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Default Whoever Built the Boston Marathon Bombs is Still on the Loose, Able to Kill Again

Whoever Built the Boston Marathon Bombs is Still on the Loose, Able to Kill Again

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...On the morning of April 15, 2013, hours before the explosions, Bloss told detectives, Morley was helping with yard work when he took a phone call, then left without a word. His behavior made Bloss uneasy, so much so that when the news of the deadly explosions on Boylston Street broke, he asked Duckworth, “Where is your son?”

Morley did not come home for two days. When he did return, he merely told Duckworth he had gone fishing in Maine with a friend.

“His mother was worried,” Hayward recalled during a recent interview with Newsweek, adding that she was also shocked by her son’s callous reaction to the deadly bombings. According to court records, when Duckworth told her son that some of their neighbors had been injured by the blasts and hospitalized, he stared coldly at her and said, “What’s the big deal? People are dying all over the place.”

Bloss told Hayward that Morley also called the two young women and the boy killed by the explosions “collateral damage.”

Hayward took careful notes as the couple talked. Those notes, contained in court documents obtained by Newsweek, are now part of a large, complicated argument about suspicions that continue to haunt local law enforcement five years after the marathon bombings. The authorities are sure they captured the two men who carried out that deadly attack—Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his brother, Dzhokhar—but they don’t know who made the bombs they used that day or the explosives they had with them a few days later, when they were cornered by various law enforcement officers and agents. They are certain the Tsarnaev brothers didn’t make those bombs. So who did?

That’s why Hayward now calls the domestic abuse case one of the most maddening riddles of his long career. When Morley was coaxed out of his mother’s home and hauled away in an ambulance that morning in Topsfield, Hayward and his men made an astonishing discovery: His room was a well-stocked bomb-making facility, and it had several components identical to those in the explosive devices used at the Boston Marathon, down to a box top for a 6-quart Fagor pressure cooker. The cooker was the exact size and brand the brothers left near the finish line, filled with BBs and shrapnel, powered by Christmas lights and detonated remotely with an initiator constructed from toy car parts.
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As Topsfield cops and state police continued their search of Morley’s bedroom and a shed in the backyard, the FBI suddenly showed up, leading one trooper to say, “Who called the feebs?”

The FBI has said repeatedly that they don’t know who armed the Tsarnaev brothers for their bloody attack, but cops in the Boston area think that there’s a suspect in plain sight and that the bureau and the U.S. attorney are protecting him for some reason. “It is incredibly troubling to look at the facts surrounding this guy Daniel Morley, and have no understanding whatsoever about why the FBI got involved [in his case]…why the charges were dismissed and how the circumstances about his connection to the marathon bombers were kept quiet,” says Jerry Flynn, executive director of the New England Police Benevolent Association, one of Massachusetts’s largest police unions. “We are talking about bombs that killed a little boy, two women. We have a dead cop. This kind of secrecy shouldn’t be tolerated.”...

http://www.newsweek.com/2018/01/19/b...se-776742.html

the Boston Bombing and the Vegas shooting (among others) are weird.
I'm not sure we'll every get the real story on those.

And man, there are a lot of creeps working at the FBI.
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