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On Wednesday evening, as the investigation of the alleged Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and his possible ties to extremist groups in Dagestan and Chechnya continued, "Piers Morgan Live" invited Congressman Adam Schiff to the program.
A member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, Schiff addressed the question of whether or not the FBI and the CIA ignored warnings from the Russian intelligence on the older Tsarnaev brother.
"I don't think people should leap to that conclusion," said Schiff. "I don't think we've seen the evidence that that's in fact what happened. And because the investigation is still very early ... I think people should avoid this rush to judgment of a bureau that frankly has been doing spectacular work in the investigation since the event," continued Schiff. "And I haven't seen an indication yet that they failed to do the work they should have before the event."
Also on Wednesday evening, CNN correspondent Deb Feyerick reported from Boston's Boylston Street, the location of the bombings.
Feyerick described the scene on the location that reopened earlier in the day as "very emotional."
"A number of people are coming simply they're leaving flowers and hats and stuffed animals, notes, cards," said Feyerick. "The primary message is, you will be remembered, we will not forget. We're in this all together."