Explosions at Boston Marathon

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Do you have any reports where the President refuses to call this bombing a terror or terroist attack? If not please be advised regardless of who did it, IT IS A TERROIST ATTACK........................................

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Ed O'Reilly of the Toledo Roadrunners on tomorrow at 7a with the latest on the Toledo people who were participants. Ed has also run the marathon a number of times and has an interesting perspective on the scene itself.

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John Saucier of 24/7 News from Boston at 6a for the latest from the bombing scene

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You might know ~ I heard this morning that the FBI is investigating. Why them instead of DHS?

I don't believe DHS has its own investigatory arm. The FBI as a part of DHS fills that for them.

MikeyA

I didn't get a chance to listen to Paul or Boston radio since I'm on at the same time doing the local take on stories, but I did talk with Ed O'Reilly from Toledo Roadrunners about Toledo people who were at the blast site and the Roadrunner plans for their upcoming race on April 28th. Also spoke with a Clear Channel employee who was on scene while visiting his family in Boston. They are podcast if you are interested, if not listen to Detroit or Boston as ignorant Wolfman suggests. podcast site www.wspd.com

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Your morning on the Great Voice of The Great Lakes kicks off with Paul W. Smith from 5:30AM to 9:00AM. Whether he is interviewing the head of a major local company, the governor, or a Hollywood celebrity, Paul W. has a warm and conversational style that keeps listeners tuned in.
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Brad Garrett
4/16/13

Brad Garrett, Former FBI Agent & ABC News Crime & Terrorism Expert explains to Steve Courtney how investigators will attempt to determine who is responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Chris Trenkman
4/16/13

ABC's Chris Trenkman talks to Steve Courtney live from Boston and he describes the tragic scene of chaos and confusion immediately after the bomb blasts in Boston.

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Aaron Katersky
4/16/13

ABC's Aaron Katersky talks to Steve Courtney live from Boston where he says an intense investigation is underway to determine who is responsible for the bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon.

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Greg Guidice
4/16/13

Greg Guidice, Marathon Runner & Brooksie Way Race Co-Chair tells Steve Courtney he had just finished the Boston Marathon when the bombings took place.
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WOW, that sounds a lot like what I did here except I had on a Toledo Roadrunner, a reproter from 24/7 News who was on scence, a Boston native who was at the finish line and local calls from Toledoans. I can see why you like that show better though since you live in Michigan ignorant Wolfman.
Wednesday morning I'll speak with FOX news' Cortney Kealy live in Boston, Duke Wheeler who is spearheading our Vietnam Vet Appreciation Event, and the Toledoans who live on Cherrylawn who don't want the city to tear down their trees. None of it of any interest to Michiganians.

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Damn Fred! As I've said before a Detroit high school educated WSPD talk show host. Now who would listen to this clown as any type of expert? You got to wonder who thinks these morons know anything. Look at the WSPD line up during the day. I believe all are high school graduates. One's a former hippie another a recovering alcoholic and the big one a drug addict. What the hell do they know?

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and high school drop out who's daddy got him into the Shop using his ties to Union leadership.

Some jagoff like this who doesn't know proper english couldn't get a real job so he had to suck Union pecker just to make a buck.

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a
socialist.

Listening to Radio at 8 AM Weekdays may have driven the bombers to act as they did.

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