On April 15, at 12:53PM the Boston Globe
tweeted that in “one minute,” there would
be a controlled explosion across the street
from the library on Boylston St. in Boston,
as part of “bomb squad activities”.
At 2:49PM one bomb DID go off at the
address indicated by the Globe – which
was *exactly* where the controversial
“pressure cooker” bomb allegedly went off,
as this video so aptly demonstrates.
The Boston Public Library is EXACTLY across
the street from where one of the explosions
went off, in front of the Finish Line. Have you
heard this in any of the countless TV and
newspaper reports on this huge story in the
news, this week? I hadn’t!
I DID hear about a potential 3rd bomb at the
JFK Library. That facility is 3.5 miles away
from the other 2 explosions and that event
turned out to be an unrelated mechanical fire.
Yes, the bomb exploded two hours later than
the Globe tweeted that it would, but this is still
quite worthy of further investigation and it’s still
a fascinating omission from the official narrative
of this terror attack.