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Give FBI and Boston Law Enforcement Credit

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posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:07 AM
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As I write this, Suspect #1 is dead. Suspect #2 is locked down.

Can you imagine, however, that yesterday at 5PM EST, the FBI released photos of the suspects. Photos and video, from over one million people who were in attendance of the marathon on monday. That in and of itself is an incredible feat.

Or was it one must ask?

Either the FBI played a brilliant card yesterday, showing the pics and forcing the two to flush out, OR, is there more going on behind the scenes?

Either way, one must give credit to law enforcement. Very well done!




posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:11 AM
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reply to post by phantomjack
 

What are you talking about?

They had no idea who did it.

The two alleged suspects went on a crime spree, if you can believe that.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:16 AM
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With explosives? That's a bit too much of a coincidence. The real question is, did these two act alone, or were there others involved? We still don't seem to have a believable answer as to whether or not more were found, and with 3 large devices, it almost begs there to be at least a third involved (perhaps this missing student?)



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:19 AM
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Thats just the beginning, what happened to the original suspects, Sunil Tripathi and Mike Mulugeta?

But the idea that law enforcement should be "congratulated" is laughable.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by Gazrok
 

Thats just the beginning, what happened to the original suspects, Sunil Tripathi and Mike Mulugeta?

But the idea that law enforcement should be "congratulated" is laughable.


To each their own, but I do give them credit. Its one thing to sit in a chair and laugh but another thing to clear a house for a suspect that has killed and not afraid to kill or blow his own self up.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:28 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by phantomjack
 

What are you talking about?

They had no idea who did it.

The two alleged suspects went on a crime spree, if you can believe that.


What do you mean, they didnt know? They showed their pictures at 5PM yesterday. That is what I am referring two.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:33 AM
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3 days after the fact once they had gone through the crowd and directed their suspicions at all the Brown people first?

Job well done.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:41 AM
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Thanks for posting this. I was thinking the same thing.

To all you ATS's out there reading this: Never listen to people who can't demonstrate they can keep an open mind while the data is being collected and validated. Jumping to conclusions is a sign of weak critical thinking ability.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere
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3 days after the fact once they had gone through the crowd and directed their suspicions at all the Brown people first?

Job well done.


Dude. They had to scan through thousands of videos and pictures, screen out from a pool of 1 MILLION people on the streets of Boston that day.

Did you really think it would be instant? Or do you not see what they did to get to the point where they picked the two, and the two popped their heads up in a whack a mole move?

Man, you need to wake up.



posted on Apr, 19 2013 @ 11:21 AM
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Well, they have shed some blood, right along with the folks they FAILED to protect? So yes, they put up and I'll shut up. I have deep and disturbing questions like, So, the DHS concept of video surveillance is to 'rewind the tape', when something happens? note to the DHS, look up the concept of 'real time'. When it comes to information warfare, you just can't beat it! Real Time. Think about that. What was the difference in security measures during the interval between when the professional hard core competitors crossed the line, as say compared to the 'marginal' group, that was struggling mightily just to get there? Was there a difference, if so why? Where there less security assets available to protect a much juicier, less internationally distasteful target, a much larger group of runners reaching the line? Again, a proactive-Real Time security posture would have seemed to be more prudent,, but was that the case? You can bet your butt that these questions will be asked by Lords & Ladies who while away they're days, by the Potomac, waiting to make political hay out of the corps of another dead 8 year old. Out of the amputations of limbs of hard working, DECENT human beings. Of scoring some re-election cred by chastising a bloated and inefficient national police force with almost LIMITLESS detention authority? Yep, the Lords & Ladies are already chomping at the bit to score all that primo free tv time, where they can lament it's all about the kids, whom in they're TWISTED, EVIL minds, belong to them anyway.
First cop to tell those hypocrites to pack sand? We should elect as our National HERO!



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