Is Boston Bombing an Act of a Terrorist?


2011 Boston Marathon finishing line pavillion ...
Beware of presuming and believing too fast. Wonder too why there is still no suspect
Censored story from the Boston national newsfeed
Local TV news story censored from national feed.

‘Before the incident, with sniffing police dogs all over, runners and spectators at the finish line were told: “Don’t worry. This is just a drill.”…’
This video is key evidence

Indication Boston Bombing Was a False Flag
‘For instance, earlier in the morning of April 15, 2013, the Boston Globe tweeted “Officials: There will be a controlled explosion opposite the library within one minute as part of bomb squad activities.” (Note: it has subsequently come to light that the tweet actually occurred 54 minutes after the tweet about the two bombings.The reference to a “controlled explosion” was in fact a reference to the detonation of a secondary device.)

‘In addition, it was reported by Business Insider in the article “2 More Explosive Devices Found At Boston Marathon,”[1] that a police scanner “said police were going to do a third, controlled explosion on the 600 Block of Boylston Street.”…’
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Why police states love terrorism
And how they help it along

‘A true story from Latin America that’s happened all over the world too – thanks to US training.

‘Don’t think they won’t do it here. The first World Trade Center and Oklahoma City show they already have…’
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Crowd Psychology
What Comes After Boston for Mass Public Events?

‘George Bonanno, a Columbia psychology professor who studied resilience in New Yorkers after September 11th, found that only six percent of the nearly 2,800 surveyed in a random sample experienced post traumatic stress after the 2001 tragedy. “There’s a big spike in trauma symptoms right after and then they’re gone,” he says. Bonanno, in fact, said that those living close to the attack may have recovered as well or better than those in other parts of the country who just watched what happened on television. “Living with a situation on a daily basis, there’s little choice but to put things out of your mind,” Bonanno says…’
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