Success or Failure: Authorities Practice Martial Law After Boston Bombing

130419_CRIME_search_jpg_CROP_article568-largeOccupy Corporatism – by Susanne Posel

Once the curfew was lifted in Watertown, Massachusetts, “resident David Hanberry noticed that the tarp covering his boat in his backyard and been disturbed. Checking to see what was wrong, David was shocked to find Dzhokhar curled up inside the boat, covered in blood. He immediately alerted police.”  

With all the display of SWAT teams, para-militarized police and the declaration of “martial law” it was a local resident that initiated the capture of Boston Marathon Bombing (BMB) suspect Dzhokhar Tsnaraev.

During the “martial law” imposed on residents of Watertown, SWAT teams dressed in military police garb came door-to-door, demanding that they be allowed entry into private citizen’s homes to search for Dzhokhar.

The Boston police department utilized high-tech “crime fighting tool[s]” to capture Dzhokhar; including thermal infrared imaging from helicopters which allowed he authorities to identify Dzhokhar under the covering and hiding in the boat.

Fully armed SWAT teams of paramilitarized police roamed through resident’s backyards and entered homes without a warrant and under the authority of martial law.

Mainstream media (MSM) has justified the recent use of martial law in Boston by equating it to the routine lockdowns that protect schools and the attack on 9/11.

Essentially, if the circumstances warrant “unprecedented” reaction from law enforcement, then it is acceptable.

Local decisions in the event of a terrorist attack should be appropriated to federal and governmental agencies to save lives.

President Obama said in response to the manhunt for the Tsarnaev brothers that “A bomb can’t beat us. We don’t hunker down . . . we don’t cower in fear.”

Within 24 hours of that statement, Boston Governor Deval Patrick told residents to stay in their homes, do not “congregate” outside and “find shelter” while the police and military invade their homes and walk their streets.

At Bridgewater State University, a report of a “suspicious backpack” led to the evacuation and deployment of the US Navy bomb squad to determine the threat level. The US Navy used their bomb robot to approach the car where the package was located. It turned out to be a backpack full of beer.

The official story from the Ed Davis, commissioner of the Boston police department “a helicopter with infrared technology then located Tsarnaev in the boat and noted that he was moving about within it. The helicopter directed officers on the ground to the boat.”

Obama publically warned Americans that ““There’s a temptation to latch on to any bit of information, sometimes to jump to conclusions. But when a tragedy like this happens … it’s important that we do this right. That’s why we have investigations . . . That’s why we have courts. And that’s why we take care not to rush to judgment — not about the motivations of these individuals; certainly not about entire groups of people.”

Both Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain “ hope the Obama Administration will consider the enemy combatant option because it is allowed by national security statutes and U.S. Supreme Court decisions.”

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said this week that we “have to change” our interpretation of the US Constitution to compensate for the necessity of greater surveillance on US citizens to keep these terrorists from achieving their goal.

Bloomberg said: “The people who are worried about privacy have a legitimate worry. But we live in a complex word where you’re going to have to have a level of security greater than you did back in the olden days, if you will. And our laws and our interpretation of the Constitution, I think, have to change.”

He explained that we “live in a very dangerous world” and that the surveillance on Muslim communities is justified. “We have to understand that in the world going forward, we’re going to have more cameras and that kind of stuff. That’s good in some sense, but it’s different from what we are used to.”

Maret Tsarnaeva, the aunt of the Tsarnaev brothers, is publically contending that her nephews were framed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and that she is now receiving death threats as a result of speaking out.

Maret said “They are calling us, calling names, threatening, saying it’s time to go home. Yes, it is time. We did not find that promise — democracy — in this country. But if I go home, I will go home only with bodies of my nephews.”

The aunt continued: “They made our boys enemies of the American nation. They made them victims of the conspiracy. … They needed somebody to blame for something they committed themselves so they got them. So rejoice people, rejoice.”

Maret told Russian media: “They used to come [to our] home, they used to talk to me…they were telling me that he [Tamerlan] was really an extremist leader and that they were afraid of him. They told me whatever information he is getting, he gets from these extremist sites… they were controlling him, they were controlling his every step…and now they say that this is a terrorist act! Never ever is this true, my sons are innocent!”

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4 thoughts on “Success or Failure: Authorities Practice Martial Law After Boston Bombing

  1. Boston was certainly a test run for the rest of America and when the hammer finally falls, there will be over one million foreign agents roaming the streets going door to door to collect your guns and the people of Boston have showed how pathetic they are by chanting USA after they were released from their bondage. What has happened to you people? You are confused as to just what real Americanism is and it is much more than your unwavering support for a completely corrupt system.

  2. “Mainstream media (MSM) has justified the recent use of martial law in Boston by equating it to the routine lockdowns that protect schools and the attack on 9/11.”

    So now the people in neighborhoods and cities are the equivalent to children at a school? WTF kinda logic is that???!!!!

    “President Obama said in response to the manhunt for the Tsarnaev brothers that “A bomb can’t beat us. We don’t hunker down . . . we don’t cower in fear.””

    So instead, we send in the military on the streets and indirectly put the fear in the people who are forced to witness the traumatizing events. Good job, Obama. Wait to beat them terrorists.

    “Obama publically warned Americans that ““There’s a temptation to latch on to any bit of information, sometimes to jump to conclusions. But when a tragedy like this happens … it’s important that we do this right. That’s why we have investigations . . . That’s why we have courts. And that’s why we take care not to rush to judgment — not about the motivations of these individuals; certainly not about entire groups of people.”

    And apparently shutting down an entire city and sending in 400 National guards, 100 police officers, SWAT teams, FBI agents, paramilitary troops, humvees, tanks, helicopters and even F**KING ROBOTS for ONE 19 year old kid is NOT JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS???!!!!!!!!

    WTF world are you living in, you F**KING PATHETIC, TREASONOUS, PYSCHOPATHIC ASSHOLE???!!!!

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