Boston marathon bombing report delayed 'indefinitely'Document Transcript
Boston Marathon bombing report
Information about bombing foreknowledge not
exactly forthcoming from U.S. intelligence agencies
By Douglas J. Hagmann
21 September 2013: The truth about the bombing that took place at the Boston
Marathon is elusive at best. Facts about what the government knew and when they
knew it are being hidden, and the investigation into the event is turning into a
whitewash. The latest is delivered to us in the format of a letter obtained by ABC News.
A letter dated Thursday, September 19, 2013 – over five months since the April 15,
2013 bombing that killed three and injured some 260 others is being delayed…
indefinitely. Well, at least until the investigatory body receives information from
intelligence agencies about “what they knew and when they knew it” about the alleged
suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The letter is signed by four inspectors general and addressed to congressional
committees that oversee national security. Based on the contents of the letter, their
“final” report is being held up until they receive information from various intelligence
agencies concerning their foreknowledge of alleged bombers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar
Tsarnaev. There is sufficient open source and other information that suggests that the
bombing is not at all what it appears. Video footage from the finish line shows the
presence of assets and operatives from various intelligence agencies in addition to the
Tsarnaev brothers. Inconsistencies between the official narrative and the truth are
abundant. Of course, we are now facing a delay, exploiting the public’s marginal
Read the letter – for what it’s worth – by clicking the image (opens as PDF document).
We’ll be following this matter – and more – in the coming days.