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 5 years ago '08        #41
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 Fedor Christ said:
That was literally way too easy.

Claims to go to an expensive college yet you're too ashamed to admit what math level you're at or even where you go to school.

27 thousand posts on top of that.



Sure thing, playa. I bet you got pus*y on deck, too.

Reply to this post.
Youre trynna clown me bcuz I won't give away my personal info to some tool?shows whose more intelligent, buddy.
 5 years ago '08        #42
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 triznathaniel said:
Didn't this guy and his brother k!ll a cop trying to get away?
-- Police fired nearly 300 rounds of ammunition within five to 10 minutes as they confronted the suspects -- 100 more than initially reported. And that included one round that nearly k!lled Massachusetts Transit Police Officer Richard Donohue. (Others bullets struck the Tsarnaev brothers, seriously injuring Dzhokhar and contributing to the death of Tamerlan.)

 5 years ago '08        #43
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 nuknuk42084 said:
wait, so do you think he didnt do it BECAUSE the media said he did?
He's innocent until proven guilty. The evidence they showed hasn't proved anything... How does a guy wit a white backpack gets blamed for a terrorist act but the baxkpack ends up being completely black. Smh
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 Fedor Christ said:
$1000 says Future ain't coming back in here now.
You can transfer my money via PayPal... Thank u very much
 5 years ago '08        #45
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 D1nOnlyMrM@ said:
You're an idiot. You probably have no real life social skills asking dumb questions as such to engage in debate over if a child participated in these crimes. You want everyone to believe you are smart. Well people who cannot stick to a topic are dumb. Don't even try to rationalize how you are baiting people to fall into a topic in a way where your view will appear to be dominant. No one cares about your math skills or your racial specifics. You come off as one of the people who no one wants to be around because all day and night you try to show off your intelligence, and it is really annoying. Be an adult. Realize people have views and you will have your own. Don't try to discredit them by imposing your past accomplishments in categories no one really gives a sh*t about. What ya gonna do? Ask us a word problem?
That sh*t that make your soul burn slow...
 5 years ago '08        #46
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 supervillain said:
-- Police fired nearly 300 rounds of ammunition within five to 10 minutes as they confronted the suspects -- 100 more than initially reported. And that included one round that nearly k!lled Massachusetts Transit Police Officer Richard Donohue. (Others bullets struck the Tsarnaev brothers, seriously injuring Dzhokhar and contributing to the death of Tamerlan.)

First they said they robbed 7/11 but then said they didn't... Now the cop was k!lled in a friendly fire... The story is coming out slowly but surely.
 5 years ago '05        #47
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There is no proof he is guilty, but its kinda shady that his brother would admit being the bomber and initiate a shootout when he is suspected. his brother was with him the whole time. if anything they can still charge him for being involved in terrorism.
 06-06-2013, 12:46 PM         #48
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he did it and he knows he did it. the fact that he was calming his mom down is basically him saying and acting like he did it.
 5 years ago '12        #49
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 WMYakballzWM said:
he did it and he knows he did it. the fact that he was calming his mom down is basically him saying and acting like he did it.
wouldn't you tell your moms to calm down if you was locked up and she was panicing on the phone and crying in your ear?

I guess him telling her not to say anything was just something to overlook huh
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 PEK said:
I was speaking about conspiracy theorists in general dumb a.ss and i would consider u idiots a club cuz yall have the same fu*king pattern of thinking.
Simple-minded fools such as you always like to use blanket generalizations and lump people in groups illogically.

"ooo u believe that government dont have our best interest at heart? u must also believe dat all politicians are reptiles, u idiot haahaa"

Realizing the government's lies and their crime-ridden past, and seeing that US foreign policy is in the best interest of the corporations, NOT the American people as you have been led to believe is something any logical person would do.

And acting as if a false flag attack is out of the realm of possibility just goes to show how far you have been conditioned. Read up on Operation Northwoods for one. Didn't the Memphis police and other government agencies also get found guilty of conspiracy for the murder of Martin Luther King?

And before you go off on people for questioning things, try to realize that what you're doing is exactly what elites/corporations would want. Ridicule people who ask too many questions so others lose motivation and fear doing the same. The result being? An obedient population.


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 5 years ago '08        #51
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 Prodigy said:
Simple-minded fools such as you always like to use blanket generalizations and lump people in groups illogically.

"ooo u believe that government dont have our best interest at heart? u must also believe dat all politicians are reptiles, u idiot haahaa"

Realizing the government's lies and their crime-ridden past, and seeing that US foreign policy is in the best interest of the corporations, NOT the American people as you have been led to believe is something any logical person would do.

And acting as if a false flag attack is out of the realm of possibility just goes to show how far you have been conditioned. Read up on Operation Northwoods for one. Didn't the Memphis police and other government agencies also get found guilty of conspiracy for the murder of Martin Luther King?

And before you go off on people for questioning things, try to realize that what you're doing is exactly what elites/corporations would want. Ridicule people who ask too many questions so others lose motivation and fear doing the same. The result being? An obedient population.

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I don't expect nothing less than an ignorant response from him.
 5 years ago '06        #52
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 Fedor Christ said:
I ask the questions 'round here, snowflake.

What is your religion?


And if you dislike pedophiles so much why do you defend Muslim dictators?
So how much do a government desk job pay now days??

Insult, quote, insult, and Add a smiley
 06-06-2013, 02:15 PM         #53
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I believe in questioning everything, and believing only half of what I see and nothing that I hear. But yet I still think these dudes did it. I'm not a conspiracy theorist but what does that make me? I guess I'm on the middle road. You don't have to be "sucking Uncle Sams d!ck" as some dude put it, to believe that these dudes was guilty.

And to the people who were bashing college in here, chances are you're not going to be the next founder of Google or the next Albert Einstein. That is why the majority of people need a degree, because a high school diploma don't mean sh*t. Can you be successful on your own? of course you can, but statistics prove that those with a college degree make way more money than those that don't. So unless you're feeling lucky, go to college lol.
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Nvm!!!!!!!!
 06-06-2013, 02:20 PM         #55
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What about his friend that "attacked an fbi agent wiith a sword"
 06-06-2013, 02:24 PM         #56
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And the whole story about them admitting to the guy they car jacked is full of holes if u look into it, and the fbi put out pics asking who they were when they both had previous fbi contact...why would they do that when its obvious that they knew their identity, maybethey did it but the story fishy
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 triznathaniel said:
Didn't this guy and his brother k!ll a cop trying to get away?

No.


That officer was .

That officer, who was shot by friendly fire was also the cop who found the dead MIT officer allegedly k!lled by Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev earlier that day.


One of the first responders to the scene of the officer’s death was police officer Richard Donohue, who had gone through the police academy at the same time as Officer Collier.

A few hours later, he would be critically wounded in the Watertown shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers.

Oh, and he's not talking about what he saw at the scene of the dead MIT cop:
Officer Richard “Dic” Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police remembers almost
nothing of the night he was shot during chaotic gunfire on a normally quiet
Watertown street, or of the murder of his close friend, MIT police Officer
Sean Collier, hours before in Cambridge.
...not surprising that he can't remember anything about how he got shot or how he found the dead MIT cop. He wants to live!

So why would they try to take him out in the first place? Because they were busy fabricating all the details of that shooting to frame the Tsarnaevs:




Early reports left the impression that Collier had some kind of active interaction with his k!llers.

Here’s the a.ssociated Press from that night:
Cambridge police and the Middles3x District Attorney’s office says the officer was responding to a report of a disturbance when he was shot multiple times.

[pic - click to view]

 
Here’s the MIT News
—the publication of the university’s administration—several days later:

On the evening of Thursday, April 18, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was shot and k!lled in the line of duty following an altercation at the corner of Vassar Street and Main Street on the MIT campus.
And here’s on April 23, five days after Collier’s death:
WASHINGTON–Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev allegedly shot and k!lled a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Thursday because they wanted his service revolver, according to two federal government law enforcement officials who have been briefed on the Boston Marathon manhunt.

They came upon Collier outside a gas station and convenience store near the MIT campus in Cambridge. He was apparently shot multiple times, but had left a safety device on his holster that the suspects could not unlock to retrieve the weapon.

It was unclear which brother shot the officer, the officials said. However, authorities have obtained a surveillance photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, dressed in a gray hoodie, at the store.

This is a false story, circulated days after the events. Collier was not outside a gas station and convenience store. Dzhokhar certainly appears to have gone into a gas station/convenience store later that evening, but Collier was not there and no murder took place at that time. Collier did not respond to a disturbance. He did not approach anyone. In fact, it’s likely he never even knew who shot him
.

To this day, hardly anyone in the general public is aware of this glitch in the narrative. Yet it is very important. Because if the initial story had been, “unknown persons came up behind a police officer sitting quietly in his patrol car and shot him for no apparent reason, not even taking his firearm” – that would no doubt have triggered a very different media response.

Why was Collier even sitting in his police car at that time? According to news accounts, Collier was parked near the intersection of two streets in Cambridge for the purpose of preventing illegal shortcuts through campus. Here’s the Boston Globe’s account:
About 9:30 p.m., Collier was on routine patrol. He was parked by the corner of Vassar and Main streets. It was a spot where motorists would sometimes take a chance, making an illegal shortcut through campus to avoid a red light.
“We ask patrols to sit there,” DiFava explained. It prevents the forbidden cut-throughs and it provides a high-profile presence for the MIT community.

Something crucial is missing from this account. Collier was not parked on the street. He was parked on the pavement, a distance from the corner, between two campus buildings. When I asked students about the scenario Chief DiFava presented, they were baffled. They didn’t recall patrols sitting between those buildings, and it was not apparent how or why anyone would save a minute at a red light by climbing the pavement and driving between buildings.

Yet, even after it was clear that Collier had done nothing more than sit in his car while someone came up behind him and shot him, the authorities were still feeling it necessary to lay it on thick. On April 25, a week after Collier’s death, the New York Times was reporting

“I [still] consider him a hero,” Boston’s police commissioner, Edward Davis, said in an interview this week. “It was his death that ultimately led to the apprehension. The report of the shot officer led to all those resources being poured in.”
A cop had been shot, “all those resources” were poured into that general vicinity, and a juggernaut had been launched.

On April 28, we see this from the Boston Globe’s mega-narrative of the sprawling affair:

Authorities say video from a surveillance camera shows the suspects approaching Collier’s car from the rear as he sat in his cruiser. Collier was shot five times, including twice in the head, officials said.
“The suspects.” In a long article about the Tsarnaevs, it is reasonable to conclude that the Globe means the Tsarnaevs.

It is all much more unclear. On April 25, several days before the Globe published the bit above, the New York Times offered a crucial but underplayed distinction:
While there is video of two men approaching Officer Collier’s car, three law enforcement officials said, it does not clearly show their faces. But investigators now believe the brothers k!lled the officer to get another gun.
The Times reports that the video does not establish with certainty the identity of Collier’s murderers. Yet the next sentence accepts as a certainty that it was the brothers.

[pic - click to view]





The MIT officer's death was to frame up the Tsarnaev brothers as terrorists. The media fabricated practically every single detail of the shooting, from where it happened, to what he was doing, to proof the Tsarnaev's were on the scene, to their motive for the shooting. He wasn't in an altercation or responding to one, he wasn't at the gas station the Tsarnaev's were seen at, and they aren't even clearly identifiable on the camera!


Before the MIT shooting they were just suspects with backpacks, like the guys from The Craft International people on 4chan were talking about. After the shooting they were terrorists on the run and the stage was set for everything that happened after that night.


Without them being blamed for the MIT cop's death we wouldn't have had the big siege with the first shoot out (where the cop/witness was shot by friendly fire), or defacto martial law being placed on Boston and people locked in their homes and searched at gun point, or the faked second shoot out at the boat where Tamerlen Tsarnaev was caught and a fake confession placed in the boat. Remember two of the FBI agents who arrested Tsarnaev were thrown from a helicopter during training, and one of Tsarnaev's friends was executed a couple weeks ago during an interview with the FBI. So the "clean up" is still going on.


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 06-06-2013, 02:37 PM         #58
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 autoraptronix said:
No.


That officer was .

That officer, who was shot by friendly fire was also the cop who found the dead MIT officer allegedly k!lled by Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev earlier that day.


One of the first responders to the scene of the officer’s death was police officer Richard Donohue, who had gone through the police academy at the same time as Officer Collier.

A few hours later, he would be critically wounded in the Watertown shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers.

Oh, and he's not talking about what he saw at the scene of the dead MIT cop:
Officer Richard “Dic” Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police remembers almost
nothing of the night he was shot during chaotic gunfire on a normally quiet
Watertown street, or of the murder of his close friend, MIT police Officer
Sean Collier, hours before in Cambridge.
...not surprising that he can't remember anything about how he got shot or how he found the dead MIT cop. He wants to live!

So why would they try to take him out in the first place? Because they were busy fabricating all the details of that shooting to frame the Tsarnaevs:




Early reports left the impression that Collier had some kind of active interaction with his k!llers.

Here’s the a.ssociated Press from that night:
Cambridge police and the Middles3x District Attorney’s office says the officer was responding to a report of a disturbance when he was shot multiple times.

[pic - click to view]

 
Here’s the MIT News
—the publication of the university’s administration—several days later:

On the evening of Thursday, April 18, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was shot and k!lled in the line of duty following an altercation at the corner of Vassar Street and Main Street on the MIT campus.
And here’s on April 23, five days after Collier’s death:
WASHINGTON–Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev allegedly shot and k!lled a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Thursday because they wanted his service revolver, according to two federal government law enforcement officials who have been briefed on the Boston Marathon manhunt.

They came upon Collier outside a gas station and convenience store near the MIT campus in Cambridge. He was apparently shot multiple times, but had left a safety device on his holster that the suspects could not unlock to retrieve the weapon.

It was unclear which brother shot the officer, the officials said. However, authorities have obtained a surveillance photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, dressed in a gray hoodie, at the store.

This is a false story, circulated days after the events. Collier was not outside a gas station and convenience store. Dzhokhar certainly appears to have gone into a gas station/convenience store later that evening, but Collier was not there and no murder took place at that time. Collier did not respond to a disturbance. He did not approach anyone. In fact, it’s likely he never even knew who shot him
.

To this day, hardly anyone in the general public is aware of this glitch in the narrative. Yet it is very important. Because if the initial story had been, “unknown persons came up behind a police officer sitting quietly in his patrol car and shot him for no apparent reason, not even taking his firearm” – that would no doubt have triggered a very different media response.

Why was Collier even sitting in his police car at that time? According to news accounts, Collier was parked near the intersection of two streets in Cambridge for the purpose of preventing illegal shortcuts through campus. Here’s the Boston Globe’s account:
About 9:30 p.m., Collier was on routine patrol. He was parked by the corner of Vassar and Main streets. It was a spot where motorists would sometimes take a chance, making an illegal shortcut through campus to avoid a red light.
“We ask patrols to sit there,” DiFava explained. It prevents the forbidden cut-throughs and it provides a high-profile presence for the MIT community.

Something crucial is missing from this account. Collier was not parked on the street. He was parked on the pavement, a distance from the corner, between two campus buildings. When I asked students about the scenario Chief DiFava presented, they were baffled. They didn’t recall patrols sitting between those buildings, and it was not apparent how or why anyone would save a minute at a red light by climbing the pavement and driving between buildings.

Yet, even after it was clear that Collier had done nothing more than sit in his car while someone came up behind him and shot him, the authorities were still feeling it necessary to lay it on thick. On April 25, a week after Collier’s death, the New York Times was reporting

“I [still] consider him a hero,” Boston’s police commissioner, Edward Davis, said in an interview this week. “It was his death that ultimately led to the apprehension. The report of the shot officer led to all those resources being poured in.”
A cop had been shot, “all those resources” were poured into that general vicinity, and a juggernaut had been launched.

On April 28, we see this from the Boston Globe’s mega-narrative of the sprawling affair:

Authorities say video from a surveillance camera shows the suspects approaching Collier’s car from the rear as he sat in his cruiser. Collier was shot five times, including twice in the head, officials said.
“The suspects.” In a long article about the Tsarnaevs, it is reasonable to conclude that the Globe means the Tsarnaevs.

It is all much more unclear. On April 25, several days before the Globe published the bit above, the New York Times offered a crucial but underplayed distinction:
While there is video of two men approaching Officer Collier’s car, three law enforcement officials said, it does not clearly show their faces. But investigators now believe the brothers k!lled the officer to get another gun.
The Times reports that the video does not establish with certainty the identity of Collier’s murderers. Yet the next sentence accepts as a certainty that it was the brothers.

[pic - click to view]





The MIT officer's death was to frame up the Tsarnaev brothers as terrorists. The media fabricated practically every single detail of the shooting, from where it happened, to what he was doing, to proof the Tsarnaev's were on the scene, to their motive for the shooting. He wasn't in an altercation or responding to one, he wasn't at the gas station the Tsarnaev's were seen at, and they aren't even clearly identifiable on the camera!


Before the MIT shooting they were just suspects with backpacks, like the guys from The Craft International people on 4chan were talking about. After the shooting they were terrorists on the run and the stage was set for everything that happened after that night.


Without them being blamed for the MIT cop's death we wouldn't have had the big siege with the first shoot out (where the cop/witness was shot by friendly fire), or defacto martial law being placed on Boston and people locked in their homes and searched at gun point, or the faked second shoot out at the boat where Tamerlen Tsarnaev was caught and a fake confession placed in the boat. Remember two of the FBI agents who arrested Tsarnaev were thrown from a helicopter during training, and one of Tsarnaev's friends was executed a couple weeks ago during an interview with the FBI. So the "clean up" is still going on.

[pic - click to view]

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 autoraptronix said:
No.


That officer was .

That officer, who was shot by friendly fire was also the cop who found the dead MIT officer allegedly k!lled by Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev earlier that day.


One of the first responders to the scene of the officer’s death was police officer Richard Donohue, who had gone through the police academy at the same time as Officer Collier.

A few hours later, he would be critically wounded in the Watertown shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers.

Oh, and he's not talking about what he saw at the scene of the dead MIT cop:
Officer Richard “Dic” Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police remembers almost
nothing of the night he was shot during chaotic gunfire on a normally quiet
Watertown street, or of the murder of his close friend, MIT police Officer
Sean Collier, hours before in Cambridge.
...not surprising that he can't remember anything about how he got shot or how he found the dead MIT cop. He wants to live!

So why would they try to take him out in the first place? Because they were busy fabricating all the details of that shooting to frame the Tsarnaevs:




Early reports left the impression that Collier had some kind of active interaction with his k!llers.

Here’s the a.ssociated Press from that night:
Cambridge police and the Middles3x District Attorney’s office says the officer was responding to a report of a disturbance when he was shot multiple times.

[pic - click to view]

 
Here’s the MIT News
—the publication of the university’s administration—several days later:

On the evening of Thursday, April 18, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was shot and k!lled in the line of duty following an altercation at the corner of Vassar Street and Main Street on the MIT campus.
And here’s on April 23, five days after Collier’s death:
WASHINGTON–Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev allegedly shot and k!lled a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Thursday because they wanted his service revolver, according to two federal government law enforcement officials who have been briefed on the Boston Marathon manhunt.

They came upon Collier outside a gas station and convenience store near the MIT campus in Cambridge. He was apparently shot multiple times, but had left a safety device on his holster that the suspects could not unlock to retrieve the weapon.

It was unclear which brother shot the officer, the officials said. However, authorities have obtained a surveillance photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, dressed in a gray hoodie, at the store.

This is a false story, circulated days after the events. Collier was not outside a gas station and convenience store. Dzhokhar certainly appears to have gone into a gas station/convenience store later that evening, but Collier was not there and no murder took place at that time. Collier did not respond to a disturbance. He did not approach anyone. In fact, it’s likely he never even knew who shot him
.

To this day, hardly anyone in the general public is aware of this glitch in the narrative. Yet it is very important. Because if the initial story had been, “unknown persons came up behind a police officer sitting quietly in his patrol car and shot him for no apparent reason, not even taking his firearm” – that would no doubt have triggered a very different media response.

Why was Collier even sitting in his police car at that time? According to news accounts, Collier was parked near the intersection of two streets in Cambridge for the purpose of preventing illegal shortcuts through campus. Here’s the Boston Globe’s account:
About 9:30 p.m., Collier was on routine patrol. He was parked by the corner of Vassar and Main streets. It was a spot where motorists would sometimes take a chance, making an illegal shortcut through campus to avoid a red light.
“We ask patrols to sit there,” DiFava explained. It prevents the forbidden cut-throughs and it provides a high-profile presence for the MIT community.

Something crucial is missing from this account. Collier was not parked on the street. He was parked on the pavement, a distance from the corner, between two campus buildings. When I asked students about the scenario Chief DiFava presented, they were baffled. They didn’t recall patrols sitting between those buildings, and it was not apparent how or why anyone would save a minute at a red light by climbing the pavement and driving between buildings.

Yet, even after it was clear that Collier had done nothing more than sit in his car while someone came up behind him and shot him, the authorities were still feeling it necessary to lay it on thick. On April 25, a week after Collier’s death, the New York Times was reporting

“I [still] consider him a hero,” Boston’s police commissioner, Edward Davis, said in an interview this week. “It was his death that ultimately led to the apprehension. The report of the shot officer led to all those resources being poured in.”
A cop had been shot, “all those resources” were poured into that general vicinity, and a juggernaut had been launched.

On April 28, we see this from the Boston Globe’s mega-narrative of the sprawling affair:

Authorities say video from a surveillance camera shows the suspects approaching Collier’s car from the rear as he sat in his cruiser. Collier was shot five times, including twice in the head, officials said.
“The suspects.” In a long article about the Tsarnaevs, it is reasonable to conclude that the Globe means the Tsarnaevs.

It is all much more unclear. On April 25, several days before the Globe published the bit above, the New York Times offered a crucial but underplayed distinction:
While there is video of two men approaching Officer Collier’s car, three law enforcement officials said, it does not clearly show their faces. But investigators now believe the brothers k!lled the officer to get another gun.
The Times reports that the video does not establish with certainty the identity of Collier’s murderers. Yet the next sentence accepts as a certainty that it was the brothers.

[pic - click to view]





The MIT officer's death was to frame up the Tsarnaev brothers as terrorists. The media fabricated practically every single detail of the shooting, from where it happened, to what he was doing, to proof the Tsarnaev's were on the scene, to their motive for the shooting. He wasn't in an altercation or responding to one, he wasn't at the gas station the Tsarnaev's were seen at, and they aren't even clearly identifiable on the camera!


Before the MIT shooting they were just suspects with backpacks, like the guys from The Craft International people on 4chan were talking about. After the shooting they were terrorists on the run and the stage was set for everything that happened after that night.


Without them being blamed for the MIT cop's death we wouldn't have had the big siege with the first shoot out (where the cop/witness was shot by friendly fire), or defacto martial law being placed on Boston and people locked in their homes and searched at gun point, or the faked second shoot out at the boat where Tamerlen Tsarnaev was caught and a fake confession placed in the boat. Remember two of the FBI agents who arrested Tsarnaev were thrown from a helicopter during training, and one of Tsarnaev's friends was executed a couple weeks ago during an interview with the FBI. So the "clean up" is still going on.
fu*ked up on so many levels.... Remember the JFK a.ssassination? supposedly Oswald shot the cop too? later it was proved that cop was shot as a cover up to make him look guilty. Same sh*t is happening today.
 5 years ago '07        #60
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 Future said:
He's innocent until proven guilty. The evidence they showed hasn't proved anything... How does a guy wit a white backpack gets blamed for a terrorist act but the baxkpack ends up being completely black. Smh
What evidence has been shown? Usually the prosecution saves all info for court right? Do we know what info the prosecution has?

With all the info that's public now, I'm sure the defense has more than a solid case to prove he is not guilty.

But I plan on waiting for the trial and seeing how that goes. I consider myself open minded. From what I can see now, I have a reasonable doubt but we haven't seen what the prosecution has.
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