posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 05:03 PM
Originally posted by Wookiep
Originally posted by retirednature
Originally posted by dc4lifeskater
reply to post by retirednature
to late,, suspect in custody
Too late, no suspect in custody.
LOL don't you just love the "MSM" ?
Yup, MSM is a circus. Entertaining, but that's about it...
I can't imagine that whoever did this, was very intelligent. Nor capable of pulling this off with less than 5 people. For them to claim that a
suspect is in custody, and then for people to think this is over... is as ignorant as they come. This is FAR FROM OVER.
I very much believe that the individuals responsible for this are ex-military. There's a lot to say on that front, but regardless of speculation,
these guys knew what they were doing. They've seen this before, and strategies have been adopted.
I give it two days before the public is given any names.
I give it one week until a rather large amount of money will rest on their heads.
This investigation will expand exponentially when these identities are discovered and released, and continue to until everyone is brought to justice.
Everybody has their own version of justice, and I'd even go as far to say that there WILL be legislation that manifests as a result of this tragedy.
If 9/11 taught us anything, it's that the US's response to such things is deeply entrenched with retaliatory and preventative measures, rightfully
so, suggesting that what happened in Boston will result in unprecedented reactions considering the nature of these attacks. This time, it just might
not be foreigners... and look what the US did in other countries when it was. Now where do they go?
Lets hope I'm wrong, a successful manhunt ensues and everybody retains their civil liberties. Maybe we'll even see a surge in patriotism, something
necessary for the impending wars about to take place. Something to rally behind. Maybe they were Iranian and a perfect excuse to back Israel and
Jordan... Who knows, not me... but what I do know, events like this don't just blow away.