After yesterday’s initial release of what appeared to be photos of several private military contractors from Craft International at the scene of the Boston bombing, independent journalists have now identified many more images of this team.
Mike Adams of Natural News made an interesting discovery that one of the members of this team was carrying a radiation detector:
First off, let’s get the attacks of the moron trolls out of the way — people who will say these photos are a “conspiracy theory.”
How are photos of actual people at the event a conspiracy theory?
They aren’t. In real police work, they’re called “evidence,” and the people in these photos should be persons of interest.
But they aren’t. The entire mainstream media and law enforcement apparatus is now pretending these men don’t exist. (Now that’s their conspiracy theory!)
We all know, however, that The Craft operatives don’t work for free. They aren’t a band of volunteers. And that means somebody paid them to be at the event.
Who paid The Craft to be there? And what was their mission?
Why is their existence at the Boston marathon being memory-holed? Why are they not “persons of interest” in the investigation?
Why do they carry radiation detectors? What’s in their backpacks? (A ham sandwich?)
The fact that the media refuses to even acknowledge the existence of these private military operatives is quite telling all by itself.