Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Boston Terror Attack: Photo of Man on the Roof Above Explosion Goes Viral, Citizens Demand Answers

From:  Activist Post

image credit: Dan Lampariello
Daniel Jackson
Activist Post
Authorities in Boston are investigating a highly suspicious photo that shows a man on the roof just above the area where the second explosion hit near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

The photo, taken by marathon spectator and college student Dan Lampariello, went ultra viral on Twitter yesterday, with thousands of retweets and questions from concerned citizens wondering what a man was doing standing causally on a roof as an explosion hit below him.

Initially the mainstream media totally ignored the photo, but as it began to go ultra viral they were forced to cover it to the point that at one time it was the number one trend on Yahoo!.
According to Yahoo! News, Boston authorities are also investigating the photo and attempting to figure out who the man actually is.
Authorities in Boston are investigating a Boston Marathon picture which shows a man walking on a rooftop overlooking the finish line during one of the blasts.  
The chilling image appears to show a male figure striding across the roof of a high rise block as an explosion rocks the marathon finish line directly below. 
The man has not been identified, fueling speculation online that the mystery figure watched the carnage unfold beneath him in Boston.
Citizens took to Twitter in droves to discuss the photo, with user after user wondering who the man was, as well as noting how eerie the photo itself is.
"Who's the guy on the roof?" one Twitter user asked. "He's not reacting to the detonation." 
"The picture of the guy on the roof overlooking the second explosion is the spookiest thing I have ever seen," another wrote. 
User @anon15576, an apparent member of the Anonymous hacktivist collective, tweeted: "#bostonmarathon bombing. #man on the roof. Anyone at all know #anything #fellow #anons plz tell me more about the man on the roof. #thanks."
Meanwhile, authorities have yet to arrest any suspects in the horrific bombings which in turn has lead to widespread corporate media speculation as to who the culprit(s) actually are.
As noted by Daisy Luther, the corporate media has gone to work planting the seeds of propaganda by speculating that right wing extremist patriot types could be behind the attacks.
Not unlike the horrible shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the Boston Marathon bombing has become a ”blame-it-on-patriots” media event. 
Without any proof whatsoever, speculation in the mainstream media is pointing the finger directly at people who believe in independence and freedom from tyranny.  
None of the mainstream outlets is asking why a person against paying taxes or someone who is pro-Constitution would attempt to harm people out enjoying a race. 
They are simply looking for a scapegoat. And no kid on the playground is more unpopular than the one who refuses to be herded along with the other children.
Clearly the corporate media and elements of the federal government are looking to place the blame on what amounts to their political enemies, regardless of the actual truth.
In doing so the corporate media has also completely ignored the fact that there was at least one drill taking place during the time of the explosions and that multiple witnesses reported strange happenings leading up the explosions.

Perhaps the most discussed eyewitness quote of the entire attack was made by University of Mobile's cross country coach Ali Stevenson.

The quote, widely cited in the alternative media including in a report by Activist Post, was subsequently altered by the local NBC affiliate after it went viral throughout the independent press.
University of Mobile's cross country coach and marathon participant, Ali Stevenson, told a local NBC affiliate that there were multiple announcements that bomb squads and bomb-sniffing dogs were just part of a "drill" prior to the actual even happening. Read
“They kept making announcements on the loud speaker that it was just a drill and there was nothing to worry about,” Coach Ali Stevenson told Local 15. “It seemed like there was some sort of threat, but they kept telling us it was just a drill.”
In the days and weeks ahead more information is sure to be released and actual journalists may be able to prove whether or not this was indeed a false flag attack. Until then, all we have is a variety of facts that seem eerily familiar and that are being ignored by the controlled press.
As for the photo of the man on the roof, rather than speculate as to who it is (there has been plenty of that throughout the Net) we will continue to investigate until actual evidence surfaces to confirm if he was indeed involved with the attack.

Note: You can view higher quality versions of the photo in question here.

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