very latest developments thanks to.

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