(FOX NEWS) The father of the man suspected in the New York and New Jersey bomb blasts claimed Tuesday he called the FBI on his own son two years ago, as multiple news agencies reported that officers found a journal pierced with a bullet hole after the shootout that ended with the suspect in handcuffs.
Ahmad Khan Rahami's father, Mohammad, spoke to reporters outside his home in Elizabeth, N.J. "Two years I called the FBI, my son, he's doing very bad, OK? But they check it almost two months... They say he's not a terrorist. I said, 'OK.' Now they say he is a terrorist. I say, 'OK.'"
Investigators said they believed the 28-year-old suspect planted bombs in New York City, as well as Elizabeth and Seaside Park, N.J. One of the devices exploded in Manhattan Saturday night, wounding 29 people.
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