The implications are that the FBI knows Russia both possesses information on the case and is prepared to go public with it. For those involved in America’s terror racket, now would be a good time to divest. For those involved specifically in the Boston Marathon bombing, now would be a good time to come forward with information. Any and all involved, in whatever capacity, wittingly or unwittingly, stand to become scapegoats in order to save the FBI, DHS, TSA, and other federal agencies clearly engaged in a massive coverup.
April 19, 2013 (LD) – The Boston Police and a slew of “reputable” mainstream media outlets had reported earlier that the two suspects involved in a deadly shootout near Boston and suspected to be involved in the Boston bombings were, missing Brown University student Sunil Tripathi, and Mike Mulugeta. The International Business Times reported in their article, “Boston Marathon Bombing: Indian-Origin Sunil Tripathi One of Alleged Suspects,” that:
Boston police on Friday revealed the names of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, one of whom is an Indian origin person, Sunil Tripathi, reported CBS-affiliated television station WFSB.
The other suspect named in the case is Mike Mulugeta. On Friday morning, it was reported that police arrested one of them.
Where did CBS hear that “Boston police revealed” this information? CBS News would then blame the entire shift in narrative on “social media” and in particular, Reddit. Sunil Tripathi mysteriously disappeared in mid-March of 2013, leaving his personal items in his room. The FBI had been involved in Tripathi’s case, as reported by New York Daily News in their article, “F.B.I. joins search for Brown University student Sunil Tripathi, who has been missing for more than a week,” which reported:
The F.B.I has joined the search for a depressed and possibly suicidal Brown University student, who has been missing for more than a week, and have expanded their area of interest to the Northeast corridor.
Sunil Tripathi, 22, was last seen on the Providence, R.I. campus around 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 16. His cell phone, wallet, ID cards and bicycle – his main form of transportation – were found in the apartment he shared with other Brown University students.