Skip to comments.Investigator Pleads For Help In Marathon Bombing Probe: "Someone Knows Who Did This"
Posted on 04/17/2013 3:02:33 AM PDT by Biggirl
The FBIs lead investigator into the Boston Marathon bombings on Tuesday made a passionate plea for information from the public, saying the range of suspects and motives remains wide open as the probe into who might be responsible for the attacks begins. Someone knows who did this, said Richard DesLauriers, the special agent in charge of the FBIs Boston office. Importantly, the person who did this is someones friend, neighbor, coworker or relative. We are asking anyone who may have heard someone speak about the marathon, or the date of April 15, in any way that indicated that he or she may have targeted this event to call us.
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Question I have is this:
Was a mistake made in releasing that Saudi national?
Special Agent DesLauriers is not inspiring a great deal of confidence that they will get their man. Elliot Ness he is not.
I call BS, they already know who but would be too embarrassing to the current political faction.
So they are hoping to get enough out of the blue accusations to pin the blame on a certain other political party.
In this current age of tech CSI and intel gathering they know already.
Its all just a stalling tactic.
I would suspect that little was gained from the search of the house.
I would add two things...first, two bags were dropped. Some guy walking around with two bags...would have been noticed by folks and already committed by the cops. So I don’t think we are talking about one individual doing the whole thing, more likely to be two guys....each dropping one bag.
Second, they didn’t want massive destruction of buildings (like our Oklahoma City situation). They wanted it to be a personal thing....with people hurt as much as possible. It wasn’t intended to be a TV magnet for gapping holes in a building or a bridge knocked down. They wanted people hurt in a bad way. I’m more likely to think this is a guy with a friend...who both have a pay-back situation in mind.
Have you been to a major race? It's not at all unusual to carry four or five bags at once. One friend grabs the stuff for a group of runners and takes it to the finish line. Your idea sounds nice, but it does not work at a marathon.
Could have been a volunteer under a fake name and no one would have oticed a thing.
Pathetic. Just pathetic.
Oh, this case will get solved, alright. The pressure is going to increase on this incompetent, goat rodeo of an administration until they pluck someone off the street and conjure up evidence until they have a suspect.
With all that video surveillance, all those cops and all the pre- and post-bombing photos taken... and THIS is where they are with the investigation?
On one of the other threads, I saw a couple of pictures of what looked like backpacks.
It’s unlikely much would be found, even if they did it. The terrorists come into the country with a specific purpose, live a disposable life, and disappear.
It would be far more remarkable if they found any signs of permanent intent, like a library book or tv guide.
Authorities searched his residence, removing bags of undisclosed items. One would think that if the contents had been incriminating, the Saudi "person of interest" would not have been released. My question is: was the Saudi the only person who suffered burned hands in the bombing(s)?
Someone should direct this idiot FBI guy to Walid Shoebat’s website. There were many Saudi’e there. This FBI guy would even have pics.
Look, they know who did this, but the truth makes Dear Leader look bad, so they are acting clueless.
This is why we are seeing more of this:
Did the US go after Saudi Arabia after 9/11 since 15 of the 19 Muslim terrorists came from that country? Nope!
Is this the same Boston FBI that protected Whitey Bulger?
Incidentally in his younger days Bulger was the spitting image of our Wacko VP.
Why would one think that?
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