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Sen. Chambliss (R-GA): Intelligence May Have Known About Bombings in Advance

Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) said on Tuesday that law enforcement may have known in advance about the Boston Marathon suspects’ bombing plans. Speaking to local Atlanta Channel 2 Action News, Chambliss said, “There now appears that may have been some evidence that was obtained by one of the law enforcement agencies that did not get shared in a way that it could have been. If that turns out to be the case, then we have to determine whether or not that would have made a difference.”

If information existed that could have prevented the bombing but was held up by communications gaps between intelligence agencies, that would be a strong case against the growth of the Department of Homeland Security, which was specifically created to facilitate intelligence sharing between intelligence agencies in the aftermath of September 11, 2001.


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The information didn't get

The information didn't get shared because they wanted it to happen and are complicit in the deaths and damage. They control the MSM and have covered up the bomb drill, bomb sniffing dogs, Craft forces and other things.