Comment: The point is...

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The point is...

The public should look close and ask questions. It is every public servants duty to do their best to answer them.

The article seemed to me to take on only the most ridiculous statements, or weakened and simplified versions of what could be sensible questions. The hat with the skull on it for one, it would mean nothing if there had been one in the crowd, but what about MANY on individuals all dressed identically with backpacks which look like what the Government and Media are showing being used in the attack. Its not exactly proof, but doesn't it bring up a few questions?

The idea of a drill being conducted isn't proof, but there is a pattern here: 911, the UK subway bombing...

Drills have been reported being conducted at nearly all attacks in the last decade, apparently practicing for the very thing which then happens. Maybe this is coincidence? But doesn't the public have a right to know something about it? The government is becoming less visible not more, and whistle blowers go to prison for informing the public...

It is good to examine the questions being asked, and it is good to be critical, but the article seems more like an attack ad than anything bringing clarity and focus.

Just My Opinion.