Laura Ingraham hosted Roger Cressey, former National Security Director.
Cressey said that Russia's security services (FBS) should be interrogated as to Tamerlan Tsarnaev's activities in Russia during his visits there. He said the Tsarnaevs weren't members of a sleeper cell as their behaviors showed and that he finds the brothers' relationship as the key. Ingraham questioned why Chechens after September 11th were allowed into the US.
Cressey said it is important we learn the triggers to radicalization for national security purposes. He said anyone who is using violence along with religion is problematic and Ingraham cited Tom Brokaw's comments on Islamic rage.
Cressey is interested in what the overseas interest may have been involved.