I recently spoke with current Police Chief and former military intelligence officer John W. Gaissert regarding the mainstream media blackout over numerous portions of the Boston bombings, and I was inspired to hear the former Navy Commander detail the situation based on his expert analysis.
Much of the hype over the Boston bombings has subsided, and even the alternative media has begun covering other topics like the IRS scandal. That said, it’s always important to remember that key questions have yet to be answered over the situation and are continually ignored by the mainstream media. In particular, issues highlighted from my interview with the Boston bombing eyewitness who revealed that there was a bomb drill taking place the morning the bombing.
Originally dismissed as a conspiracy theory in typical media fashion, it was later revealed that even popular Senators believed there was prior intelligence in regards to the bombing. In an interview with Channel 2 Action News WSBTV, Senator Saxby Chambliss detailed how the circumstances led him to believe law enforcement agencies actually did have advanced information before the bombing that was not properly shared. Information that gives credence to the warnings of Alastair Stevenson, the well-respected coach who told me about his experience with the drill.
Perhaps most shocking to me is the fact that Alastair, myself, and others asking questions about these topics have been demonized as ‘conspiracy theorists’ for even daring to write or talk about them. What’s more, the majority of my work has literally been putting admitted evidence together and examining the reality of the situation — not even offering up my own conclusions as to what happened during the bombings. Yet, despite this fact, simply putting the puzzle pieces together is now enough for the media to send in its attack dogs.
I find it refreshing that respected, experienced, and extremely intelligent individuals like John W. Gaissert are speaking out against the mainstream media blackout not only surrounding the Boston bombings but over developments at large. I may have a little bit different analysis than Mr. Gaissert in regards to some aspects of the discussion, but at the end of the day I enjoy supporting and promoting those who are seeking truth in news. And with Gaissert’s background, I certainly listen to what he has to say.