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Where were the bloodhounds in Boston 'manhunt'?


An unprecedented marshaling of police working with US military in an unprecedented "lockdown" state was witnessed in the week of the Boston Marathon bombing.

Over 4,000 police and military from almost every law enforcement unit in the region took over a shopping center parking lot in Watertown for a staging area, looking like a minor invasion force. Represented were FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Department of Homeland Security, the National Guard, the Boston and Watertown Police departments and the Massachusetts State Police.

At least three Blackhawk helicopters patrolled the skies, and armored vehicles roamed this quiet suburban community. Men with automatic rifles went house to house, pulling residents from their homes at gunpoint, hands over heads, searching for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. For a night and a day and part of another night they closed in on Tsarnaev, who with his brother is alleged to have committed one of the most atrocious bombings in US history. But almost no one has asked one simple question: where were the bloodhounds? FULL ARTICLE.. http://digitaljournal.com/article/350453

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Well, they would have needed

Well, they would have needed an article or some sort with scent to track to begin with. Plus once they had the shootout and the guy took off in a vehicle, there wouldnt have been much a dog could have tracked then either.

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Ah ha! I have the ANSWER!

It is because none of the victims were real people, and they used ragu sauce for the appearance of blood. Furthermore, the perpetrators were shapeshifting lizards who have odorless blue blood. :rolleyes:

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