As government authorities and the media continue to examine the many facets of the Boston bombing incident, the questions continue to outnumber the answers. The following are just a sample of the questions and concerns presented by Vic Eliason for listener consideration:
--Could Dzhokhar Tsarnaev be stripped of his citizenship and would that that allow him to be tried as an enemy combatant?
--Was Tsarnaev "set up" or was he a willing believer of his brother's philosophies?
--Should intelligence gathering take precedent over Miranda rights? Does this act of terrorism even require Miranda rights?
-- The American Civil Liberties Union (A.C.L.U.) is calling for the Obama administration to read the bomber his rights.
--Are there sleeper cells that are unknown at this point?
--What about the attempted terrorism of a passenger train in Canada that's alleged to have had support from Al Qaeda elements within Iran.
--The F.B.I. was warned ahead of time by a foreign government about the older brother (who was named after a great Islamic warrior) in the Boston bombings.
--The former Bush Attorney General Michael Mukasey believes that the Boston bombings were a jihadist act. However, the Obama administration has disbanded the C.I.A. interrogation group responsible for investigating such plots.