Former LAPD homicide detective says Boston jihadis should have been FBI first suspects, could have saved lives

Mark Fuhrman, fomer LAPD homicide detective, believes that if the FBI indeed did all they could when they interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaeva in 2011, they should have then turned the investigation over to the Boston Police department and let them continue the investigation. He says that as soon as the bombing happened, the Tsarnaeva brothers should have been the first suspects and it may have saved some lives.

He’s also not buying the possible ‘excuses’ made by a former #3 at the FBI who says they get requests like this all the time from other countries. Fuhrman believes that if they don’t have the time to follow each query sufficiently, they need to get more man power and involve local law enforcement.

Watch below as he debates Megyn Kelly on this issue:

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