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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - James Malizia
Canadian authorities formally charged two men Tuesday with "receiving support from al Qaeda elements in Iran" in a plot to attack a passenger train traveling between Canada and the U.S.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Assistant Commissioner James Malizia said the suspected plot came absent international connections — but the suspects in the attack were allegedly going to use the same type of bombs that were used in the April 15 Boston Marathon attacks, AP said.
He said there was "no imminent threat" to the public.