Monday, April 22, 2013

Who Is This Saudi Guy From Photo from the Boston Marathon Bombing?


UPDATE --- I  think this might be a hoax. I think the photo of the Saudi guy which is labeled Boston, April 2013, might not be from the scene of the Boston bombing.

I get so fucking sick of fucking hoaxes.

This god damned subject is too fucking important for all these ass-wipe, fucking LaRouche and god damned Ron Paul, fucking Libertarian fucktards to fucking piggy-back on our movement and fucking lie their fucking bowels out.

We'll see.

16 comments:

Christine said...

That pic the middle of the guy with the backpack; I saw that pic early on, before anybody had any idea who was involved.

I saw the one with him in the crowd. He was being looked at by the internet crowd as a possible suspect because of the backpack.

I can't find it right now. But I think this pic might be real.

Highjacked by the libertarians for their own sick causes, yes.

Christine said...

Don't know what happened to your comment, but thank you anonymous!

Anonymous said...

The man right and lest is not
Al-Waleed bin Talal, this is he:

http://www.zawya.com/pr/images/2008/HRHPrinceAlwaleedMay08_2008_05_25.jpg

The man in the middel was nearst the bomb in boston.

Christine said...

Pastorius said the man at the marathon was a part of Al-Waleed bin Talal's detail. Not Al-Waleed bin Talal himself.

Nicoenarg said...

Pasto, the photo from 2013 is real. Before Reddit took down their photos where they pointed out different people they thought were the terrorist or terrorists, this guy came up in one of those photos.

This photo is also used by other conspiracy nuts who claim the US government created this whole plot to push for gun control...sometimes I think conspiracy theory nuts are completely nuts...if the government wanted to push for gun control, they would have their guys SHOOT at people, not blow them up with pressure cookers.

Nicoenarg said...

As for Anon's comment about him being nearest the bomb. However he's involved he was not the one who placed or detonated the bomb. The two brothers clearly did that (since they were trying to also blow up police cars chasing them a couple of days later with the same pressure cooker bombs).

It is more a possibility that he was the overseer of the operation. Another possibility is that he was there to protect Al-Harbi. Another possibility is that he was there to assassinate the two brothers if they didn't go through with this.

Did he place or detonate them bombs? Nope.

Nicoenarg said...

LOL, I didn't mean to say "them bombs", but meh!

Christine said...

I have posted the large picture per Pastorius's request, to prove that it is real.

Christine said...

if the government wanted to push for gun control, they would have their guys SHOOT at people, not blow them up with pressure cookers.

LOL You are right about that!

Pastorius said...

I think it is likely he was there to protect al-Harbi.

Pastorius said...

I don't really care what people do with their free time, but I will say, Marijuana is really bad for the brains of many people. It makes them paranoid and delusional, and it breeds conspiracy theorists.

Most Ron Paul fucktards I meet are fucking waste-case weed-smokers.

They're so fucking stupid they make hippies look cool by comparison.

Nicoenarg said...

Most Ron Paul fucktards I meet are fucking waste-case weed-smokers.

They're so fucking stupid they make hippies look cool by comparison.


Yup. I've encountered a couple of those here...they're world class paranoid morons.

Nicoenarg said...

BTW by "here" I mean some of the Americans I've met in Argentina.

Charles Martel said...

Question, the "Saudi" guy with the earpiece and the backpack in the picture is standing next to another guy. Is that other guy in uniform? Because it's apparent they are together. Any ideas?

Also, following up on my paranoid tendencies about the Texas fertilizer explosion, I came across this article by Larry Klayman. I don't know much about the guy, but find his Judicial Watch quite interesting and serious. Any more ideas on this far-fetched connection?

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/klayman/130420

Christine said...

@Charles Martel

They look like they are dressed identically. Same pants, same coat, same backpack.

Christine said...

@Charles Martel

Larry Klayman definitely makes some really good points.

About the explosion in Texas, gonna have to watch and wait.

Odd enough, the next morning after the explosion, I had mentioned to my friend that I was very curious if this had been done on purpose.

Of course, all of the Boston stuff was heating up and I didn't give it a lot of thought.

Now you have me thinking about it again.