According to the story, a robbery suspect had disarmed a campus police officer and shot him.
It sounded like a typical late-night event in any major city.
However, I wondered if the shooting was tied to the bombing at Monday’s Boston Marathon
As I logged on to my computer this morning, I received my answer.
Every information source told me the robber was one of the men identified in yesterday’s late afternoon news conference where the FBI used video surveillance to show the world the faces of the bombers.
According to multiple news reports, the robber was one of the bombers.
After shooting the MIT officer, he and his partner carjacked a vehicle and ended up in a firefight with officers.
Joe Johns, of CNN’s Washington D.C. bureau, reported that, in the subsequent chaos, one suspect ran over the other one after telling the carjacking victim they were the marathon bombers.
No, he didn’t cite a specific source or explain why law enforcement told him this information rather than telling one of his peers in Boston.
Whether from those injuries or some other cause, maybe an exchange with police officers, maybe a suicide bomb, the young man died.
Taxi service could not run.
Flight restrictions were put in place.
All public transportation systems, including buses, trains, and subways, were closed.
Schools were shut down, businesses were told not to open, and house-to-house searches were conducted.
The state’s governor, Deval Patrick, ordered citizens of Boston to “shelter in place.”
By the time you read this article, the situation will likely be resolved.
I suspect the second bomber, the brother of the deceased, will join the first one in death by the end of the day.
After all, this is how false flag situations end.
The pasty or, in this case, patsies end up dead so that no trial is necessary.
It’s a nice, neat drama.
It opens on Monday, keeps us entertained all week, and ends on Friday, just in time for the weekend.
The average person will be relieved that justice has been served.
Those who killed innocent people were killed.
An eye for an eye will have once again been the rule of the day.
I have many questions about this story.
How do we know these brothers were the bombers?
Yes, the FBI told us these brothers dropped off the backpacks containing the bombs, However, the footage they claim exists wasn’t shown. We only see two young men carrying backpacks.
We don’t see images of the suspects without the backpacks.
We don’t see footage of them dropping off the backpacks.
Those who knew the suspects say they are surprised and shocked. These young men were quiet, normal, and successful. They were involved in sports, worked well in their jobs, and were pursuing their educations.
What was their motivation for creating bombs and detonating them?
Media has been pushed further and further away from the activity.
All the information they are reporting is coming from official spokespeople after it has been filtered through the proper authorities.
Streaming coverage of police scanner activity has been removed from the internet.
The reasons are cited as public safety and the hiding of law enforcement strategy.
Is another reason for this media censorship to control release of true information?
Are we seeing the death of the First Amendment?
This brings me to one more question that may be lost in this drama.
Is it possible that the real purpose of this entire event was, for the first time in the history of the United States, to implement martial law in a major American city?
No, it isn’t being called that.
However, if you look closely, you will see that this is what is actually meant by the command to “shelter in place.”