On Thursday evening, amidst new reports that suspected bombers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had targeted New York's Times Square for another terror attack, this evening "Piers Morgan Live" invited CBS News senior correspondent John Miller to share his insight and expertise.
During the conversation, Miller, a former chief FBI Spokesman, addressed the Russian intelligence's process of tracking Tamerlan Tsarnaev while he was in the Chechen region of Russia in 2012. "I'd be very curious to say, 'If he was a threat to the Russians, what did they do with him while he was on their turf?'"
"When he went there for six months, one might ask, if they felt that Tsarnaev was such a threat, did they follow him? Did they tap him? Did they arrest him? Did they detain him? Did they question him? We haven't seen any of that material here."
Also, on the program, former United States Ambassador and the tenth President of the World Bank Group Paul Wolfowitz gave his thoughts on the lessons learned from this horrific incident.
"The one thing I think we know for sure is that when it happens the next time it will be different from this time," said Wolfowitz. "We need to learn everything we can from this episode, but we shouldn't think that these problems are ever solved completely once and for all."
Watch the clips and listen to the interviews as "Piers Morgan Live" continues their coverage on the investigation on the Boston Marathon bombings.
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