Originally posted by canucks555
Checkin out the board tonight and see that there already are a bunch of "they didnt do it" threads. Also the patented "They're all
Umm does it feel good defending criminals? And would you be as quick to post your garbage if a personal loved one was a casualty?
Is this about stars and flags?
Or are you ten years old looking for attention?
I read your "cool-down" speech, as well as this...so, am simply quoting the OP.
I entirely agree -- maybe half of the people posting in various such threads categorize every event in the world
Who knows?...(neither you or I)...they may be right.
It seems that each time such an atrocity/tragedy comes about, I first align directly with what "the News" puts forth (being whatever comes across
the airwaves)...but as soon as something "they" have said or shown looks out of place, I begin looking desperately, to determine if I simply
misheard, or misunderstood...or, if the explanation isn't as simple as either of those.
So - when you label the brother that was reportedly killed, and the brother that is in custody as "the culprits", I have some difficulty accepting
your ability to "judge" the truth, and see that you are willing to "jump to conclusions" without as much evidence as I require to arrive at the
Doesn't mean that you're wrong. Time will (may) prove that out. But, as the case has been made (so far), I don't know what facts are reliable,
and what facts are not.
Seems pretty evident that there were two explosions within less than a minute of each other.
Some of the other official-facts
have changed numerous times...as they are wont to do.
So - until I am either satisfied that I can rely on the facts that pin these crimes to those brothers...fairly...I will withhold any sentiments or
statements of judgment or justice.
And I would like the time and opportunity to proceed with my investigation into said matters/questions without the fear of offending others (like
In any case - I understand your frustration, and share much of the same dismay...but have not, as yet, concluded them "guilty on all counts".