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Suspected Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt said in a confession tape he wasn't sorry for the deadly attacks, the Austin-American Statesman reported.
Conditt died after blowing himself up early Wednesday morning, as authorities closed in around his vehicle.
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Conditt also said in the tape he believed he was a "psychopath" and had felt disturbed since childhood.
The man who police suspect killed two people and wounded five in a spate of bombings throughout Austin, Texas, this month reportedly said in his confession tape that he wasn't sorry for the attacks, and that he believed he was a "psychopath."
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"I wish I were sorry but I am not," 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt said in a cellphone recording, just hours before he blew himself up in his vehicle as police closed in.
Authorities have not released the recording, but law-enforcement sources described its contents to the Austin American-Statesman on Thursday.
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Conditt said in the recording he felt as though he was disturbed since childhood, according to the Statesman. He reportedly said little about his victims, but acknowledged that the deaths he'd caused left families without their loved ones.
Conditt also didn't reveal a motive for the attacks in the confession tape, which...
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