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"The airstrikes aren't going to get ...
"The airstrikes aren't going to get the job done," CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes told CNN's "New Day.
"When the rhetoric turns anti-police, the ...
"When the rhetoric turns anti-police, the police are concerned that people on the street, it's going to increase the already existent lack of respect in certain segments of the society -- including armed robbers ... and other violent criminals," said CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes, a former FBI assistant director.
FBI Special Agent Thomas Fuentes said at the blast site that the bomb had been delivered by a KAMAZ flatbed truck.Such trucks were made in the former Soviet Union.U.S. officials had said on Tuesday that a cement truck delivered the explosives.
"We believe it (the bomb) was made from existing military ordnance. ...I cannot say that it required any great degree of sophistication or expertise to create...," Fuentes
told The Associated Press
said the search for survivors was continuing and that his
team of investigators had yet to examine the rubble pile where the victims were killed.He
said there was great concern that searchers could be harmed by unexploded materials used in making the bomb, which also consisted of Soviet-era artillery and mortar shells as well as hand grenades.
said human remains found in the area where the bomb exploded, about 50 feet (16 meters) from Vieira de Mello's office, suggested a suicide bombing.He
said that could not be absolutely determined until laboratory testing was complete.
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The FBI has 44 overseas offices staffed with about 150 agents, known as legal attaches, and will add Beijing within a month, staffed by one or two FBI agents, said Thomas Fuentes, chief of the FBI's organized crime section.
China gave permission for an FBI
office on its soil during President Bush's visit there last month, Fuentes
told the American Bar Association's
standing committee on law and national security.
Key issues would be organized crime, human trafficking, fraud and counter-terrorism, he
said.China also will have security concerns related to the 2008 Olympics scheduled there, he
"We've been very close to having this office open over there," Fuentes
said.But then political situations interfered, like the U.S. campaign finance investigation into whether Chinese interests illegally funneled funds into American campaigns, and the U.S. surveillance plane held on Hainan island after making an emergency landing, he
"Right now because of the 9/11 attack ... sadly one of the benefits has been a number of countries have really decided to put all those kinds of issues aside and say we have to be partners, we have to work together," Fuentes
"The Chinese government, it's in their interest to have a partnership with us, it's in our interest to have a partnership with them," he
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CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes also cast doubt.
The buildings in the photo are damaged but there is no smoke.
If the pictures were taken just after an airstrike, there would be smoke from smoldering debris, he said.