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Q&A about The Chase and The Bombing

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posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 08:16 AM
The Chase

1. a. Why did they switch vehicles from their Honda Civic?

b. 1) Why did they not kill the victim of the car jacking? They apparently drove around with him in the vehicle for 30 minutes and then just dropped him off. They had just shot two other people prior to the car jacking, why did they leave this person alive?

2)People are now saying they were in a stolen police SUV. So now we are supposed to believe they hijacked a police vehicle and let the officer go? After allegedly shooting two other officers less than an hour prior to the car jacking?

c. With dash cams installed in most police vehicles, why is there no footage of the actual chase through the streets of Watertown? Where is the footage of them throwing "pipe bombs" out of the window?

d. The younger brother managed to elude police and then ended up in a foot pursuit with them near the mall around 4am. After a short foot pursuit they called it off. How did he out run the barrage of law enforcement in his vehicle and then elude them and a canine unit on foot, to which they ended up calling off the search.

e. When they finally did arrest the surviving brother, where are the weapons he had in the exchange of gunfire from the boat?

The Bombing

2. Why is there a limited amount of photos of the actual bombing and injured victims surfacing on the internet. With today's technology and everyone having a camera in their phone, there is a surprisingly small amount of actual photographic evidence of the injured from the blast. The claim is 180 injured, yet through a simple google search there is a series of around ten different victim photos that are recycled or shown from a different angle.

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posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 08:23 AM
And I heard about 20 people had limbs--feet or legs--blown off, yet have not seen any of them ID'ed or interviewed.

posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 09:11 AM
Go HERE for an interesting pictorial essay on the very real possibility of the Boston Bomber False Flag.

posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 09:14 AM
Given the pain these victims are going through, they probably don't feel the need to check in here to let people know they were indeed hurt in the blast.

posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 09:15 AM
reply to post by starviego

Friday the CNN live news feed reported that there were over 30 amputees.

The only one that they had shed any light on was the guy who lost both legs. They had indicated that just as soon as he was able, he drew them a picture of one of the suspects.

posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 12:38 PM
Hopefully the lack of cell phone videos or photos is a testament that those near the blast were not complete douche bags, and actually helped the injured in some way instead of standing there being worthless with their phones out. But then again, I'm an optimistic person in general, so I could be wrong.

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