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The sister of the Boston bombing suspects said "I have no idea what got into them" and described the two as "great people," the Star-Ledger reported.The woman, who has not been identified, spoke to the newspaper's reporters from behind the door of her apartment in West New York, N.J., on Friday."He was a kind and loving man," the woman said of her older brother. "I'm sorry for the families that lost their loved ones the same way I lost my loved one.""This is very hurtful," she said, adding that she hadn't seen her brothers in a long time.Another person, who identified himself as the woman's husband, told the newspaper through a crack in the door that "I'm not Muslim and they didn't accept me so I never met them."Federal agents from the FBI Joint Terrorism task force swarmed the woman's apartment by late morning, roping off three blocks around the building.Caridad Rodriquez, the West New York Police Department Police Commissioner, confirmed to reporters at the scene that the woman living in the building is the sister of the suspects.Authorities are investigating whether she has any other family members in that town, he said."For all we know, she may be a bystander like the rest of us," Rodriquez said of the woman."She wants privacy because she has said that her and her family have nothing to do with the bombing," he said.FoxNews.com's Perry Chiaramonte contributed to this report. The brothers behind Monday's deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon are believed to have come to the U.S. from Chechnya as long as a decade ago, but apparently never fit in with the American culture.I dont have a single American friend, I dont understand them, the older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was killed in a shootout with police hours after the pair was identified as suspects, told a photographer in 2009.- Tamerlan TsarnaevWhat drove him and his brother, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, who lived with him in Cambridge, Mass., to perpetrate the deadly attack which killed three people and injured 176 others is not clear. They are believed to be Muslim and to have had military training overseas. But the older brother, who was 26, also worked out in a gym and dreamed of making the U.S. Olympic boxing team, according to an online photojournalism slideshow that chronicled his training.The journalist who created the project, Johannes Hirn, could not be reached for comment. But one caption in his account described the family's odyssey to America.Tamerlan fled Chechnya with his family because of the conflict in the early 90s, and lived there for years in Kazakhstan before getting to the United States as a refugee, read the caption.Tamerlan previously studied at Bunker Hill Community College for three semesters fall 2006, spring 2007 and fall 2008 in hopes of becoming an engineer. He took off a semester from his studies to practice boxing at