Here we go again. Once more we’re expected to believe a completely ridiculous story. This time it’s about the Boston bombing and in particular the pursuit and capture of two bombing suspects, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
As I’m summarizing the details of this story, consider whether or not you find it credible….credible enough to be the basis of a new fiction thriller. Pretend you are given the responsibility of previewing the book to provide feedback for the author.
Hours after the FBI released images of two suspects, a series of events transpired that would lead to an enormous manhunt for one of the suspects, complete with combat vehicles in the streets, door to door searches and a lockdown of an entire metropolitan area.
This began at approximately 10:20PM, the evening of 4/18 when the two men allegedly shot an MIT police officer in his car.
Tips about the identity of the suspects were still pouring in when the Tsarnaev brothers fatally shot Massachusetts Institute of Technology office, Sean Collier 26, in his vehicle at 10:20 p.m., law enforcement officials said.
After they shot the officer, they allegedly carjacked a man in a Mercedes SUV. Why didn’t they just take the car of the officer that they shot at MIT? Is it because they needed someone to confirm this ridiculous story? (I think so).
The brothers then carjacked a Mercedes SUV, holding the driver captive for a half-hour while they tried to use his cash card to get money from three ATM’s, a source said. At the first, they put in the wrong number; at the second, they took out $800 and at the third, they were told they had exceeded the withdrawal limit, the source said.
The carjacking victim was released unharmed at a gas station in Cambridge, sources said. He told police the brothers said they were the marathon bombers and had just killed a campus officer. (Convenient! How nice of them to confess their crime to this carjack victim and then to drop him off at a gas station unharmed so he could tell the police about their confession AND report his vehicle stolen so they could be chased!)
“I saw them light this bomb. They threw it towards the officers,” he said. “There was smoke that covered our entire street.”
So the men were chased by police, throwing explosives, at some point stopped and got out of the vehicle and exchanged gunfire, then took out a pressure cooker looking bomb, lit it and through it and a witness SAW all of this in the dark of night!
This witness (with the incredible vision) then claimed to see Tamerlan fall to his death as he was running toward police officers. He not only had explosives, guns and a pressure cooker; he also had explosive devices strapped to his body.
Despite the fact that there were dozens of police cars at the scene, 19 year old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev somehow got away. I believe this was included in the story so that they could practice putting an entire city in lockdown mode and drive all of their SWAT vehicles around town. They could go door to door to search for this fugitive pressure cooker throwing lunatic and in essence terrorize the streets of Boston.
The story ends when a woman reports that someone is hiding in her boat, under a tarp. Police arrived, exchanged more gunfire and then arrested the suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
So, do you think anyone will believe this new fictional crime drama? I wouldn’t, but it doesn’t matter what I think and it doesn’t matter if the story is believable. It doesn’t have to make sense because they can report anything they want and the public accepts it without question. Understand that this is just a taste of things to come. We are being conditioned to seeing military in out streets routinely and not only that, this event will very likely lead to more war and needless deaths.
Here’s a new video that I put together quickly to show two things – 1) Tsarnaev is already convicted, and 2) Over a dozen special ops police officers filing out of a home where a woman reportedly saw some drops of blood near her doorstep.