posted on May, 23 2013 @ 01:34 AM
Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are
This whole thing reeks of Oswald/Ruby and the basement shooting. How many dead people does it take to keep a cover-up going? Let's find out...
edit on 5/23/2013 by this_is_who_we_are because: typo
Well actually, that's a funny sentiment. See, it is often the fringe CT crowd which insinuates hundreds sometimes thousands being complacent in a
cover-up, false flag, conspiracy, etc.
Yet, most secrets have to be limited to a handful of people. And even when it's just a handful, dead bodies often appear. I would look at the Italian
criminals, or the Asian Triad groups for examples. When there are arrests, and someone up top can be implicated, often a handful of bodies will either
be found at the bottom of a river, or not found at all.
This only supports how hard it is to create an actual "conspiracy". And also explains why things are compartmentalized... why everything is a "need
to know" and shows how unlikely many conspiracy theories often are.
As someone else mentioned, the two members are part of an elite unit. Not the ones who were involved in the Boston arrests. I didn't see anything
showing that statement to be false. But while you guys are focused on "OMGZ BOSTON FALSE FLAGGERZ" there could be much bigger stories these two were
apart of. Their counterparts are considered Seal Team 6:
Special Agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw were killed in the incident Friday. Both were members of the bureau's elite hostage rescue
team, a group known most recently for rescuing an Alabama boy from a kidnapper in an underground bunker.
In 2011, two team members helped apprehend a Somali man who prosecutors say is the highest-ranking pirate whom federal officials have ever captured.
Mohammad Saaili Shibin was the chief negotiator for a group of pirates who took four Americans hostage aboard their yacht and later killed them.
Unlike the other pirates in the case, Shibin was arrested in Somalia. In August, a federal judge sentenced Shibin to a dozen life sentences.
Domestically, their resume includes rescuing nine hostages held at a federal prison in Talladega, Ala. in 1991 by Cuban inmates who were rioting to
prevent their return to Cuba. In February, members of the team rescued a 5-year-old boy from a small underground bunker where he was being held
hostage by a 65-year-old man. The kidnapper was killed by agents.
I don't think my source is posting a direct resume for the two guys, but simply what their unit was involved in. Now... You have many things going on
besides Boston, even the Osama burial decision of blocking burial photos, etc. Benghazi, IRS, and a number of other scandals.
If this was an "accident" and not an accident. There are a number of things these guys could have been involved in, where they could have been
playing Dr. Benjamin McKennas.