Austin Bombing Suspect Left Behind A 25-Minute Recorded 'Confession' But Motive Still Unclear | TIMETIME
Police have uncovered a 25-minute recorded “confession” from Austin bombing suspect Mark Anthony Conditt, in which he described the deadly explosive devices that have been detonated across...BUZZ!
Police continue to search through the suspect's home after publicly revealing that Mark Anthony Condit left a 25-minute confession video about the bombings. Jonathan Hunt reports from Texas....BUZZ!
As authorities closed in on his vehicle, Austin bombing suspect Mark Anthony Conditt detonated a bomb, killing himself. Here's what we know about his life.BUZZ!
The suspect in the spate of bombings in Austin – which killed two people and injured at least six -- is dead, police said.BUZZ!
Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott gives an update on the investigation into the Austin package bombings. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/More...BUZZ!
Police say a man suspected of being the bomber behind a series of explosions across central Texas blew himself up in a vehicle as a swat team approached. The suspect, identified by police...BUZZ!
Austin bombing suspect killed himself as police closed in. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and...BUZZ!
Geraldo Rivera has some theories about the Austin bombings. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwo...BUZZ!
A suspect in a wave of bombing attacks in Austin killed himself inside his car with an explosive device early Wednesday as authorities closed in, police said.BUZZ!
Former Assistant Director of Counterterrorism for the FBI Terry Turchie on the Austin bombings suspect.BUZZ!
New details are emerging about the investigation into the Austin bombings and the background of the suspect, Mark Conditt, including how police were able to track down Conditt's movements....BUZZ!
Investigators have found several explosive components inside the home of the suspect linked to multiple bombings in Austin, Texas. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.BUZZ!
Police in Austin, Tex. say they've found a recording from bombing suspect Mark Anthony Conditt which states that he was responsible for the six bombings in the Austin area. MORE: https://globalnews...BUZZ!
A 23-year-old man suspected of terrorizing Texas residents with explosive packages for several weeks recorded a 25-minute "confession" on his cellphone, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley...BUZZ!
Austin Serial Bomber Update: What To Know About 23-Year-Old Mark Anthony Conditt's 'Darkness' | TIMETIME
The man who police believe was behind a series of package bombings in Austin, Texas, has died after detonating an explosive device inside his car, officials said Wednesday morning. The man...BUZZ!
The suspect in a series of bombing attacks in Austin blew himself up early Wednesday as authorities closed in, a dramatic end to a weeks-long siege of the Texas capital, where two were killed...BUZZ!
The man suspected of terrorizing Austin, Texas, with a series of bombings over nearly three weeks confessed in a 25-minute video, police say. It was recorded just hours before Mark Conditt...BUZZ!
Police say they have found concrete evidence a 23-year-old was behind a bombing spree in the US state of Texas, by revealing that the bomber's mobile phone had a 25-minute recorded confession...BUZZ!
In a recorded cellphone statement, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt said: "I wish I were sorry but I am not" for the deadly attacks, according to a person familiar with the matter. During...BUZZ!
The alleged bomber died after he detonated an explosive in his vehicle in a confrontation with police outside Austin, according to the Austin Police Department.BUZZ!
Austin bombing suspect left 25-minute video recording that the Austin police chief says on 'Hannity' contains valuable evidentiary information. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing...BUZZ!
The suspect in a series of bombing attacks in Austin blew himself up early Wednesday as authorities closed in, a dramatic end to a weekslong siege of the Texas capital, where two were killed...BUZZ!
Austin, Texas serial bomber Mark Anthony Conditt is dead after detonating a bomb inside his car, upon realizing SWAT was closing in on him. Jonathan Hunt reports from Round Rock, Texas.BUZZ!