A Sylvania attorney who was wounded along with his two sons by a car bombing in Monroe, says he knows who committed the crime.
But Erik Chappell is not saying who he thinks is responsible. He's leaving that up to the federal authorities.
The high profile lawyer and his two sons were on their way to a football practice back in September when their car exploded. All three were hurt but have since been released from the hospital.
Chappel says he's waiting to reveal what he knows to the public, so the feds can make the first moves.