posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 05:02 PM
reply to post by Ascent13
Who first suggested Sunil as a possible bomber? Was it a friend of his? Was it somebody who for some reason thought, hey, I'd better check all the
missing people lists all over America because I just bet it was one of them pesky missing people wot done it! That is a strange way to think, imo.
And he wasn't even a recent missing person, FFS.
Of all the people in all the world, the person suspected was a missing person who has been subsequently found dead. The chances of a missing person a
being incorrectly identified is substantially lower that the chances of a misidentification of someone who was NOT missing. I mean how many missing
people are there in contrast to the number of non-missing people? 1:10,000?
And since when did MSM base their news on Internet message boards - (esp. reddit) particularly in situations as grave as the bombing? I find it hard
to think ANY editor would be happy to do this ever, even the most money-hungry. They didn't even check where their info was coming from, and I mean
the poster who alleged it in the first place not Reddit. It would go against every editorial philosophy ever invented. Really confusing.
on 25-4-2013 by Archie because: lack of coffee