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BOSTON BOMBING breaking supposed hacked photos of suspects now on alex jones navy seal hats?

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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:46 PM
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Based on the photo I can't see the same two dudes but this activity from men in identical "unmarked" gear makes it clear they are supposed to be part of it.

That looks like a DHS Command vehicle with all the telecom equipment in it or could be any of the alphabets actually, BATF, FBI etc but they usually have clearly marked gear.

The DHS likes to remain mysteriously "unmarked".

So those two (they look youngish for DHS to me as they take people after at least one or two combat tours) that I was commenting on the one with the Skull cap and the other more tan looking guy are "agents" of some kind.

They clearly have issued backpacks which suggests a regimented low level "junior agent" who is given a role that changes often. No customization. While the more senior agents near the command vehicle have individual looking personal bags. I think this is corroborated by their age.

I doubt they are NG SF types unless they are specifically involved I guess but likely based on the federal government plates (DHS vehicle?) I'd say they are definitely part of that crew there. Issued/standardized clothing.




posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:49 PM
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Whatever you say Rasputin....(who your avatar looks like).



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:51 PM
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Originally posted by aivlas
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Maybe, need timestamps for the originals. I first saw the picture in the post above yours at 3pm GMT and also think it's the most suspect.

If that is the bag which held the bomb and not just some random bag that was near the blast then it does seem likely that it is him, bags match up at least from what can be seen.
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I tend to agree there, bag and then no bag.
People can shout all they want about AJ allowing the pictures to be published, and it seems he gave copy to authorities, but there is more than a reasonable chance of the culprit being there up to the near last minute, the bag could only be abandoned for a very short time before attention would be drawn to it. I can consolidate that too, because there were some Northern Irish people from my locale near the finish line, (they were not injured) had they seen an abandoned bag on the pavement, they would be off and running.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:52 PM
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Yes but your with your friend who is identical in dress to you. You are an adult. Not a kid, and you have an ear peice in. And you stand there looking like some army dude. Come on...

Ear peices can be used for many things. Passing information on for one.

We arent looking at a bunch of teenagers here... We are looking at " potential suspects"



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:53 PM
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Two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing have been singled out in surveillance videos of the scene, sources told the Tribune Washington Bureau on Wednesday.

U.S. counter-terrorism and law enforcement officials said that the suspects in the Boston bombings were seen in a department store video that caught images of a man leaving a backpack near the finish line.

A second federal official said he has been briefed that authorities believe a second video or photo showed "two men with two backpacks."

A counter-terrorism official said the suspects were picked out because they were carrying black backpacks, as well as because of their demeanor and how they reacted to the bomb blasts. That official said authorities do not yet know the identities of those in the videos.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:55 PM
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Uhhh.....no that would be the stars and stripes.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:58 PM
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The only question I still have is this: Where is the gray strap on the supposed "2 suspects" bags, when there clearly appears to be at least one bag with one gray strap in the remains? None of the other "2 suspects" have a gray strap on either of their bags, as far as I can tell. That strikes as being inconsistent. Perhaps, maybe there was another bag or maybe that was the remains of another bag unrelated to the bombing. Maybe I'm perceiving the picture of the back-pack remains incorrectly and there is no gray strap, but I don't think I am...
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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:06 PM
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I will go in to paint......bottom left in the circle


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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:09 PM
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A friend of mine who works in our military once said to me, "plain clothes policemen are the only people in the world that wear plain clothes"

Points is there is a value to having non uniformed officers that are easily identified as officers when you know what to look for. During the build up to desert storm, it was amazing how many young short haired American guys came in to my favourite cigar shop in small groups of 2 or three, all wearing sensible shoes. One of my cigar buddies who served in the US army in Japan for a while put me wise. "Skin heads don't wear corduroy" he had these guys pegged for military types, either marines or air force, on leave with orders to make their way to Germany before flying out to the Middle east.

These two dudes in 5.11 trousers and matching boots scream ununiformed military to me. Even without the earpieces.

There is also a value in cultivating the idea that you can always tell a plain clothes officers by looking at them, it makes it easier for more serious / 'specialists' to blend in.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:10 PM
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What will the FBI and the Cops and authorities do if it IS discovered to have dark shadow government intelligence apparatus connections?

Maybe we're about to find out how corrupt, or not, the system really is. We'll see what happens..



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:10 PM
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Good grief, people. Those two men aren't even undercover! They are there in a quasi official capacity with the US Military. QUITE OBVIOUSLY. Their backpacks are trauma bags, just as Navy Doc suggested. Any paramedic you see nowadays carries a bag like that except they're usually yellow.

Now the dude with the beard and matching bag... I think I have a bag just like it. (I've never been to Boston, LEO and am in Arkansas
) It is a Lafuna brand cross country skiing bag. Weird thing is that my bag cost 300 bucks. That's a lot of grip for a bag you're just gonna blow up.

ETA: Interested parties could Google search the Lafuna pro4810 40 bag, black obviously.

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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:16 PM
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Originally posted by aivlas
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I will go in to paint......bottom left in the circle


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Side note: Sorry, when I read "2 suspects" I thought you guys were referring to other two guys who appeared together (the guy with the black back-pack and the other guy with the blue duffel bag that seemed to have "disappeared"). That was my error, sorry

Now the actual suspect (number #1 in the picture) is missing the gray strap--doesn't make sense that that would be him. But the "gray strap" could just as easily be torn innards of the ripped bag against the background of the black covering (also ripped of the bag), but that seems still unlikely to me

As for that white patch on the bag--I'm not convinced that that white patch ont he bag matched the white patch on the suspect #1's bag. Here is why: You notice that in the picture the white patch has a thin square design on its center; with black outline. It isn't obvious, but it is there. Now, if you look at the torn bag, you'll notice that that design isn't there. Where did it go? That is inconsistent.

Also notice that the white patch was on the handle of the nag, but the patch here doesn't seem to be on any handle, rather on a part of the bag itself.


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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:17 PM
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But one guy had the giant bag on, then later no bag, looking conspicuously in the opposite direction to the rest of the crowd and he looks "off" like he's trying to blend in or not stand out too much in the crowd. Look again with your eyes open and see.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by WhoFeelsitKnowsit


There's something odd about the second image.

I'm referring to the apparently bagless man in the second image, look at his shoulders. His shoulders and arms appear to be forward slightly and he doesn't look exactly relaxed, like he's arching his back to support some weight. I don't normally analyse these kinds of things too deeply, don't know much about image manipulation.

It caught my eye as soon as I saw it, so I enlarged it using MS paint for a closer inspection, nothing obvious to me but his posture still seems off for some reason, it doesn't look right , is it too much of a leap to consider that the bag may have been edited out? Something about his posture it just looks like he's still got the bag on, why would anyone stand like that?



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:19 PM
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Ahh this guy?



Still the wrong bag.
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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:20 PM
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I actually think flying the Israeli police force over will do no good. The Al qaeda hate the Israelis and their occupation . It will just inflame things. I understand that Israelis are probably quicker at solving terrorist cases. But this does nothing for the USAs image. They will just see the Americans and Israelis as being equally united against them.


Too late, while all of this was going on, we just passed a resolution to fully back Israel if they decide to attack Iran. So I hardly think a few investigators do much more than this.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:21 PM
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Something about his posture it just looks like he's still got the bag on, why would anyone stand like that?


He may still actually have it. The straps are the same color as his jacket..so....



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:22 PM
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My eyes were open the first time, thanks. They are military volunteers. We used to volunteer for crap all the time and often times we would wear gear similar to theirs.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by aivlas
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Ahh this guy?



Still the wrong bag.
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Yeah, that is what I'm saying. Those two guys--either one of them don't have the bag that matches the remains. Neither a "white patch" nor a "gray strap". It can't really be these two guys IMO.



posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:23 PM
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See my post on page 9


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