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By Tammy Bruce
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One of the world's leading experts on counterterrorism told an Australian paper Wednesday that Monday's Boston Marathon bombings have the markings of right-wing domestic terrorists, not jihadists.
"There's been at least 50 attempted terror plots since 9/11 in the US, almost all of them have been jihadi groups, but the fact that no-one's claiming responsibility for this attack, which took place on Patriots' Day — the day that marks the beginning of the American revolution in Boston — and the nature of the device means that the possibility of a home-grown group, somebody like Timothy McVeigh the Oklahoma City bomber who also detonated on Patriots' Day in April 1995, is a strong possibility," he told 3AW Radio in Melbourne, Australia.