"I Wish I Were Sorry But I Am Not": Austin Bombing Suspect Recorded Statement On CellphoneDuring the more than 25 minute statement, Conditt described himself as a "psychopath" and said he feels as though he has been disturbed since childhood, a person confirmed to CBS News' senior investigative producer Pat Milton.
Hunt For Austin Bomber Frustrated Police Before BreakthroughThe trail to Mark Conditt included many dead ends among more than 500 phoned-in tips. There were theories that didn't pan out and surveillance cameras that failed to record a glimpse of the suspect.
Bombing Suspect's Family Describes Him As 'Kind, Computer Geek'Bombing suspect Mark Conditt's family says they are "devastated and broken" at the news of his involvement.
Austin Bombings: Expert Concerned Bomber Has Gone From 'Targeting Specific Individual' To ‘I Just Want To Kill Someone’It started with bombs in packages. But there is fear now that just simply walking anywhere could trip the next explosion in Austin.