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    • John Welsh
    • 20.04.13 | 18:17 (IDT)

    Agreed. Let's distance ourselves for at least a few days. This writer and this publication are as ideologically biased as any viewpoint they have criticized. A great amount of commentary suggests that the bombers consisted of an elder brother alienated by economic and social failure and a youger brother who succumbed to his influence. Their online activities suggest that they were 'wannabe' islamists. Possibly, the elder brother picked up some rant while he was visiting his father. That is about it. This article just tries to stir things up.

    from the article: The Saudi connection linking the Boston Marathon to September 11
    First published 16:47 20.04.13 | Last updated 16:47 20.04.13
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