By Neal Boortz
The people directly responsible for the bombings in Boston are either dead, in the case of the older bomber, or shot all to hell and in custody, in the case of the younger bomber. (I don’t particularly like giving these people the publicity they want by naming them). So, is it over? With the death of one, and the arrest of the other brother, is this case pretty much closed? If they acted alone and absent outside coaching or influence, yes. If not … no. It is most certainly not over.
So there we have the Mayor of Boston yesterday telling America that these two bombers acted alone. That’s it. It’s over. We killed on, the other is in custody. Case closed. Nobody else was involved We have them, and there’s nothing more to see here.
Here’s an oddity for you to consider. When there…
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Published on Apr 21, 2013
Investigators into the Boston Marathon bombings are trying to figure out what triggered two young suspects into carrying out the worst US terror attack since 9/11. The Tsarnaev brothers, who’d spent around half their lives living in the US, are believed to have carried out Monday’s twin explosions which killed 3 and wounded more than a hundred. The suspects’ family claims they had been under FBI surveillance for the past 5 years, and refuses to believe the young men carried out the atrocity. Former FBI agent Coleen Rowley joins RT studio.
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