Skip to comments.Heartbreak as police 'find body of missing college student FALSELY accused..
Posted on 04/24/2013 5:29:13 AM PDT by Perdogg
Police found the body of a man in the Providence River and they think it is 'very possible' that it is missing student Sunil Tripathi who was wrongly accused of being one of the Boston Marathon bombers. Tripathi, 22, was a Brown University student and has been missing since the middle of March.
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ummmmmm.... he was so distraught he killed himself?
I am thinking more ‘silenced’ to PREVENT him from talking
Wasn’t he missing before the marathon?
Again, we have to cross the Atlantic to get the truth our media does not care to provide.
Missing since the middle of March. Hmmm....
Do they say how long they think he has he been dead?
Kid suffered from depression. The false accusation may have pushed him over the line. Horrible.
I wonder if he was a victim of the “smiley face” killer.
If I am reading this correctly, he went missing a month before the bombing and left his cell phone and wallet behind. So where was he between then and his body being found? It is not at all clear that the accusations had anything to do with his death. Or if there is a connection, the article is so poorly written as to make it impossible to discern.
I think there’s a strong possibility that he was to be the patsy for the actual bombers who had a hand in his death. I can see how a third figure operating behind the scenes might also be involved here. I will be curious to know how long he has been dead and what the cause of death was.
Last week, a lot of people thought they had seen Sunil Tripathi. Indeed, some people were so convinced he looked like one of two men identified by police as suspects in the Boston bombing that even before officials had named the two suspects, countless numbers of people were claiming the young man was the subject of a massive, unprecedented manhunt......
‘We find it incredibly unfortunate that media outlets were so quick to jump without checking with authorities”
They nailed that one. Welcome to the US media. It’s not about accuracy in reporting any more, it who can get the story out fastest and God forbid they let the facts get in the way.
That was my thought as well.
Then linking the two together (missing student possibly found dead, being fingered as suspect) as if they are actually connected.
You ask very good questions, unfortunatly they are ones that I doubt we will ever get a straight answer to.
He does bear some resemblance to Tamerlan...
He would have made an excellent patsy and the timing of his disapearance fits such a hypothesis perfectly.and, somehow, he became a suspect. It seems like a good plan that fell apart.
On a related note...I’ve decided to go to the headquarters of the Waltham (Massachusetts) Police Department to check out the police report of that triple homicide that occurred there on 9/11/2011...the one where Jihadi’s only American “friend” had his throat slit,as did two other Jews.Under Massachusetts law such records are open to the public but ten bucks says that I’ll be denied access.It’ll be a bit of fun at least...I’m gonna be in that area anyway.
Note the Che’ T-shirt.
Hard Leftie or Useful Idiot??
It they aren’t too slow to get traction on a story, it’s too fast. if it isn’t too fast, it’s too slow...Just don’t try to compete with the Daily Mail which is a middle-market tabloid.
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