Marathon Day - Boston 15.04.2013... What Really Happened?

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 4:36pm.


What really happened in Boston on April 15th? ... This  film will bring you up to speed. ‘There are two sides to every story’... This documentary is entered in "Operation Paul Revere Contest" Well done, worth watching! ~ Documentary

Marathon Day: Boston 15.4.13... A 72 minute documentary film that summarizes the Boston bombing attacks from the perspective of the official story through the eyes of the mainstream media and the questions asked by millions about its credibility, both by alternative media sources and the public!

The film is presented in the form of direct evidence, all media reports are verifiable and presented with direct sources of evidence. These are all available to the public on the Internet, the only source left ‘unregulated!’ Mainstream vs alternative Internet media is the theme!

What is the truth?

Why didn’t the mainstream report about the ‘Bomb Drill’ that was taking place on the day?

Why do the witnesses on alternative media contradict the witness reports presented by mainstream?

Why did the mainstream fail to report on the military undercover operatives at the scene of the first explosion?

Why was the FBI mentoring the Tsarnaev brothers? Who is really behind this?

Who gains from these ‘terror attacks’ and how have previous attacks reshaped our lives?

See the two perspectives and be the judge! Is there a real conspiracy here?




May 1, 2013 - BraveArcherFilms

Reposted June 4, 2013 - KnowTheLies


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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 4:36pm.


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