Attorney says one of Austin bomberâs roommates not expected to face charges
Austin police still refuse to say whether the two roommates of the Austin bomber have been cleared, but an attorney representing one of them said Wednesday that his client is not expected to face charges.
Attorney Charlie Baird said that he based his conclusion on his conversations with the Austin Police Department.
Baird spoke out a day after U.S. Rep. Mike McCaul, R-Austin, suggested that one of the roommates was still being interviewed and could still be a “person of interest” in the case.
“After my investigation and my conversations with the Austin Police Department, it is my conclusion... read more
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