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Boston Marathon Bombing

Posted on 15 April 2013 by kevin

Boston Marathon Bombing This news story is just coming in and storylines are still developing. The Boston Marathon Bombing is already gaining attention as a terrorist act. The question is was it the work of an international terrorist cell or was it the work of a domestic terrorist cell. Not much is known or being reported by the media regarding who is being blamed or claiming responsibility. What has been published so far is that there are at least a couple fatalities and possibly a dozen or more serious injuries, up to and including los of limbs.

As should be expected the Boston Marathon Bombing and all ensuing reports are likely going to stir the fires of conspiracy, with some undoubtedly calling it a false flag scenario and others offering a variety of reports to help solve the crime. The Boston marathon Bombing has also caused several other major cities to step up their level of alertness and take action to protect their citizens.


“Two explosions hit the Boston Marathon as runners crossed the finish line on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring 23 on a day when tens of thousands of people pack the streets to watch one of the world’s best known marathons.”

While tragic beyond a shadow of a doubt, the potential for a higher casualty rate did exist at the time of the event, with tens of thousands of spectators along the route.


“Hundreds of thousands of spectators typically line the 26.2 mile (42.19 km) race course, with the heaviest crowds near the finish line. The blasts occurred more than five hours after the start of the race, at a time when most top athletes were off the course but slower amateur marathoners were still running.”

There are already varying reports streaming in from the Boston Marathon Bombing regarding how many explosions there were and how many additional devices were found that had yet to explode and wreak havoc. There are also conflicting reports of how many were injured and how severe those injuries are.


“Authorities in Boston have found other explosive devices that they were working to dismantle, a federal law enforcement source told CNN.

Massachusetts General Hospital said it was treating 19 injured people, six of them in critical condition. Tufts Medical Center reported that it was treating nine people. Combined, that brings the number of injured to at least 28. Police reported 22 people injured.”

We should expect nothing more from the MSM and responding emergency agencies. Incidents such as the Boston Marathon Bombing create confusion and chaos from the onset. It is a story that deserves to be followed closely, especially given the history of false reporting associated with MSM at times of tragedy and turmoil. One could easily begin amassing conflicting accounts to promote this as a possible false flag situation. We need more facts before we start pointing fingers and laying blame. The call to action for heightened security from other major cities will also not go unnoticed.


“If you see something, say something,” Mark Boughton, mayor of Canbury, Connecticut, wrote on Twitter. “All cities will be on a heightened state of alertness per Homeland Security protocols.”

Statements leaked to the general population such as this one above, will only serve to cement the fears of those proposing this as a false flag event. The mere mention of Homeland Security protocols will set some teetering on the edge of uneasiness, fearing that the federal government is involved and is using the tragedy to their advantage. This may seem far-fetched for some, but for others it is more fuel for the ongoing debate about corrupt government and its potential for engaging in Martial Law. What will happen next remains to be seen, but I for one would not put it beyond the scope of possibility that the Boston Marathon Bombing will result in the federal government and DHS using some of their nifty new tools and policies to see how well they work in real world events.


“Boston police also reported another explosion at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, which is three miles from the marathon’s finishing line.

“We are not certain that these incidents are related, but we are treating them as if they are,” Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told a news conference.”


“A federal law-enforcement source confirmed to The Post there are at least 12 dead and nearly 50 injured. Massachusetts General Hospital was treating 10 people with amputated limbs and all operating rooms were on hold, sources said.”


“Investigators have a suspect — a Saudi Arabian national — in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, The Post has learned.

Law enforcement sources said the 20-year-old suspect was under guard at an undisclosed Boston hospital.

It was not immediately clear why the man was hospitalized and whether he was injured in the attack or in his apprehension.”

This is starting to smell dirty and raise my eyebrows a bit. How efficient and effective is our nation’s intelligence gathering community? This is NOT the first time I have seen this statement being made after a tragic incident of a terrorist nature.


““There was, nothing, nothing on the radar screen,” in terms of terrorist threat information, a U.S. homeland security official said.”

This statement was made after it was revealed that the Saudi National named by other MSM outlets as a suspect, was indeed NOT a suspect. The waters are starting to get murky my friends.

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