Thursday, June 13, 2013

BOSTON BOMBING What You Arent Told The TRUTH behind a FALSE FLAG ATTACK





Triggers pulled on 4th, 2nd & 1st Amendments distracted by flag waving; clunky FBI propaganda; and unleash the War on Bathtubs. Seek truth from facts with former Marine Corps officer James Fetzer, editor of Storyleak Anthony Gucciardi, the Corbett Report's James Corbett, Questioning the War on Terror author Kevin Barrett, Boston eyewitnesses, and Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul.




Video footage from the scene of the shootout with the alleged Boston bombers appears to contain audio of the suspects screaming out, "We didn't do it!" as police fire on the two brothers. Despite being described as a "shootout," the audio suggests that shots are only being fired in one direction by police and that the brothers are not returning fire at this point in the exchange.




The tape offers little proof as to the Tasrnaev brother's guilt, but it follows a number of other intriguing caveats which some have offered as evidence that the suspects were framed and had no actual involvement in the bombings.




- A Facebook post attributed to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev although not authenticated reads, "This will be the last message before the police get me. I never done it. They set me up. Father please forgive me. I am sorry it has come to this."




- The suspects' mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva continues to insist that her sons are innocent, telling the Associated Press, "It's all lies and hypocrisy."




- Tsarnaeva also claims that the FBI "were controlling his every step," referring to Tamerlan Tasrnaev, and that both the FBI and the CIA were following the brothers since 2011.




- The aunt of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, claims that the footage which emerged of police arresting a naked uninjured man was her nephew, contradicting the official narrative that Tsarnaev was critically injured in a shootout and suggesting he may have been killed while in custody.
Asked by ABC's Dianne Sawyer if the Boston bombing reminded him of 9/11, Bush responded, "At first I was deeply concerned that there might have been an organized plot,"




Bush has made numerous statements in the past that have raised the eyebrows of those who are skeptical of the official narrative behind terrorist attacks, including a speech before the UN shortly after 9/11 during which he remarked, "Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th."




Images that show employees of a private security firm involved in what appears to be a bombing drill confirm eyewitness reports that such an exercise was underway in the hours preceding the attack on the Boston Marathon, although authorities continue to deny that any drill took place.
When Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi questioned the Massachusetts Governor, the Mayor of Boston, and the FBI Special Agent in charge of Boston on whether there was a bomb drill taking place on the morning of the attack, he was told that there was "no specific intelligence" regarding an attack and that no drills took place besides the usual precautions taken for a big event.




This contradicts eyewitness testimony from University of Mobile Cross Country Coach Ali Stevenson, who stated, "At the starting line this morning, they had bomb sniffing dogs and the bomb squad out there. They kept announcing to runners not to be alarmed, that they were running a training exercise.




The subsequent release of photos that placed the official narrative in disarray, images which showed both middle eastern and Caucasian men with large black backpacks behaving suspiciously immediately before and after the blast go to great lengths to confirm Stevenson's story and suggest that official denials that drills took place are part of a larger cover-up.




As Anthony Gucciardi has documented, two individuals identified in the images are likely to be employees of Craft International, a Blackwater-style private military/security firm. However, the media and authorities have instead focused solely on two other middle eastern looking men and ignored the presence of what appear to be current or former military professionals standing just 30 feet from the site of the explosion wearing backpacks similar to those used in the attack talking into their cellphones.




Police and federal officers drive through a neighborhood while searching for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Police, lawmakers and advocates are questioning whether police drones could have found the suspects faster.