(CAV News) – A person close to the Boston Police commissioner, Edward Davis, has told a source that the department will be filing formal complaint against the FBI over the handling and sharing of information related to the Boston Bombing back in April.
Although we can’t be 100 percent sure this is true, it would be no surprise considering that the tension between the two authorities isn’t a mystery.
For instance, let’s go back to May when the FBI and BPD both made statements at a Congressional hearing.
At a congressional hearing yesterday in Washington, Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis said officers who served on Boston’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, or JTTF, weren’t made aware of the 2011 FBI investigation of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, or of the suspect’s six-month trip to Russia last year.
“Boston JTTF members, including representatives from the Boston Police Department (BPD), were provided instruction on using Guardian, including suggestions on methods for proactively reviewing and establishing customized searches, which would allow them to be fully informed of all JTTF activity that may affect Boston,” the FBI said yesterday in a statement.
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