Comment: A core function of law enforcement is identification of people

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A core function of law enforcement is identification of people

...you know, line ups, descriptions, mug shots, surveillance photography. Now here is someone on the A-list of terror suspects according to Russian intel, if you are the FBI counter-terror unit in the city he's in you should know his face by heart. This is not some kid playing with firecrackers. Then he has a brother with distinct featueres, and they are standing together.

The first thing you do when there is a bombing is run to your top file drawer with your dozen or so A-listers. You look at their files, and the FBI knows about pictures, don't they? Yea, That first thing when you open up the folder. Chechnya M.O. you say? Hmm..Chechnya, Chechnya..oh yes! Hey boss, lemme see that picture again...YUP! That's Tsarnaev and his kid brother! WOW!

SUIT UP BOYS WE'RE GOING TO NORFOLK STREET CAMBRIDGE! NEVERMIND THAT NOW JUST FOLLOW ME!

Oh, but in case they forgot to take pictures of him when he was being investigated, no problem...he had a mugshot on file from a domestic arrest in 2009!

Release the Sandy Hook video.