Keating demands more answers from new FBI chief on Boston bombings

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WASHINGTON _ Representative William R. Keating on Wednesday called on the new FBI director to “answer pressing questions” about the investigation into the Boston marathon attacks, renewing his call for officials to be forthcoming about what the agency knew of the alleged bombers, and when. In a detailed letter to James Comey, the Bourne Democrat and member of the Homeland Security Committee called on the bureau to share information on Russian warnings about the late Tamerlan Tsarnaev, clarify that information may not have been adequately shared with law enforcement officials in Boston, and any loopholes identified in the multiple federal databases of potential terrorist suspects.

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