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Posted on March 27 at 1:59 p.m.

Hey dou4now, can you explain why the guy in the black clothes with the earpiece was handing out black backpacks that resemble the exploded backpack in the photo that the FBI released, but do not resemble either of the backpacks the brothers were carrying?

I mean, you have some experience with security and military and whatnot, nobody else is willing to address this OBVIOUS and GLARING reality that the person who wrote this letter alluded to when they said that minimal cursory research shows that they likely were not involved in making the drop off.

It just baffles me that I can post clear, convincing evidence that the brothers were likely not involved and NOBODY is willing to give any sort of factual or intellectual rebuttal. I have posted these photos at least 5 times in various comment sections on the topic and it has never been addressed. We have photographic evidence they didn't do it and everybody ignores it. Seriously, what is wrong with people that they need to believe the mainstream media and cannot think for themselves?

What about the fact that in none of the photos does it appear that they are carrying 30 lb, which is pretty significant weight, in those backpacks? What about the dozens of other anomalies in this case? Are you really so devoted to the US military that you would be willing to help coverup a mass murder? Or would you be willing to expose your own government?

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Posted on March 27 at 1:45 p.m.

What do you mean give up?? Nobody EVER gives any intellectual rebuttal to my posts. If they did, and I ignored them then you could make that statement with some kind of validity, but the fact that my facts are never addressed through intellectual discourse means that I've never been engaged to begin with.

realitycheck, here's the problem - a 3 or 4 year old watching Sesame Street could figure out that these guys didn't do it by looking at these three photos:

How do you explain that the defendants had a white and light gray backpack, yet the photo the FBI released of the exploded backpack is black and looks exactly like the backpacks the guy in the black clothes with the Kraft International hat wearing an ear piece was handing out...

I mean, this is more than enough evidence to at least raise serious questions and NOBODY is willing to even address it.. have you even looked at the photos??

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Posted on March 27 at 12:53 p.m.

The point is that the use of force should only be applied when there is a victim - a person is being hurt, property being destroyed, etc. Otherwise it is immoral. It is immoral to trap a young person in a situation where they are not hurting anybody and you are ruining their future. Following the "rules" and obeying the state without prejudice is actually a really poor attribute that many older people like Jarvis who advocate the "rule of law" have. It is better that we have more people who brazenly oppose laws for victimless crimes. Although it may not be best for them, personally, it benefits us all that we can have more freedom and liberty in our personal lives.

Young people naturally lack the ability to use longer term judgement compared to older people. This is part of evolution, kids go out and get the sex while the getting is good and their peers are at their most attractive. Getting sex takes more than effort for males, it entails the application of an engaging, dynamic, powerful alpha personality that may include violent tendencies. That is why you see so many young people acting the way that they do. The other extreme is that people would wait to procreate and such until they were too old to do so.

Yes, there is a balance, young people should be reminded that their actions have consequences and they should be held responsible for their actions. They should not be forcefully taken into custody for engaging in peaceful actions, for example simply drinking alcohol, as this will increase confrontations and lead to unnecessary violence.

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Posted on March 27 at 12:36 p.m.

Sorry DrDan, it was not my first post above, it was the post dated-

March 26, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.

that I was referring to.. The first post I made will actually take you a bit longer than 30 seconds to investigate, but I highly recommend doing so.

Take a look at those three photos and get back to me - ANYBODY who thinks they are guilty, in fact, please get back to me on those three photos with an intelligent rebuttal.

That is one thing nobody here is able to do, I have no seen one single intelligent rebuttal to any of my posts.

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Posted on March 27 at 12:16 p.m.

DrDan, if you took 30 seconds out of your life and rubbed two brain cells together and looked at the three photos I posted in my first post above, if you have the cognitive ability to admit you are wrong you will have more than a few questions.

It's really sad that we have really clear evidence right in plain sight that absolutely proves beyond a doubt these brothers were not involved, we have photos that prove beyond a doubt who WAS involved and all you can do is mock the person presenting the evidence without even looking at it.

DrDan, you are worse than somebody who watches Housewives and reality TV all day who abdicates their responsibility to hold their fellow man responsible for these types of things.

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Posted on March 27 at 12:10 p.m.

Great letter, and it is amazing the amount of misinformation people have on this case in the comment section, with the exception of 14noscams of course..

Let's start with:

"the defendant himself unequivocally *said he did it*."

Oh really? How did he "say" he did it when they cut his vocal chords out of his throat when he was captured???

Why did the FBI release a picture of a black exploded backpack and then release photos of the brothers with light gray and white backpacks? Why were Kraft International employees in black gear with black ear pieces giving out BLACK backpacks that looked exactly like the one in the FBI photo? Why is NOBODY in the media talking about this??


During the shoot out, the brothers were heard saying, "Chill out! Chill out!! We didn't do it! We didn't do it! It wasn't us!!". Not proof, but something to consider. There are many other anomalies in this case.

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Posted on March 26 at 10:13 p.m.

Interesting - that would help explain the drought in Northern California.

Still, though, there are natural sources of arsenic which differ from the more dangerous kinds, it is a trace element. The worst kind, the industrial byproduct, was sprayed all over all the crops back in the 50s I think. It's also a byproduct of some mining processes and of course oil no doubt.

There are a lot of reasons, chemtrails included, why it is possible we could be seeing elevated levels in our groundwater and soils. Still not convincing me that in it's organic, natural state as found in nature in very small amounts is not necessary for healthy function. The link I posted above points out the differences and the specific chemical compounds.

I'd still like to see more studies done on the levels of arsenic in various foods and wine, not just what was tested here before avoiding one thing when it could be everything that is contaminated or maybe there were some exaggerations made for business purposes. But you certainly may be on to something, keep questioning.

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Posted on March 26 at 10:08 p.m.

If you lose too much blood pressure, you die, and he is still alive. Blood doesn't disappear, either.

They have admitted the drills were happening...More than likely, he lost his legs in Iraq from an IUD and was participating in the drill and was asked to do so in order to play the role of a victim. Look into "crisis actors". They are actively recruited around the country, and they have caught them doing it on craiglist and shit before some of these types of events. Maybe he was close enough to a real bomb that he saw or was convinced there were also real victims and had a previously signed gag order not to talk about the drill - maybe he was ordered by his superiors to act as if he was a real victim because the drill was "top secret" and by doing so he would blow the cover.

More than likely, at least ONE of the bombs at the Boston Marathon actually went off and injured people, and it is very possible that another explosion was part of a drill. Really, I'm not certain, but there is a lot of evidence of some of the injuries being related to a drill including fake blood packets strewn about the scene of at least one of the bombings.

Whatever happened, the wife of the older Boston bomber who is on surveillance with the younger one when he bought five pressure cookers at a store. She had access to the laptop that had the Jihadi material. She is also......*drum roll*.......the direct decedent of the founder of Skull and Bones. Their uncle was a CIA agent. Put the pieces together. They were setup.

During the shoot out with police, they can be heard saying, "Chill out!! Chill out!! We didn't do it!! We didn't do it!! It wasn't us!!". Certainly not proof, but something to consider.


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Posted on March 26 at 5:07 p.m.

Again, I'm looking for a logical refutation here. That's what I've asked for. You're really not good at that at all.

If you want to say that a gray or white blackpack is black, or that a guy who was seen with multiple black backpacks performing a drill where the exploded backpack appeared to be from the ones he was handing out, and then left the scene without any backpacks, and then say that guy had nothing to do with it while the guys with the wrong color backpack were guilty... You're either being illogical or you have the wrong facts. It's one or the other. I've provided the facts - please respond with logic and reason.

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Posted on March 26 at 5:01 p.m.

I have provided the facts, you have yet to respond to them.

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