Boston Bombing Stage: An ensemble cast of soldiers, spooks and ‘cleaners’
April 22, 2013
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21st Century Wire
Turn down the volume and look at the pictures…
As soon as US federal agencies, led by the FBI took over the Boston Bombing case, officials were adamant that the public ignore all of the photos publicly available – photos which authorities themselves solicited from citizens in the wake of the disaster.
In the end, all the authorities want the public to focus their point of attention on is the FBI’s images of their prime suspects… the Tsaranev brothers… “from Chechnya”.
‘Case closed, now move along’.
Our photo diagram (below) shows the almost unbelievable theatre, including an ensemble collection of character on site – and we’re not talking about genuine victims, police and EMS workers. No, we’re talking about the alarming array of on-site ‘actors’ – mercenary soldiers (some wearing Craft International gear), conspicuous spooks, non-injured victims, and cleaners.
The refusal of the FBI and law enforcement to address any of these suspicious characters and embarrassing anomalies during their series of press conferences last week, indicates that there may be an intention to either avoid, or worse… to cover-up some aspects of the Boston Bombing, due to either political, or internal agency classified operational security issues and other such ‘events’.
We are told not to ask any more questions about who carried out the Boston Bombings because the FBI have “found their men”, even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. We can begin by asking questions about some of the character walking through the bomb scene, many with their hands in their pockets. Take a close look…
PHOTO DIAGRAM: Crime scene image entitled, “The Boston Stage”, courtesy of Jason Liosatos – for 21st Century Wire.
Keep asking questions. Spread the information.
Demand answers to unanswered questions.
Actors, Directors and Bloody Squibs: Was the Boston Bombing Pure Hollywood?
Many people’s first reaction to scenes of the bombing were that of disbelief – it was gruesome like no one had ever seen before – not even from war photos. Truly horrific and shocking. So much pain and suffering of so many victims.
Still, there are skeptics, but as not much towards what happened as such (most people take the bombing itself on face value), but rather, how perfectly it was was captured on film and in picture, from the stunning colorful plume cloud explosion which shot perfectly into the street – almost like a Hollywood film, or the ripped and torn cloths of victims, and the bright red colored spatters of blood on the pavement, or like the icon images of victims with legs and fingers blown off, being rushed away in wheel chairs where they would be photographed perfectly…
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