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Boston: locking down the city where the American Revolution was born

 
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(NaturalNews) No taxis. No buses. No trains. No flights. Stores shuttered. Empty streets. Doors locked. Massive police presence. Stay inside. Don't move. Watch television. Get the latest reports.

If you need to muse on something, you might remember a few significant events that occurred on or around Patriot's Day, the anniversary of the opening battles in the American Revolution:

Final attack on the Waco Branch Davidian compound: April 19, 1993.

Oklahoma City bombing: April 19th, 1995.

Columbine school shooting: April 20, 1999.

Virginia Tech shooting: April 16, 2007.

Boston Marathon bombing: April 15, 2013

Don't worry your pretty little head about it, though. Things happen. They're meaningless.

But have faith.

That's right. I forgot. We're supposed to take it on trust.

The word from on high has come down.. The two Chechen brothers planted bombs at the Boston Marathon.

The FBI claims they have video to prove this, but of course we haven't seen it.

What we have seen is two men, white-cap black-cap, with backpacks, walking through the Marathon scene. That's it.

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The new world trade center is 1776 ft tall
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The new world trade center is 1776 ft tall
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Alright people: I'm in Boston. I live in the city. I work in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge right by MIT where the cop was murdered, which BTW is 2-3 miles from where the two Chechens lived. The cop who they murdered actually volunteered at the gym Tamerlan boxed. Kendall Square and MIT are literally right across a river from downtown Boston, I mean they breath down each other's neck, they are so close.

I was at work the day of the bombing, and had to go through the area where the bombs went off at exactly around the time they actually went off. I heard all the sirens and all kinds of law enforcement vehicles racing by. Then lots of people started coming through the streets away from the bombings towards me as I walked towards them.

A few things:

There was NO PANIC. People and police were perfectly calm. People just went about their business if they had business to attend to. Bars and restaurants outside the cordoned off bombing area were all crowded. Many people in the streets. I witnessed no bad behavior.

People were ASKED to refrain from going into the core of the city when the cops were searching for them. This was to prevent congestion on the streets, which is always bad here because this is a densely populated city. They also shut down the mass transit because they hadn't caught Johar and were afraid he's try and use it, maybe even commit more violence, plus they wanted to relieve the normal congestion like I wrote above. HOWEVER, nobody was forced to obey, these were simply requests. But most people went along with it due to the gravity of the situation. Almost everybody had the day off from work minus essential personnel. This lasted 1 day [?]. The section that was really affected was a portion of the western part of the city, into Watertown, Cambridge, Newton,Brookline...all these places border each other. The vast bulk of metro Boston was unaffected, maybe just 1 million people tops.

For maybe 3-4 days afterwards, there was a HUGE police presence, including national guard troops in full camo with automatic rifles, and many other law enforcement agencies, state and federal, city and suburban. The guardsmen were all very young, most look like teenagers, maybe 20-21. I didn't witness or hear of anyone being harassed and this all stopped after I think the 4th day. All is quiet now except for a huge number of tourist who want to see the place where the bombs went off. They think this is exciting, I guess.
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Re: Boston: locking down the city where the American Revolution was born
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spock

clappa

Alright people: I'm in Boston. I live in the city. I work in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge right by MIT where the cop was murdered, which BTW is 2-3 miles from where the two Chechens lived. The cop who they murdered actually volunteered at the gym Tamerlan boxed. Kendall Square and MIT are literally right across a river from downtown Boston, I mean they breath down each other's neck, they are so close.

I was at work the day of the bombing, and had to go through the area where the bombs went off at exactly around the time they actually went off. I heard all the sirens and all kinds of law enforcement vehicles racing by. Then lots of people started coming through the streets away from the bombings towards me as I walked towards them.

A few things:

There was NO PANIC. People and police were perfectly calm. People just went about their business if they had business to attend to. Bars and restaurants outside the cordoned off bombing area were all crowded. Many people in the streets. I witnessed no bad behavior.

People were ASKED to refrain from going into the core of the city when the cops were searching for them. This was to prevent congestion on the streets, which is always bad here because this is a densely populated city. They also shut down the mass transit because they hadn't caught Johar and were afraid he's try and use it, maybe even commit more violence, plus they wanted to relieve the normal congestion like I wrote above. HOWEVER, nobody was forced to obey, these were simply requests. But most people went along with it due to the gravity of the situation. Almost everybody had the day off from work minus essential personnel. This lasted 1 day [?]. The section that was really affected was a portion of the western part of the city, into Watertown, Cambridge, Newton,Brookline...all these places border each other. The vast bulk of metro Boston was unaffected, maybe just 1 million people tops.

For maybe 3-4 days afterwards, there was a HUGE police presence, including national guard troops in full camo with automatic rifles, and many other law enforcement agencies, state and federal, city and suburban. The guardsmen were all very young, most look like teenagers, maybe 20-21. I didn't witness or hear of anyone being harassed and this all stopped after I think the 4th day. All is quiet now except for a huge number of tourist who want to see the place where the bombs went off. They think this is exciting, I guess.
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