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2013-04-18 01:48:29 PM

Tatsuma: I've just literally posted a screencap on television of the FBI asking for info about them


So it should be available online somewhere?

Do you have a link?

Even a text description only will do, it doesn't need to be a photo.

As far as I know thats a news show referencing the NYP or an internet forum, not the FBI.
 
2013-04-18 01:50:14 PM

Tatsuma: Me calling them a suspect is an error because the MSM said they were suspects when the FBI described them as Persons of Interest only


Was there a press conference yesterday after all and I missed it?  When did the FBI describe them as persons of interest?
 
2013-04-18 01:50:24 PM

mekki: YodaBlues: The description they had been releasing all day yesterday and still today is two guys, one of which was wearing a backwards white cap, gray/light-colored hoodie, black bag and white.

Does anyone have a pic of whom the FBI are talking about? With all of those photos out there, you would think someone would have posted it on Fark about now.


The FBI has footage from a store security camera that the Internet Bureau of Investigation does not have.
 
2013-04-18 01:51:44 PM
Has anyone suggested that these people were viewed as being suspicious because they are men? I know men probably commit 90% of the violent crime, but quit with the profiling. It's 2013, we should all be equally suspicious.
 
2013-04-18 01:51:50 PM

mekki: YodaBlues: The description they had been releasing all day yesterday and still today is two guys, one of which was wearing a backwards white cap, gray/light-colored hoodie, black bag and white.

Does anyone have a pic of whom the FBI are talking about? With all of those photos out there, you would think someone would have posted it on Fark about now.


The description, I believe, comes from a video from a surveillance camera from a Lord & Taylor's across the street from the bomb sites. FBI has not released the images because they think it will hinder the investigation. I've looked over the internet images pretty well, but I'm not seeing the person they described. Of course, it's a huge crowd and the images are from varying times of day, so it's beyond looking for a needle in a haystack.
 
2013-04-18 01:51:59 PM
When Deadspin complains about your lack of journalistic standards, you really SUCK.
 
2013-04-18 01:52:27 PM

RexTalionis: HotWingConspiracy: Tatsuma: Snuffybud: That's a hell of a lot more than the 2 incidents you claimed.

After a quick look, I also said that he was right, it was more than that. I also said in September and October, that three men were shot and three others were assaulted, and the list you posted backs up exactly what I said.

You'll repeat the lie the next time you feel it serves you though.

He made the claim in the thread on Monday already. A lot of people pointed out to him that he was wrong. He's making the claim again. And he'll keep doing so in future threads, because the posters will be different and would've forgotten about it.


I wonder if he's aware that we can actually read the entire thread?
 
2013-04-18 01:52:39 PM
I knew those two weren't suspects. Everyone knows that evil doesn't drink Simply Orange Juice. Now Sunny D? That's sociopath worthy.
 
2013-04-18 01:53:06 PM
 this is absolutely, aboslutely, absolutely terrible, and is the dark side of the internet, /b notwithstanning.

you have millions and millions and shaggies and scooby doos using their finely-tuned conspiracy theory skills, except in this case they're not looking at shadows on flags or arguing about the melting point of steel. they're trying to solve a crime if not an act of terrorism.

it's one thing for the FBI to crowdsource for pics, because they can do their job. it's another for the CAPSLOCK Holmes (ZOMG LOOK AT TEH BOOKBAG!!!!) on Reddit or 4Chan or wherever else to start reconstructing crime scenes from their masturbatoriums in the parents house.
 
2013-04-18 01:53:18 PM

Tatsuma: Snuffybud: *Citation needed*

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A local TV station screencap? Where's the MSM links you promised? Where's the pictures from MSNBC? CNN? FOX? C'mon, you're making the claim, prove it.
 
2013-04-18 01:53:34 PM

Mr Guy: I must admit, I was actually hoping for a bit of a retraction from you today. I am well aware you were very careful to take the CNN route of "only reporting what other people found as 'interesting'", but it's disappointing watching you do damage control about why you suspected them instead of just saying that you were mislead by inconclusive evidence, and you apologize for your part in spreading their image over, and over, and over again with accusatory captioning.


... but from the beginning I said I didn't know for sure whether these guys were actually behind it, I said that the crowd-sourced made a compelling case for them, and that's about it. I was never adamant that 'It must be them!'. I'm not trying to do damage control at all, the only think I did in those first two posts was to point out that people were not suspecting them because of racism but because of the 'evidence' that was brought up, evidence that was good enough for the FBI to make a public call for people to come forward and identify them.

I am not sure what I should be apologizing for. If you say that some of the earlier evidence presented to say that they were possible suspects has since been recanted, well I have not seen that, if you can send me a link, I'll be glad to read it. Either way, the FBI cleared them, and that in itself is enough for me, all the stuff we saw earlier was only circumstantial evidence, and that in itself is a good enough proof that people should never be convicted of major crimes based on circumstantial evidence alone in a court of law.
 
2013-04-18 01:58:26 PM

Snuffybud: You can't even lie well when you are quoting people, can you?


So later in the blurb they pointed to another murder that they didn't reproduce in the blurb, so that's four shot, three assaulted.

How does that make me a liar? This is getting ridiculous.

Zulu_as_Kono: Was there a press conference yesterday after all and I missed it? When did the FBI describe them as persons of interest?


Posted a screencap earlier in the thread, it was being discussed around on television (heard it on CNN myself), other farkers chimed in to say the same in yesterday's thread about other channels too.

The FBI indicated they wanted to know who they were and that they were persons of interest, but they were eventually cleared of everything, and that's great. The only point I am making is that these guys were not seen as persons of interests because they were browner than your average Bostonian, but because of the circumstances around the pictures (where they were, the bags, etc....) There is another white guy receiving the same treatment due to the same thing.
 
2013-04-18 01:59:49 PM

Tatsuma: Mr Guy: I must admit, I was actually hoping for a bit of a retraction from you today. I am well aware you were very careful to take the CNN route of "only reporting what other people found as 'interesting'", but it's disappointing watching you do damage control about why you suspected them instead of just saying that you were mislead by inconclusive evidence, and you apologize for your part in spreading their image over, and over, and over again with accusatory captioning.

... but from the beginning I said I didn't know for sure whether these guys were actually behind it, I said that the crowd-sourced made a compelling case for them, and that's about it. I was never adamant that 'It must be them!'. I'm not trying to do damage control at all, the only think I did in those first two posts was to point out that people were not suspecting them because of racism but because of the 'evidence' that was brought up, evidence that was good enough for the FBI to make a public call for people to come forward and identify them.

I am not sure what I should be apologizing for. If you say that some of the earlier evidence presented to say that they were possible suspects has since been recanted, well I have not seen that, if you can send me a link, I'll be glad to read it. Either way, the FBI cleared them, and that in itself is enough for me, all the stuff we saw earlier was only circumstantial evidence, and that in itself is a good enough proof that people should never be convicted of major crimes based on circumstantial evidence alone in a court of law.


Here's where he feigns ignorance of participating in the accusatory drum beat.

He was just asking questions, just talking about what other people were talking about.

They've been cleared, and he loves everybody.
 
2013-04-18 02:02:04 PM
Tatsuma wants  so badly for the suspects to be brown that his posts take up nearly half the thread.

Imagine what were to happen if the same thing were to happen to Jews. He'd go absolutely apesh*t.
 
2013-04-18 02:04:00 PM

Tatsuma: Posted a screencap earlier in the thread, it was being discussed around on television (heard it on CNN myself), other farkers chimed in to say the same in yesterday's thread about other channels too.


Using anything CNN reported yesterday to back up your argument isn't helping.  They spent the afternoon putting on a clinic on how to eliminate any credibility you have as a news network.
 
2013-04-18 02:05:28 PM

Aarontology: Tatsuma: , America will once again stand united and proud and reject hatred for whatever group the attackers belonged to,

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA


Woulda been better with a sparkly eagle.

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2013-04-18 02:06:25 PM

Yanks_RSJ: Tatsuma: Posted a screencap earlier in the thread, it was being discussed around on television (heard it on CNN myself), other farkers chimed in to say the same in yesterday's thread about other channels too.

Using anything CNN reported yesterday to back up your argument isn't helping.  They spent the afternoon putting on a clinic on how to eliminate any credibility you have as a news network.


Now you'll get a reply stating that NO REALLY they really did arrest a guy!
 
2013-04-18 02:06:31 PM

SlothB77: RexTalionis: Tatsuma: No, it's the fact that they were standing literally over the spot where the bomb exploded, and it clearly appears from one of the photographs that one of them ditched a bag there before they left. That's why they were pegged as suspicious. Another white guy close by was also pegged as suspicious. Nothing to do with color.

According to Tatsuma, all of these people are suspects.

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http://deadspin.com/i-watched-the-marathon-bombing-from-above-these- ar e-my-473591429

Here's a list of the complete sequence of photos from the photographer that made them. Nothing to back up Tatsuma's assertion that one of them left a bag.

is that red circle the bomb bag?


No, I can't post the original picture because it's too big, so I picked a random smaller version off of Google Image search.
 
2013-04-18 02:07:13 PM

Tatsuma: BunkoSquad: Hey, look, it's happening already.

This is just... don't have words. I'm sure everyone reading this will be appalled, especially Boston Farkers. fark.


Malden is about 50% white trash and 50% upwardly-mobile first or second generation immigrant families buying inexpensive starter homes.

Fun mix.
 
2013-04-18 02:08:49 PM

Tatsuma: I said that the crowd-sourced made a compelling case for them, and that's about it


You're technically correct, and that's the best kind of correct legally.

Tatsuma: I am not sure what I should be apologizing for.


Well, you could start by saying you may have jumped to conclusions when you kept posting images a guy standing around in a crowd having clearly left his backpack at the scene of the detonation when he was A) not wearing what the FBI said the suspect was wearing B) not moving quickly through the crowd to place the first bag and move to the second location, as the FBI describe the video, and C) still holding the backpack in front of him in the last shots of him, disputably.

You asked why you got stuck in the center of the controversy, but you know exactly why.  It's for not letting go of these guys as likely based on crowd sourcing when it should have started to become obvious they weren't wearing the right thing, or doing the behaviors we're looking for, since literally the only solid thing the FBI has told us about the Lord and Taylor is the bomber came to the first detonation site, planted it, and left immediately.  These guys aren't doing that, aren't wearing the right color clothes, and were only ID'd by the media as suspect because people like the Reddit crowd and you kept insisting it was conclusive that they were in the right place (which they weren't) and with the right kind of bag (which they didn't seem to have) that they left it (which they didn't seem to), and that the FBI was looking for them (which they aren't).

We're mocking you for the same reason we mocked CNN.  You reported other people's incorrect claims loudly and repeatedly, and feel like it's sufficient to cover your conscious that you were merely repeating the words of others.
 
2013-04-18 02:10:00 PM

Yanks_RSJ: Using anything CNN reported yesterday to back up your argument isn't helping. They spent the afternoon putting on a clinic on how to eliminate any credibility you have as a news network.


He asked where it was discussed in the MSM, the fact that they screwed the pooch about an arrest yesterday is irrelevant. CNN has been pretty shiat for a long time.

I think that one of the most disappointing thing in all of this is that all the 4chan/reddit/internet crowd-sourced forensic apparently went to waste on multiple suspects that had nothing to do with it, so apparently instead of potentially being another tool that could help the FBI/government to track down terrorists in events like that, it's just gigs and gigs of wasted space and thousands of hours of wasted time. To me that's what was the most interesting about those, and in the end it just deflated into nothingness.
 
2013-04-18 02:11:43 PM
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2013-04-18 02:11:50 PM

Cubicle Jockey: Tatsuma: BunkoSquad: Hey, look, it's happening already.

This is just... don't have words. I'm sure everyone reading this will be appalled, especially Boston Farkers. fark.

Malden is about 50% white trash and 50% upwardly-mobile first or second generation immigrant families buying inexpensive starter homes.

Fun mix.


I used to know a guy from Malden.  He was buck-toothed, his best friend couldn't control his bowels and his mother was known to kidnap dogs that were left outside.
 
2013-04-18 02:12:03 PM
The original ATL Olympic bombing suspect got a big bag of cash from NBC for their premature conviction of him
 
2013-04-18 02:13:44 PM

Mr Guy: Tatsuma: I said that the crowd-sourced made a compelling case for them, and that's about it

You're technically correct, and that's the best kind of correct legally.

Tatsuma: I am not sure what I should be apologizing for.

Well, you could start by saying you may have jumped to conclusions when you kept posting images a guy standing around in a crowd having clearly left his backpack at the scene of the detonation when he was A) not wearing what the FBI said the suspect was wearing B) not moving quickly through the crowd to place the first bag and move to the second location, as the FBI describe the video, and C) still holding the backpack in front of him in the last shots of him, disputably.

You asked why you got stuck in the center of the controversy, but you know exactly why.  It's for not letting go of these guys as likely based on crowd sourcing when it should have started to become obvious they weren't wearing the right thing, or doing the behaviors we're looking for, since literally the only solid thing the FBI has told us about the Lord and Taylor is the bomber came to the first detonation site, planted it, and left immediately.  These guys aren't doing that, aren't wearing the right color clothes, and were only ID'd by the media as suspect because people like the Reddit crowd and you kept insisting it was conclusive that they were in the right place (which they weren't) and with the right kind of bag (which they didn't seem to have) that they left it (which they didn't seem to), and that the FBI was looking for them (which they aren't).

We're mocking you for the same reason we mocked CNN.  You reported other people's incorrect claims loudly and repeatedly, and feel like it's sufficient to cover your conscious that you were merely repeating the words of others.


I believe his words in the thread yesterday were "Case Closed" in regards to these two young men.
 
2013-04-18 02:14:00 PM

Tatsuma: He asked where it was discussed in the MSM, the fact that they screwed the pooch about an arrest yesterday is irrelevant. CNN has been pretty shiat for a long time.


It's pretty relevant if you're trying to prove the credibility of your claim.
 
2013-04-18 02:15:00 PM
Mr Guy:

I would have apologized if only for one thing: The FBI itself gave the picture to news outlets asking for information on those men as persons of interests and it was broadcast nationally.

Clearly I wasn't jumping at conclusions, they just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and appeared to be ditching bags (I suppose in the end they didn't but there were no pictures of them leaving the scene with those bags). The FBI itself wanted to have a word with them about this.

Had this not been the case, I would indeed have apologized for my role in furthering the distribution of that picture, but once the FBI distributed the picture, that makes it completely irrelevant for me to do so. Especially when I posted their picture in the first place and said only that crowd-sourced forensic made a compelling case about those two, and spent most of the other thread discussing crowd-sourced forensic, not screaming 'THEYRE GUILTY!'
 
2013-04-18 02:15:38 PM

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Navy Seals "undercover" thanls to Infowars.

Just thought I'd throw that in the mix too.


Another group is claiming Chris Kyle faked his death and those are all people from Craft International or something.
 
2013-04-18 02:15:40 PM
Hope you don't mind if I copy/pasta, Rex.
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Tatsuma: They are most assuredly innocent. I'm sorry, how does he know that?


Statements from the investigators, and the fact that they aren't carrying bags that are similar to the ones recovered from the bombing.


Tatsuma: The pair show up in multiple photos of the finish line. They carry large bags. They are dark-skinned. This was enough for internet sleuths to peg them as suspicious.

No, it's the fact that they were standing literally over the spot where the bomb exploded, and it clearly appears from one of the photographs that one of them ditched a bag there before they left. That's why they were pegged as suspicious. Another white guy close by was also pegged as suspicious. Nothing to do with color.



So were dozens of other people, all of which you can see in the photo that singled them out.


Tatsuma: And that was apparently enough for the Post to run with its front-page story today, claiming investigators are circulating photos of the two.

Except that this picture, along with one from another angle, ran on CBS, MSNBC, CNN, FOX and other news channels saying that the police was looking into those two and to come forward if they had any information/recollection of seeing them there.



The Police and FBI have not released any official pictures of the suspects they are looking for.


Tatsuma: But maybe there was a reason for them to be at the marathon, wearing track jackets and carrying bags: they're runners.

If they are really runners and the FBI clears them, that's absolutely fantastic for them, there will be an announcement by the FBI that they are in fact not suspects or persons of interests (when I went to bed last night they still were) and we'll all move on!



Where did the FBI claim these two were suspects or persons of interest? And do you think people will really move on considering after the NY Post called these guys out as practically the suspects themselves? Did you forget what happened to Richard Jewell?


Tatsuma: Today on CBS This Morning, John Miller specifically said these two are not the suspects the FBI is seeking. This Boston Globe story sheds more light on the images authorities are using to track down the suspects, and their description makes clear it's not a high schooler and his friend

Case closed, then! They certainly considered them suspicious before, but now they have been cleared, so awesome for them.



Where did the authorities say they considered them suspects, considering that the FBI and Police have not released any pictures of suspects?
 
2013-04-18 02:15:58 PM

Tatsuma: The FBI itself gave the picture to news outlets asking for information on those men as persons of interests and it was broadcast nationally.


No it didn't. That's not even the right backpack.
 
2013-04-18 02:16:14 PM

Tatsuma: Snuffybud: You can't even lie well when you are quoting people, can you?

So later in the blurb they pointed to another murder that they didn't reproduce in the blurb, so that's four shot, three assaulted.

How does that make me a liar? This is getting ridiculous.

Zulu_as_Kono: Was there a press conference yesterday after all and I missed it? When did the FBI describe them as persons of interest?

Posted a screencap earlier in the thread, it was being discussed around on television (heard it on CNN myself), other farkers chimed in to say the same in yesterday's thread about other channels too.

The FBI indicated they wanted to know who they were and that they were persons of interest, but they were eventually cleared of everything, and that's great. The only point I am making is that these guys were not seen as persons of interests because they were browner than your average Bostonian, but because of the circumstances around the pictures (where they were, the bags, etc....) There is another white guy receiving the same treatment due to the same thing.


Except it's not just 4 shot, 3 assaulted. Those are the incidents that only count because you keep on moving those goal posts. An attempt to run someone down with a car doesn't count as an assault because the car missed? Bombings don't count because people weren't blown up? Shootings don't count if the shots went wide? Holding a gun to someone while issuing threats isn't violent because the perp didn't pull the trigger? You've got an awful warped version of what is violent and what is not.
 
2013-04-18 02:16:30 PM

Tatsuma: Yanks_RSJ: Using anything CNN reported yesterday to back up your argument isn't helping. They spent the afternoon putting on a clinic on how to eliminate any credibility you have as a news network.

He asked where it was discussed in the MSM, the fact that they screwed the pooch about an arrest yesterday is irrelevant. CNN has been pretty shiat for a long time.

I think that one of the most disappointing thing in all of this is that all the 4chan/reddit/internet crowd-sourced forensic apparently went to waste on multiple suspects that had nothing to do with it, so apparently instead of potentially being another tool that could help the FBI/government to track down terrorists in events like that, it's just gigs and gigs of wasted space and thousands of hours of wasted time. To me that's what was the most interesting about those, and in the end it just deflated into nothingness.


Now he's shirking his entire participation and expressing disappointment with the people that started what he continued. Darn them.

Fully cleansed, until next time anyway.
 
2013-04-18 02:16:37 PM

Tatsuma: CNN has been pretty shiat for a long time.


So you breathlessly repeated every allegation they made about Semitic "suspects".

Muslim Woman Describes Assault, Harassment near Malden Center

Good job, Tats! You deserve a pat on the back for helping whip up the hysteria!
 
2013-04-18 02:16:49 PM

Tatsuma: How did these two end up with their brown faces splashed all over the world? Do we even need to ask?

Apparently we need to, because you seem to think it was based in racism: it was not. It was based on where they were and what they were doing and the fact they appeared to be leaving a bag exactly at the spot where the explosion happened.

Another of the suspects identified by Reddit looks like he's a white male in his 50s. Once again, this has nothing to do with color, race or religion, only with suspicious behavior, standing very near to where the bombs went off, and carrying bags.


Has the creepy looking white guy in the blue sweatjacket had his face plastered all over the papers/media or ANYWHERE except in forums pointing back to Reddit? No
 
2013-04-18 02:17:58 PM

monoski: The original ATL Olympic bombing suspect got a big bag of cash from NBC for their premature conviction of him


But he was completely unemployable after that no matter how many Eric Rudolph's they caught and convicted for the ATL bombing.
 
2013-04-18 02:18:08 PM

Tatsuma: I would have apologized if only for one thing: The FBI itself gave the picture to news outlets asking for information on those men as persons of interests and it was broadcast nationally.


All those news outlets would have an internet or social media presence that you could post a link to in order to confirm that, right?
 
2013-04-18 02:20:35 PM

jaytkay: Tatsuma: CNN has been pretty shiat for a long time.

So you breathlessly repeated every allegation they made about Semitic "suspects".

Muslim Woman Describes Assault, Harassment near Malden Center

Good job, Tats! You deserve a pat on the back for helping whip up the hysteria!


http://www.ibtimes.com/boston-marathon-bombing-fallout-bangladeshi-m an -beaten-bronx-being-arab-1201819

Boston Marathon Bombing Fallout: Bangladeshi Man Beaten In Bronx For Being An 'Arab'

The New York Post reported that 30-year-old Abdullah Faruque, who was born in Bangladesh but grew up in the Bronx, was having dinner at a Bronx restaurant Monday night when three or four Hispanic men apparently wanted revenge for the Boston Marathon bombings earlier in the day (presumably they had already ascertained that the Boston blasts were perpetrated by Arabs or Muslims).

The paper noted that the four men viciously beat Faruque while shouting  "f--king Arab" at the Bengali man as he stepped out of the Applebee's restaurant on Exterior Avenue in Melrose for a smoke.
 
2013-04-18 02:21:11 PM

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[static.prisonplanet.com image 620x640]

[static.infowars.com image 600x337]

Navy Seals "undercover" thanls to Infowars.

Just thought I'd throw that in the mix too.

Another group is claiming Chris Kyle faked his death and those are all people from Craft International or something.


Hmmmmm....
 
2013-04-18 02:22:17 PM

I_C_Weener: monoski: The original ATL Olympic bombing suspect got a big bag of cash from NBC for their premature conviction of him

But he was completely unemployable after that no matter how many Eric Rudolph's they caught and convicted for the ATL bombing.


And died at 44.
 
2013-04-18 02:23:53 PM
Tatsuma:
I would have apologized if only for one thing: The FBI itself gave the picture to news outlets asking for information on those men as persons of interests and it was broadcast nationally.


No, they did not.
 
2013-04-18 02:25:19 PM

Tatsuma: I would have apologized if only for one thing: The FBI itself gave the picture to news outlets asking for information on those men as persons of interests and it was broadcast nationally.

Clearly I wasn't jumping at conclusions, they just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and appeared to be ditching bags (I suppose in the end they didn't but there were no pictures of them leaving the scene with those bags). The FBI itself wanted to have a word with them about this.


Actually, I mostly only see unsupported claims from various news organizations that the FBI wanted to talk to them, quoting various sources anonymously.  The FBI itself, meanwhile, is mostly talking about the live action video they have of the actual drop.  The FBI's level of giving a crap about these two guys seems non-existent, and the local media seems to be miss-attributing random gossip online as fact.

Most of what I see from the FBI has been telling the media to quit posting pictures of people as suspects, because it makes their job harder and ruins lives.
 
2013-04-18 02:25:51 PM
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE FBI ASKED US TO DO. CALM THE F*CK DOWN. You can't expect everyone who has a good heart and wants to help with the crowdsourcing effort to get it right on the first try. People are combing through pictures and simply offering up ideas. They are going to find five or ten people who look suspicious because they are carrying heavy bags and wandering around in the photos. Most of them will be innocent. But you know what? One of these f*ckers is going to turn out to be the perp. The son of a biatch was there that day and someone definitely took a picture of him. So calm the f*ck down and stop discouraging people from trying to help. Absolutely no one has said for sure that these two guys are guilty; only that the FBI wants to talk to them.
 
2013-04-18 02:26:27 PM
Not point defending yourself and pointing out where you're being misquoted/not even quoted when accused when you've always been convicted in the eyes of some. Well played, internet & irony of life. Over and out.
 
2013-04-18 02:27:25 PM
Police question innocent people all the time, it part of their job, you know the investigating crime part.

The problem arises when they show up beat you then arrest you for resisting arrest and then grill you.
 
2013-04-18 02:29:10 PM

Tatsuma: Not point defending yourself and pointing out where you're being misquoted/not even quoted when accused when you've always been convicted in the eyes of some. Well played, internet & irony of life. Over and out.


Sucks when what you're trying to do happens to you, don't it?
 
2013-04-18 02:29:26 PM

Tatsuma: Not point defending yourself and pointing out where you're being misquoted/not even quoted when accused when you've always been convicted in the eyes of some. Well played, internet & irony of life. Over and out.


You were caught lying several times in this thread alone.
 
2013-04-18 02:31:16 PM

Tommy Moo: THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE FBI ASKED US TO DO. CALM THE F*CK DOWN. You can't expect everyone who has a good heart and wants to help with the crowdsourcing effort to get it right on the first try. People are combing through pictures and simply offering up ideas. They are going to find five or ten people who look suspicious because they are carrying heavy bags and wandering around in the photos. Most of them will be innocent. But you know what? One of these f*ckers is going to turn out to be the perp. The son of a biatch was there that day and someone definitely took a picture of him. So calm the f*ck down and stop discouraging people from trying to help. Absolutely no one has said for sure that these two guys are guilty; only that the FBI wants to talk to them.


When did the FBI ask the armchair detectives to comb through the instagram evidence and identify suspects?
 
2013-04-18 02:31:32 PM
ruining the lives of dark skinned people who happened to be in the crowd

You, and the rest of the crusaders, get in threads ranting about teabaggers. And how all Republicans are whatever. And, how all gun owners are whatever. etc

So, thanks for the snicker. It's not stereotyping when you do it. It's hip, or something.

If a dark skinned person gets arrested for Boston, it's time for an all-new episode of Not All Muslims Do This. If somebody else gets arrested for this, we will watch as the left has Time's Square New Year's Eve in April, while they paint with very broad strokes.
 
2013-04-18 02:31:46 PM

darth_badger: Navy Seals "undercover" thanls to Infowars.


static.prisonplanet.com

Sorry, if you wear your unit insignia ON YOUR FREAKIN HAT you don't get to claim you are undercover.

/just sayin
 
MFK
2013-04-18 02:32:13 PM

Tatsuma: Not point defending yourself and pointing out where you're being misquoted/not even quoted when accused when you've always been convicted in the eyes of some. Well played, internet & irony of life. Over and out.


^^^^The real victim here.
 
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