On February 26, 2014, CNN broadcasted an episode of Legal View hosted by Ashleigh Banfield in which she discusses with Susan Zalkind the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and a triple murder in 2011 claimed to be linked to the alleged suspects of the bombings.
The well-quoted catchphrase in the CNN video of Legal View, “perhaps the Boston bombings may never have occurred,” has nothing to do with the fact that the bombings were staged (preplanned) with the support of the FBI and other U.S. agencies. In fact the episode is in no way meant to even consider that the bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon were a false flag event.
Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbVeMSLpnM4
The CNN interview with Zalkind is about the September 11, 2011, triple murder of Brendan Mess, Erik Weissman and Raphael Teken in Waltham, which is being pinned on Tamerlan Tsarnaev who was killed by the police during a shooting on April 19, 2013, and his by the FBI murdered friend Ibragim Todashev.
In no way should the CNN interview be perceived as an honest attempt by the media to help expose the false flag of 2013 in Boston. Susan Zalkind, who’s father Norman Zalkind was representing one of the murdered men Erik Weissman (a friend of Susan Zalkind with whom she used to smoke pot) as his defense lawyer for a pending January 2011 drug charge, merely questions why the public has not received more answers in the triple murder case.
The by now famous quote “perhaps the Boston bombings may never have occurred” refers to the assumption that, according to Zalkind, the bombings in Boston may not have happened if the killers were arrested back in 2011.
But all of this doesn’t help the attempt of exposing the false flag at Boston in 2013, by numerous truthers and independent investigators. In fact the CNN interview and Zalkind’s 8-page report sidetrack that particular investigation of the by the FBI staged explosions.
But there’s also another twist to these two cases, the September 11 triple murder and the 2013 Boston bombings.
According to several news outlets [1, 2] the September 11, 2011, murders were committed because the three victims were Jewish. These news outlets try to build their case by claiming that this is what can be expected from groups of Muslim extremists who attacked, they say, the WTC and the Pentagon in the U.S. on September 11, 2001. Of course this is a silly argument since thousands of people already know that it weren’t Muslim extremists who orchestrated the 9/11 false flag attacks. Although the argument can somewhat make sense from the perspective that one also recognizes then that the Jewish state of Israel was implicated in the 9/11 events of 2001, which by the way has been proven to be the case that they (Israel) indeed were involved.
But lets not forget to mention that the triple murder of September 11, 2011, was at least drug-related too in some way and that police and other officials [1, 2, 3], likely to include the FBI as well, were/are involved in drug dealing in Waltham where the triple murder happened. In the event that the FBI is involved in drug dealing and the murdering of suspects and patsies it would make sense why they used Tsarnaev as a patsy for the 2013 bombings in Boston. He may certainly have been influenced by the FBI back in 2011 or earlier in multiple ways since his behavior allegedly changed once the triple murder had occurred on September 11, 2011.