April 17, 2013
The late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Note the skull logo on his baseball cap, his pants and his boots:
Now look at the individuals spotted wearing backpacks, a similar cap, and similar pants (and boots) at the Boston Marathon:
|FBI Releases Blurry Images of Supposed Bombing Suspects|
April 18, 2013
The FBI has attempted to blacklist photos which show men working for a private military organization wearing heavy backpacks and appearing to take part in a drill at the Boston Marathon, instead focusing on two other individuals while proclaiming, “other photos will not be deemed credible.”
Thanks to the help of researchers posting on 4Chan, plus a bit of our own analysis, we’ve been able to bring new research to light as you’ll see in the photos below.
Who is this guy and what is he holding in his hand?
The following photo was snapped mere moments after the first bomb detonation. Many people are asking, “Who is this guy?” and why is he dressed in combat boots and military BDUs (pants)? More importantly, what is he carrying in his hand?
We were able to get a close-up of the object in his hand:
With a bit of research, we were able to confirm this object is an “Inspector Radiation Alert” device that detects the kind of radiation which would be produced in a dirty bomb attack or a nuclear attack:
This immediately brings up all sorts of questions, such as: Who hired this guy? Whose side is he on? Why would he anticipate the need for a nuclear radiation detector? What kind of private military operative routinely carries such expensive gadgets?
Four more operatives with the exact same uniforms
As we browsed through the photos, we located four more private military operatives with the exact same dress: Tan combat boots, tan BDUs, black jackets, black backpacks and tactical communications gear.
Here’s a picture of three of these men reacting to the explosion. The one in the middle is the same guy in the radiation detector photo, above:
There are several things worth noting in this image:
1) All three of the men look surprised, even shocked by the events. This might argue against their prior knowledge of the bombings.
2) The object in the right hand of the man in the middle may resemble a small handgun, but I’m sure it isn’t. Why? Because no highly trained private military operative would carry a handgun with a “pincer” grip as appears in the photo. A proper grip on a handgun is far deeper into the palm. This object is most likely the same radiation detector shown above, just captured from a weird angle with a flapping leather case of some sort.
3) The man on the left, an older gentleman, appears to be holding an object in his right hand which seems capable of being actuated with his thumb.
4) The man on the right reveal “The Craft” skull logo on his shirt because his jacket just happened to open up for this photo (see below).
Here’s a photo comparison of “The Craft” logo on his shirt:
Here are two more operatives on the scene, wearing the exact same uniform:
If you look at the hat for one of these men, you can clearly see “the Craft” skull logo on his hat:
Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle was also a member of The Craft. He was murdered by one of his close friends a few months ago. The appearance of The Craft operatives at the Boston marathon bombing raises new questions about Chris Kyle’s death:
Here’s Chris Kyle on national TV wearing the “Craft” hat:
Here’s the Craft motto, which says “Violence does solve problems.”
If you still doubt these are “Craft” operatives, check out The Craft website where all these images, logos and uniforms are instantly confirmed.
Bomb bag resembles the black backpacks worn by The Craft operatives
Here’s where all this gets incredibly spooky: The backpack that carried the pressure cooker bomb looks very similar to the black backpacks worn by The Craft operatives:
Here’s another view of the “Craft” skull logo on a training shirt, taken from their own website:
This photo shows The Craft operatives at a trade show. Everybody is wearing the trademark tan combat boots and tan BDUs:
What does it all mean?
First off, let’s get the attacks of the moron trolls out of the way — people who will say these photos are a “conspiracy theory.”
How are photos of actual people at the event a conspiracy theory?
They aren’t. In real police work, they’re called “evidence,” and the people in these photos should be persons of interest.
But they aren’t. The entire mainstream media and law enforcement apparatus is now pretending these men don’t exist. (Now that’s their conspiracy theory!)
We all know, however, that The Craft operatives don’t work for free. They aren’t a band of volunteers. And that means somebody paid them to be at the event.
Who paid The Craft to be there? And what was their mission?
Why is their existence at the Boston marathon being memory-holed? Why are they not “persons of interest” in the investigation?
Why do they carry radiation detectors? What’s in their backpacks? (A ham sandwich?)
The fact that the media refuses to even acknowledge the existence of these private military operatives is quite telling all by itself.
|Is this individual as seen above the same person interviewed below?|