The federal judge presiding over the Newburgh case, Colleen McMahon, declared that it was "beyond question that the government created the crime here," and she criticized the FBI for sending informants "trolling among the citizens of a troubled community, offering very poor people money if they will play some role—any role—in criminal activity."from Did the FBI Just Bungle The Boston Bomb Plot, or Did It Actually Create It?
This operation was publicly defended by both Richard DesLauriers, the head of the Boston FBI office, and Carmen Ortiz, the United States Attorney — BOTH OF WHOM ARE STILL IN PLACE OVERSEEING THE MARATHON BOMBING CASE.
Yesterday's edition of 60 Minutes included a segment on the military's bomb-detecting super-dogs which probably would have been able to easily detect the crude bombs used in the Boston bombings. My question is why the FBI didn't funnel everyone coming into the area near the finish line (behind the barricades, that is - the marathon runners wouldn't have to be screened) through checkpoints with such dogs. The answer is that the bombs were apparently already in place, as indicated by photos run by Infowars.com, and NOT planted by the Tsarnaev brothers, and if such checkpoints were used, the FBI wouldn't be able to explain how the bombs got into the area, which it had inspected before the race.