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The day after the texas serial bomber killed himself the austin community continues to wrestle with the madden question of why two people died and several more were injured in the city's terrifying crime spree the bomber constructed seven shrapnel bombs six of which detonated as npr's john burnett reports for some residents getting back to normal is not so easy yesterday evening austin police chief brian manley face the cameras and told a questioning city what was in a confessional message recorded by the serial bomber shortly before he blew himself up as police closed in he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate the chief describes the killer as a very challenged young man that's not enough for delia owens her close friend and musical inspiration a gifted seventeen year old bassist named dragon mason was killed on march twelfth he opened a package left on his porch that was filled with nails and explosives his mother was seriously hurt in the blast also that to owens is a hate crime i mean it takes a lot of negative feelings to to murder somebody whether you know them or not so i like why why else would you murder somebody ideally owens his eighteen she grabs a coffee on her way to high school she's about to graduate she plays classical base before drylands death she was a happy teenager waiting for word of which music school she was accepted in now owens is afraid she also thinks about school shootings ivan terrified with all of this for my friends to go home unlike text me when your home why just do it call me when you're home semi a picture of you and your house home after left i can't lose anybody else in the hours since the killer killed himself there's been an outpouring of thanks from the community to the detectives bomb techs surveillance teams behavioral analysts forensic scientists and beat cops who finally cornered the bomber the federal government alone sent more than three hundred and fifty people investigators finally located the murder late tuesday night that used a combination of fedex security video mobile no phone locating technology store receipt searches and shoe leather here's travis county district attorney margaret more can never be called a happy ending but it's a.