My sincerest prayers and thoughts go out to all involved in the Boston Bombings. This is an appropriate statement made after the incident that shook the traditional and celebrated Boston Marathon on April 15th, 2013. This is truly a tragedy of humanity’s escalating sickness. I find it even creepier that a Facebook page, titled- “Thoughts go out to all involved in the Boston Explosions,” was created 2 days before the incident or somebody used an Adobe Photo Shop or the like to make it appear published 2 days before the bombing. The screenshot of the page is going viral on the internet via YouTube. The video states that the original Facebook page (Thoughts go out to all involved in the Boston Explosions) made on Saturday April 13th, 2013 was taken down and an identical page was republished on April 15th,2013.
There is only two possible explanations that carry enough validity to be true. One is that somebody connected to the bombing prematurely launched a page with prior knowledge of the planned attack. The second possibility is that the video circulating on the internet is a flat out hoax.
If someone created a page on Facebook on Saturday April 13th, even if they did not launch it public until April 15th, a record of the date created would actually display on the page. If I were the authorities I would check the Facebook servers and trace the IP address to the person who created the page on April 13th. These would be good steps to take in order to get information and possibly help identify the culprits. I am quite positive the technology possessed by the FBI would provide results in a matter of moments. If the proper authorities have not taken these steps to prove this a hoax or not, makes me wonder, WHY?
Creating a “Thoughts and Prayers” type page for those who died and suffered great injuries 2 days before the event has got to be one of the worst practical jokes or hoaxes in history. How could somebody play with the hearts and minds of the People of Boston with such cruelty and insensitivity. Those responsible should be required to hand write apologies to every Bostonian. The very thought of creating such a page to appear as though it was published 2 days prior is almost grounds for prosecution or the very least public humiliation.
Personally I am not so quite sure this is a hoax or practical joke. I think it is quite possible that someone involved was instructed to create this page as a propaganda tool. I don’t think I would wait on the proper authorities to uncover the truth. I wonder if somebody from the hacker group, “Anonymous,” could retrieve some answers from the Facebook servers or data warehouses. It would be extremely interesting to discover who created the, “Thoughts go out to all involved in the Boston in Explosions” 2 days before the actual event.
My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to anyone who was hurt or died in Boston.
May Truth and Justice redeem those who suffered from this tragedy.
by Jason Hate