16 April 2013
ABC News 24
Details are slowly emerging about the two bombs which ripped through downtown Boston, leaving at least three dead and hundreds injured. In this 2 part interview, lecturer David Smith says that, although the motives are not yet clear, the malevolent intent of the attack cannot be ignored.
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