New Questions in Boston Bombing Investigation

A year after the marathon attack, Brian Ross reveals some investigators' long-held suspicions.
1:15 | 04/15/14

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strength tonight, the accused Boston bomber, the younger brother is in a prison cell and ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross is here with more. He is in isolation in a small cell in a prison hospital outside of Boston. He's 28 years old now. His visitors have included lawyers and his sisters. No radio and TV. We haven't heard anything publicly and no apology. His lawyers say his kwens will be he was under the sway of his older brother. That bomb was sophisticated. Those bombs were sophisticated. Is there anything new about who helped them? They made three or four separate devices much more sophisticated than first thought, than what they could have found online and there is concern that they were trained or at least he was trained on his trip to Russia. When is the trial? November 3rd in Boston. He faces a number of counts including some applying the death penalty. Jury trial in Boston. Thank you Brian Ross.

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