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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

New Details About Final Moments On Bus, In Bunker In Ala. Hostage Standoff

New details have emerged about Jimmy Lee Dykes, the 65-year-old captor of a 5-year-old boy who was in a standoff with the FBI for nearly a week.

CBS News senior correspondent and former FBI assistant director John Miller said that as the FBI Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) and the Dale County Sheriff looked to bring in a "third party intermediary," or TPI, to advance negotiations, it became clear that Dykes had no relationship with his family or neighbors.

"They always look for a TPI. As they negotiate, they can bring in a co-worker or a friend, somebody that the hostage-taker likes and respect. Sometimes that can help move things along," Miller explained Wednesday on "CBS This Morning."



Anonymous said...

Mind control project gone wrong to help push the "crazed hate the government southern gun owner" agenda to help proliferate their gun grab. And why is their former FBI or CIA on all these propaganda mills aka main stream media?

Anonymous said...

We will never hear all the facts.