"Original' Boston Bombing Suspect Found Floating Dead in River

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    It's like the New York Post putting out pictures of the bombing subjects before anyone else. They were never linked to the bombing. Now those guys are sueing the NYP.

    I only wish it could happen here with all the bigmouths. Maybe shut 'em up for a while.

     
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    I know nothing about this but, what happened to the 4 FBI men who shot the unarmed suspect while "questioning" him? That seemed like a case for a grand jury.

     
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    For the record, Sunil Tripathi was NEVER an actual suspect in the Boston Bombing and most likely was dead long before the event occured.

    For you to believe that there was some sort of conspiracy here you would have to believe that SOMEONE knew that a bunch of Redit users would somehow connect a young man who had been missing for a few weeks to a grainy picture from a security camera and decided that he needed to be disposed of.

    What?

    Or maybe time travel. Sunil was at the Boston Bombing but they wisked him back in time to drown him in the Providence River before he could spill the Boston baked beans.

    Hey, it's about as probable as the first scenario. In-it?

     

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    His "connection" was created by people who thought he looked like the guy eventually arrested -  Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.

    Obviously he is not Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.

    So there is no connection.

     
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    As others have pointed out Sunil was never a suspect, the idea that he was came from social media, but he had been missing almost a full month BEFORE the bombings.  

     
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    Sheeple,

    Any reply to Damian's excellent point?

    It is alright to say you did not realiize he went missing almost a full month before the bombings.

    My bad. Mea culpea.

    Others in the forums have done so. Takes a big man and it earns respect.

                                                                

     

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