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Monday, 15 April 2013 14:15
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VIDEO: Boston Marathon Explosions

Attack on Boston Marathon

VIDEO

Warning this is graphic video. 

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/04/15/breaking-explosion-at-boston-marathon/

PICTURES

Blood on the Boston Marathon

https://twitter.com/brm90/status/323876631980687361/photo/1

Bostom Marathon Aftermath. Blood on the sidewalk

LINKS

THIRD EXPLOSION AT LIBRARY LINKS and possibly more bombs planted at varius hotels

http://www.policymic.com/articles/35243/boston-marathon-terrorist-attack-jfk-library-may-also-have-been-attacked

At a news conference held just before 5 p.m. ET, Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis, confirmed that three explosive devices have hit Boston Monday afternoon; two at the marathon and a third at JFK Library. That third device has not been confirmed as being related to those at the marathon, but authorities have said they are treating it as if it is related.
Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/jfk-library-bombing-3rd-bomb-suspected-following-boston-marathon-2013-explosions-video-photo-93991/#0UXVy2KF7VCLAyDr.99 

INFOWARS COLLECTION OF LINKS AND STORIES - BOSTON MARATHON

http://www.infowars.com/terror-explosion-at-boston-marathon/

4:30 PM

Authorities ID suspect as Saudi national in marathon bombings, under guard at Boston hospital. “Investigators have a suspect — a Saudi Arabian national — in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, The Post has learned. Law enforcement sources said the 20-year-old suspect was under guard at an undisclosed Boston hospital.”

4:24 PM

UM Coach: Bomb Sniffing Dogs Were at Start, Finish Lines for “Drill”

“University of Mobile’s Cross Country Coach, who was near the finish line of the Boston Marathon when a series of explosions went off, said he thought it was odd there were bomb sniffing dogs at the start and finish lines.”

4:23 PM

CNN National Security Analyst Warns Of ‘Right-Wing Extremists’ Behind Boston Bombings. “CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen told host Jake Tapper on Monday that the explosions in Boston could be the work of Al Qaeda terrorists as much as they could be part of a planned assault by ‘right-wing extremists.’ Bergen said he was reminded of the Oklahoma City bombing, and that terrorism on the right could not be ruled out.”

3:43 PM

NY Post: Police claim suspect is in custody: “Authorities have a identified a suspect, who is currently being guarded in a Boston hospital with shrapnel wounds.”

3:30 PM

12 dead, nearly 50 injured after 2 explosions rock Boston Marathon, law enforcement sources confirm

A federal law-enforcement source confirmed to The Post there are at least 12 dead and nearly 50 injured. Fox News reported that Massachusetts General Hospital was treating 10 people with amputated limbs and all operating rooms were on hold.

Wolf Blitzer Blaming Tea Party and Right Wingers for Boston Attack

http://www.fireandreamitchell.com/2013/04/15/here-we-go-cnn-wolf-blitzer-blames-anti-tax-group-or-tea-party-for-boston-marathon-explosion/

DRUDGE LINKS ON BOSTON MARATHON ATTACK

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