TOPSFIELD, Massachusetts (Reuters) - The FBI Joint Terrorism
Task Force is investigating a Boston-area man after authorities
found materials in his bedroom that could be used for making a
pressure-cooker bomb similar to the devices used in the deadly
Boston Marathon attack, authorities said on Saturday.
Police arrested 27-year-old Daniel Morley last month on
domestic assault and battery charges and for making a bomb
threat, according to the Topsfield Police Department.
After a nearly four-hour standoff on June 9, police
discovered in Morley's bedroom a Russian-made assault rifle,
a pressure cooker and other materials that concerned
investigators, said Gary Hayward, a detective sergeant with
too early to make any connections between this and Dzhokhar
Tsarnaev and the Boston bombings.
Although I do think it may have a part to play.
This, as well as the Boston police officer where explosives were
found in his residence.
Although I have no solid evidence to make the connection, so
please do not bash me for it. It's only my