- The Washington Times - Friday, April 19, 2013

Chechnya maintains a deep terror network, and the two Boston bombing suspects were likely taking direction from overseas, said former Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton, in an early Friday morning interview.

That means more attacks could come to America’s cities, he warned, in a Fox News interview. The entire country should stand on alert, he advised.

“These people are killers,” Mr. Bolton said. “Make no mistake about it.”

Mr. Bolton said terrorism has “been a way of life” for those living in the region of Chechnya for years because of Islamic radicalism and a struggle for independence from Russia.

 

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