On April 19, 1995, the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City was bombed. The original indictment accused Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nichols, and others unknown of responsibility for the outrage. A sketch of “John Doe #2,” a Middle Eastern-looking man, was distributed. But soon, the others unknown aspect of the case was sidelined and the focus was upon McVeigh and Nichols. In his book, Others Unknown, Stephen Jones, McVeigh’s attorney, describes how he struggled against the federal government’s attempts to conceal the whole truth about the case.
An independent team headed by Paul Joseph Watson, frequent contributor to the “Infowars.com” web site, combed through video footage of the Boston Marathon incident of April 15, 2013. Watson and his team discovered “‘black ops’ people that were there,” according to Lt. Colonel (Retired) Roy Potter. (Background: “Lt. Colonel: ‘Most Dangerous Time Since JFK Assassination'”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of April 20, 2013)
A possible “Others Unknown” is shown above, at top, present at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. (You can click on the image to enlarge it.) These photos had been found by Watson and his team and then, late Saturday night, April 20th, reportedly the “Syrian Cyber Army” hacked into the official twitter account of the CBS show “60 Minutes” and inserted the above and other images, such as President Barack Obama looking like Alfred E. Neuman, the Mad magazine character. “Hey Bro, Where’d Your Backpack Go?” was the accompanying caption.
Who is the above “Others Unknown” and where did his backpack go? And come to think of it, who wears a backpack when he is there to cheer on the runners?
Someone named Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is now in custody, hospitalized in serious condition. (Don’t ask me yet to do an anagram on that name.) The young Dzhokhar has already been found guilty of the Boston bombings by the “news” presenters. No need to give Miranda rights to Dzhokhar, since it is a “public safety” matter, the Feds have decided. So do they just ship him off to Guantanamo and leave him buried there? Is that what’s next?
President Barack Obama has acknowledged “that many unanswered questions remain about the motivations of the two men accused of perpetrating the attacks that unnerved the nation.” (“President: Victims ‘deserve answers'”, AP, circa April 20, 2013)
The “two men” are the two Chechen natives, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his brother, Tamerlan. (Tamerlan reportedly died during a shoot-out with police.)
Said President Obama: “The families of those killed so senselessly deserve answers.” Obama also “branded the suspects ‘terrorists.'” (AP, op. cit.)
Yes, not just the families of the victims but all Americans “deserve answers.”
And what sort of fair trial can Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hope to receive, now that the U.S. President has declared him a “terrorist”, the “news” presenters have painted him black, and his Miranda rights have been suspended? Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is to be questioned by “an elite interrogation team” (waterboarding anyone?). His Miranda rights will not be read to him by the “elite interrogation team.” (“Suspect in serious condition”, AP, circa April 21, 2013)
Some might say, “Well this person did not give those victims in Boston a fair trial.” But see, if you say that, then you have already prejudged Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.