On his MSNBC show yesterday, Chris Matthews wondered why the motives of the Boston Marathon bombers ultimately mattered. “Why is that important? Why is that important to prosecuting? I mean, what difference does it make why they did it, if they did it?” Matthews asked former FBI profiler Clint Van Zandt.
Van Zandt explained to Matthews that it is important for a number of reasons, especially to determine whather anyone else may have been involved. “You know, you can’t quit and just say, ‘Okay, we got two guys, we’re done with it, let’s move on again,’” Van Zandt said