posted on Apr, 28 2013 @ 02:44 AM
Originally posted by SprocketUK
This is a story about a guy trying to find out who hired the Craft international guys (who seemed to have at least one back pack that contained a
He got stonewalled at every turn.
When you also think about the February killing of Chris Kyle things take on a more sinister aspect.
Craft is actually a company which trains people, including civilians. The reporter trying to get information about them is trying to contact the
marathon organizers, Boston police, FBI, Craft themselves, doesn't seem to realise that they could have just been hired by the city to do something,
or even by some small group, or even an individual.
An individual could have hired Craft personell out to protect themselves. If you ask Craft about who they were hired to protect, do you think they
will just tell you? Pretty sure there would be serious privacy issues there, especially considering the high profile target would specifically want to
Can a reporter normally call up the FBI and ask about some private agency they may have asked to help with some large event? Maybe you can, the
reporter seems to be certain that he should get info, so I wonder if there is some previous case that I could see?
And where did you get the idea that Craft had a backpack with a bomb?
EDIT: not to mention Craft may not have even been present. Anybody can buy a hat with a skull, you don't need to be in Craft to do that...
on 28-4-2013 by salainen because: (no reason given)