Thursday, April 18, 2013

Sunil Tripathi: Possible Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect?


Image of what appears to be suspect number two, a much clearer image than given by the FBI to the public, which seems odd given the much higher quality of this one compared to the grainy video stills they gave.

UPDATE: Sunil Tripathi has been cleared of being the suspect in these pictures and is still missing: The suspect has been identified as Dzhozkar Tsarnaev, an apparent Chechen immigrant.

As for false flag reports, there is now an essential lockdown of Boston and police officers are ordering everyone to stay inside while they apparently break down doors and search homes- a severe case of violation of the right to privacy, and one which I am sure will cause great backlash after the suspect is apprehended.

The older brother of this suspect, the other bomber, has already been killed, in a shootout with police, which I had the fortune to hear about live via Boston police scanner (the scanner is now apparently down, by police request.)

16 comments:

  1. I know Sunil Tripathi personally and I do not think the suspect looks like him at all. Other than that, this is not something he would ever do. He was incredibly gentle and loved all life.

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    1. That's what everyone says about their friend or family member before they go and do something terrible. It's happened since the beginning of man and will continue to happen. Your friend clearly had demons that he kept hidden away until (speculation on my part) his right buttons were pushed by someone else (the other suspect). What is the likelihood of your friend disappearing for a month, having test bombs being blown up in that area (in the woods), and then weeks later being caught on camera and looking extremely similar to the suspect, and it not being coincidental? Very slim, sorry.

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    2. Exactly - we've heard it so many times from a killer's friends and family... 'he was such a nice guy - never thought he was capable of doing something like that.'

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    3. Guess you were wrong dumb ass, The FBI has named him as one of the bombers, Feds are actively hunting him in Boston, HE WILL PAY!

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    4. fuck you guys - was not Sunil

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    5. I hope you let the FBI know you knew him.

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    6. This is triflin....
      exactly why brainstorming hivemind collectives have no credibility.

      This accomplished nothing but create more pain a family that misses their son.

      DUMB.

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  2. With all due respect to your missing friend, I too must elaborate on a few strange coincidences. First, the striking physical similarities aside, if you take a look at his FB pictures you will see one of him wearing a red Che Guevara t-shirt, which famously depicts Che during the La Coubre Explosion. The explosion was largely attributed to the CIA (never confirmed). During the explosion the first bomb went off, and then moments later, after the rescue efforts began, a second explosion occurred killing many more. I admit it might be a stretch to connect the two, but Che's anti-american sentiment during the Cuban Missile Crisis certainly grabs my attention (check Wikipedia for more abt Che and the explosion). This young man was also a philosophy major at Brown (means something to me at least when connecting the admittedly attenuated dots). The La Coubre explosion was March 4, 1960 (Brown student was last seen 3/16/13). My point being, he is obviously passionate about his support for the anti-american Che, which at the very least suggests some sort of motive (especially on Patriots Day). Che was also executed by CIA-backed Bolivian forces. I will stop because I truly feel bad for him and his family if the suspect is not him, but I feel obligated to point these things out.

    Pure pure pure speculation but if I were in the FBI I would at the very least follow-up on this.

    This one is even more of a stretch, but an MIT police officer was just shot and killed...and if I were him I would have run across the river in the direction of MIT (maybe had a co-conspirator friend/student).

    Friends of the missing young man...I am with you and feel for you and sincerely hope it is not him and that you locate him soon. You have to understand that us Boston folks are probing any and all possible leads. Thanks.

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    1. I posted the above but after thinking about it I wish I could delete my post. Not that I think the above should not be investigated, but I should not contribute to the rampant speculation and should have had more respect for the grieving family. If the editor of this page could delete it that would be great. I hope his family understands that this is also an emotional time for those of use directly impacted by the Boston tragedy, which, as you see, has led to some largely emotionally motivated actions. Again, I apologize.

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  3. Another radical religious fanatic? You need to be a weak person to kill children because you are too much of a sheep to have any morals.

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  4. Sunil is confirmed to be one of the suspects, the other is Mike Mulugeta

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  5. Police scanner says he is suspect #2.

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  6. Sunil is a HERO

    Fk the Saux. Go Yanks!

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  7. I just pray no one else loses their life, including Sunil. He is well loved and obviously mentally unstable.

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  8. Well done guys...I found this discussion after the fact, but you were spot on with your assumptions/educated guesses. I'm impressed

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  9. At least they are getting major exposure for their missing son, more than could have ever been possible. God they say works in mysterious ways, i hope they find him. Seems like a sweet young man.

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