‘…It’s a new take on the “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” and one that’s not entirely without merit, since not everyone in America was willing to connect the Chechnyan war to the larger “global war on the terror” of the last decade. Though incidents like the Moscow subway bombing and the Beslan school seige, were clearly labeled as the terrorist attacks that they were. More importantly, from Putin’s perspective, the Boston bombing has given him a chance to say “I told you so.” He has said in the past that Western nations should support Russia’s attempts to suppress revolts in the region, because extremists movements there were a common enemy of the world. “Those two [the Boston attackers] have proved our position all too well,” he said…’
Boston Bombing Misinformation Causes Death of Wrong Suspect
Boston Globe Tweet Before Actual Bombing
Bomb Squad Activities’ Near Finish Line Before Explosions
‘Boston Globe Tweeted About these ‘Activities’ at the Exact Location of an Alleged ‘Pressure Cooker Bomb’
‘This video is an example of the confusion which arises when one’s local time stamp is confused with the timezone of a different area – and the hoaxes which result.
‘On April 15, at 3:53PM Eastern, the Boston Globe tweeted that in “one minute,” there would be a controlled explosion across the street from the library on Boylston St. in Boston, as part of “bomb squad activities”.
‘So, the timeline of the video above is incorrect. However, this phenomenon is very much an outgrowth of a *growing sector of the public which does not believe anything the Mainstream Media tells them – or any mouthpiece of officialdom, in general* – but they’ll believe their Twitter feed, while not taking into account the time difference between their location and that of other account’s posts…’
The Brains of Psychopaths
‘The idea that psychopaths lack empathy is hardly surprising. But this latest research, the first fMRI study to target brain activity in the context of empathic responses, joins a growing body of evidence which indicates that psychopathic behavior might be reflected in distinct, perceptible differences inside the brain. Several earlier studies, many of them by Dr. Kent Kiehl, a professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico and a co-author on this research, suggest that psychopathic brains exhibit unique differences in structure and function…’