posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 05:52 PM
On the subject of unexploded devices found that day. One of the reports originated with Rep. Keating and another is supposed to have come from an
official of one of the intelligence agencies.
Here's how the Wall St. Journal reported this:
Counterterrorism officials found five additional suspect devices around the Boston area on Monday, but a law-enforcement official later
said closer examinations led them to doubt that they were bombs. An earlier version of this article cited people briefed on the investigation
saying officials believed they were undetonated explosive devices.
Let's suppose there was a drill going on that day, as has been alleged by Alex Jones and others. Pseudo bombs are likely to have been part of that
drill. You have contractors and dogs running around doing the drill when reality intervenes with two actual explosions.
Everyone on the drill goes into high gear. They are rushing to help people. They may drop their backpacks with the pseudo bombs, or they may forget
about pseudo bombs left in place as part of the drill.
When the dust clears or even as it is clearing, the dogs and the responders go into "real" mode, hunting for bombs. They find "five additional suspect
devices". Maybe in some cases they are able to determine that they are not bombs immediately, but in other cases they may not be certain, under the
circumstances, and play it safe by demolishing the pseudo bombs explosively.
The phrase ". . . a law-enforcement official later said closer examinations led them to doubt that they were bombs
", implies uncertainty about
the matter. Were they "realistic" looking pseudo bombs designed for drills, enough like real bombs to fool people who were not aware of the drill, or
realistic enough to make things interesting for the "Blue" team in the drill?
The finding, even of "suspected" bombs or things that might be bombs but might not, could be said to be consistent with a drill going on that
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