Top Ten Reasons the Boston Bombing was NOT an Elaborate Hoax

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Top Ten Reasons the Boston Bombing was NOT an Elaborate Hoax

  1. Photo and video evidence present the bombings as real events
  2. Photo and video evidence present the frantic effort to save lives and to remove victims to hospitals
  3. Photo and video evidence present the bombing scenes as chaotic and bloody.
  4. Photo and video evidence come from many sources
  5. Photo and video evidence present the bombing scenes before, during, and after the bombings
  6. Photo and video evidence present the bombings as capable of causing deaths and serious injuries
  7. Photo and video evidence present real victims with real injuries
  8. Photo and video evidence present the bombing scenes in minute detail
  9. Photo and video evidence present hundreds of people evacuating the bombing scenes
  10. Photo and video evidence present bombing scenes that could not have been staged during and immediately after the explosions

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2 Responses to Top Ten Reasons the Boston Bombing was NOT an Elaborate Hoax

  1. apollonian says:

    AJ: so all ur argument(s) are founded upon photos/vids–which can be faked. Now then ur photo/vid evidence only needs specification. So what’s the substantiation of ur # 6? Fm what I understand, the explosions were all noise. What is specification for #7? What is substantiation for ur #10?

    This is good beginning thesis for debate/discussion, AJ–u’re putting all ur “eggs” in the basket of photo/vid evidence, which there DOES seem to be quite a bit, for sure.

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