DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - In light of the Boston Marathon bombings, we asked a local terror expert about the mind set of people who set off bombs.
Local terror and political violence expert at the university of Dayton, Mark Ensalaco, said bombing suspects have psychological issues.
"You may have a physical dynamic of an older brother an a younger sibling under his guidance," said Ensalaco.
Many possibilities surround why authorities said these two brothers did such a horrific act.
"Given the operation, the bombs were not terribly sophisticated. They clearly didn't have money to escape," said Ensalaco.
Dr. Ensalaco said this doesn't appear to be an act of international terror.
"I don't see this as a terrorist attack which is under the command an control of a terrorist organization. Domestic or foreign," said Ensalaco.
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