Boston: Navy Seals

Pete Tar

Senior Member
Well one basic point is that the photo showing them with their hands up to their heads like they're on phones or something, is taken after the bomb had gone off - it's a cropped photo of a large post-bomb scene.
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They both have their back-packs still.

The (CT) script has now become that they were there to make sure things went according to script 'in case' the two (patsy) brothers didn't go through with it, and had their own back-pack bombs as back-up.


I wonder if the next attack in ten years will reference belief in a false flag Boston attack.
 

Mick West

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Staff member
Yeah, there is nothing to debunk. Lots of armed forces run in marathons. Lots of people go see their friends run in marathons. That's mostly it. [Edit: But see TEEJ's post below]
 

TEEJ

Senior Member
They are members of the National Guard Civil Support Teams (CST)


A NYNG spokesman posted the following.


At the request of the Massachusetts National Guard the New York National Guard dispatched members of the 24th Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support (CST) Team, based at Fort Hamilton Brooklyn, to Boston to assist the Mass. National Guard's 1st CST. A CST is a team of 24 Soldiers and Airmen trained to identify potential chemical, biological, and radiological, agents in support of local police and emergency officials. At any large event it is routine to have National Guard CST members --each state has at least one CST-- on site to provide specialized assistance if required. New York currently has two CSTs, the 2nd CST based in Scotia, NY near Schenectady and the 24th CST in Brooklyn.
It is not unusual for one states National Guard to request assistance from another through Emergency Management Assistance Compacts which are in place across the country.
Both the 24th CST and 2nd CST are paid for with federal tax dollars and so while they are based in New York and part of the New York National Guard they can be dispatched anyplace to assist other states.


Eric Durr
New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/utica-ny/TDJL1DCAAP0QTL743


You can see one of the team with a hand-held air sampler at the Boston Marathon.




National Guard's civil support teams respond to crisis nation-wide


The Massachusetts team was on duty during the running of the Boston marathon, augmented by similar civil support teams from the New York and Rhode Island National Guards.


National Guard civil support teams work with local authorities and provide additional support during times of emergency or use of suspected weapons of mass destruction. The teams have capabilities to identify chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents and substances, assess current and projected consequences and advise on response measures.

http://www.ang.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123344967


See team and some of the vehicles that they use. They were also seen at the Boston Marathon with the 'black and khaki' dressed members of the various CSTs.





http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_Support_Team


Essentially it is all debunked at following.


http://www.dailypaul.com/282579/ide...haki-uniforms-at-the-boston-marathon-bombings
 

Mackdog

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Now the question is, what conspiracy theory is Alex Jones going to run with now? :D seems most of his crap has been debunked already. From what little time I have spent on infowars the last 2 days, it looks like AJ might be going with the Saudi Connection, via Glenn Becks theory that the Saudi national might be in on it and the Obama administration is covering it up.
 

Pete Tar

Senior Member
All of those points are wrong to anyone who actually followed the case as it was happening. One can only assume it's deliberate.
Maybe the family's lawyer or groups who are sympathetic to terrorist acts have organized internet shills to spread misinformation as fact.
Other than an epidemic of terminal infectious stupidity, that's the simplest explanation.
 

Tazmanian

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Not the same group.




The logo is white, not like the CST (guy on the right)


No CST logos in this group.

 
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Tazmanian

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FBI Bomb squad parked behind the unidentified team and their vehicle.


 
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Pete Tar

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They're all wearing big bulky jackets (the no logos) so they may have had those t-shirts on underneath. The other big CST logo appears to be on the back of a flak jacket.
Irrelevant anyway, because different groups were there.
http://communities.washingtontimes....al-guard-forced-stand-down-law-enforcement-b/

http://www.dailypaul.com/282579/ide...haki-uniforms-at-the-boston-marathon-bombings
 

Tazmanian

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He is at the finish line, the same location as the truck and the blast site.

Everyone else is clearly identified except for this team. However, they are working closely with the FBI bomb squad.

Looks like the same guy

 
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Mick West

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What's the point of this? DO you expect to be able to identify everyone who shows up?

What exactly is suspicious?
 

Tazmanian

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What do you mean what's the point of this? Do you see everyone on the scene identified except this team?
YES, I expect to be able to identify anyone in their official capacity. The volunteers, EMS, physician, everyone.
 
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Tazmanian

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Same article:
Meriwether’s unit, which she says wears a uniform consisting of navy blue shirts, black vests and khaki pants, were not at the crowded finish line throughout the race.
But moments after two explosions rocked Boylston Street, her unit tried to move in to detect any possible chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) incident by identifying CBRNE agents/substances like those used in dirty bombs.Those two personnel, along with similarly trained experts from the Massachusetts Army National Guard CST, were denied access to the scene by “law enforcement,” according to Meriwether.


Why?

So clearly, the team already at the bomb site had clearance to work with the FBI. Why were the other CBRNE agents not allowed access? Who were the "law enforcement" with authority to stop them? Not the EMS, not the local police, who then?

Debunk that please, anyone?



 

Pete Tar

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Same article:
You'll have to detail your reasoning, because I don't see how you're getting this "So clearly, the team already at the bomb site had clearance to work with the FBI.", or this "Not the EMS, not the local police...?" out of that. Probably just some local guy doing his job in the immediate aftermath of a disaster, until things were clarified.
 

Tazmanian

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CSTs are federally funded National Guard units established under Presidential Decision Directive 39. There are 57 full-time teams: one in every U.S. state, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands, and an additional team each in California, Florida and New York.”
Thank you for all the links.

These people are public servants and I don't think it's too much to ask to identify them.
 

Mick West

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CSTs are federally funded National Guard units established under Presidential Decision Directive 39. There are 57 full-time teams: one in every U.S. state, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands, and an additional team each in California, Florida and New York.”
Thank you for all the links.

These people are public servants and I don't think it's too much to ask to identify them.
You expect there to be some mechanism in place for you to personally be able to identify every state or federal employee who appears in every photo taken at the Boston Marathon?

I don't think they have any reason NOT to give out that information, except for it being a waste of time and resources.
 

Tazmanian

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You expect there to be some mechanism in place for you to personally be able to identify every state or federal employee who appears in every photo taken at the Boston Marathon?

I don't think they have any reason NOT to give out that information, except for it being a waste of time and resources.
Thankfully, that mechanism is already in place not just for me, but for you too.

Every state agency has a Public Information Officer whose job is to make information available to anyone who asks for it. It's part of the Sunshine Law.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_information_officer

Sunshine laws
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Sunshine+Law


Any organization that receives any portion of their budget in public funding is required to comply with the sunshine laws. Their meetings have to be announced to the public and anyone can attend. Private organizations are reluctant to accept federal grants for that reason.
 

Mick West

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Thankfully, that mechanism is already in place not just for me, but for you too.

Every state agency has a Public Information Officer whose job is to make information available to anyone who asks for it. It's part of the Sunshine Law.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_information_officer

Sunshine laws
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Sunshine+Law


Any organization that receives any portion of their budget in public funding is required to comply with the sunshine laws. Their meetings have to be announced to the public and anyone can attend. Private organizations are reluctant to accept federal grants for that reason.
Then go and ask. Asking here is pretty pointless.
 
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