Thats the insinuation though nobody's saying it outright.. The FBI are all over it, so I assume its not just a random disconnected incident. Interesting that this should come up so soon after the release of the the photographs of the suspects.We're just sitting here wondering that. Details obviously sketchy.....especially here in Oz, but it was certainly our first thought.
That's pretty much been the point of discussion amongst the crew at work today.Interesting that this should come up so soon after the release of the the photographs of the suspects.
I'll say...I'm on the road in Texas and about 200 miles north of my location, the explosion created a small mushroom cloud! http://www.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_606w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2013/04/18/National-Enterprise/Images/Plant_Explosion-Texas_Texas.JPEG-0c8b8.jpgThat's pretty much been the point of discussion amongst the crew at work today.
Continuing on with this though.....bombings at sporting events in Boston, fertilizer plants blown off the face of the earth in Texas and now I'm reading about cars disappearing down sink holes in Chicago. You Yanks are having one hell of a shitty week. Keep your chins up guys.
I just find that it's mighty curious that Putin volunteered the help within an hour or so of the bombing.They are actually Russian citizens and are from a region near Chechnya.Their father lives in Russia and was expecting them home for the holidays.They were Chechnyan, which would explain why Putin would offer help. And the brother who is still alive is believed to be somewhere between the Watertown Mall and Mt. Auburn Street, which has a very large Armenian population as well as many Eastern European immigrants. I used to work in Watertown, which is still under lockdown, as well as a number of close sub-burbs like Newton & Belmont. I work a few miles north of it near an air force base which is eerily quiet for a Friday.
We can get around, but friends in those towns can't even go get beer!