reply to post by Indigo5
So, what we are supposed to know here is that they did
go to that 7-11 but not
to rob it, which instead someone else did...? Did the
robbery occur before or after that surveillance photo was taken?
Has someone tried to make a timeline in this thread to clear everything out?
As I heard it, together with I guess everyone following MSM in my neck of the woods, the MIT officer intervened in the 7-11 robbery and that is where
he got shot. Now, apparently that was not the case.
The fire fight that ensued is most likely when their plans went down the toilet however. After that, I don't think anything followed any "plans" at
all. What is yet to be figured out is their plans up until
My guess is that they pulled off the attack at the marathon, alone or with two more perpetrators. Maybe it kinda dawned on them what they had done and
they just ran away and hid somewhere, realizing they hadn't any escape planned. I mean, some people are just that dumb sometimes...
I was however stated that they "bragged about" the bombing to the owner of that hijacked SUV so they sure wheren't playing this low-key either...
If they wanted to lay low, they could just have taken the train or whatever outta there as soon as the bombing was done. If they wanted to meet death
the martyr way, they could have kept the backpacks on them as they went off... If they wanted to fight, they could have done that as well....
This is all very surreal. I am almost pulling the MK on this one....
Still, from what I heard, Dzjochar is responding now, replying to scribbled notes at the hospital. I really hope he has some very satisfying closure
to all of this. Can't wrap my head around it really.
I think I'll head up to the athropological faculty tomorrow and ask if they can tell how someone can hold a grudge against a host country for so
long... That is one of the major psychological aspects to this I need to have sorted out to understand why anyone would have this weird modus like
I wonder how they justified their actions. The Chechen-US link is not making sense either. If there has been one opponent
to the two Chechen
wars it has been the US (the West). At least up until the "Nord-Ost" theatre siege and Beslan (if those events reached US MSM, I have no idea,
please fill me in).