This morning on "Early Start" terrorism expert Paul Cruickshank weighs in on the twin explosions that occurred near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Cruickshank who is also a CNN contributor says "it’s certainly possible that a lone wolf could have been responsible" for Boston Marathon bombings. He adds that there is "a lot of concern right now that the suspect or suspects are still at large and there could be following attacks."
This morning on a special edition of “Early Start,” security expert and Vice President at the Heritage Foundation James Carafano weighs in on the investigation of the twin explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Carafano says law enforcement officials "are going to get a lot of evidence and in the first 72 hours they're going to have a lot of information." He adds that while all the information might not be shared with the public, "we'll know very early on... within 72 hours where the likely candidates are."
CNN's Pamela Brown reports on the twin explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon that have been classified as a terror event by federal law enforcement.
CNN’s Susan Candiotti delivers the latest on the FBI’s investigation into the twin explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon.