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Topic - Greg Barton
Professor Greg Barton from Monash University's Centre for Islam and the Modern World said there were "two big possibilities" of who was behind the attacks, the Herald Sun reports.
"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.