At this point, local authorities in the Boston Marathon terror attack are denying any knowledge that trouble was brewing in the hours leading up to the race. However, as you can imagine, there are many people who do not believe this. Instead, they are under the impression that police had to know that something bad could happen.
Infowars.com has a great piece discussing this topic, complete with information from eyewitness Ali Stevenson.
While there is no way of knowing the truth, Stevenson says authorizes “must have known” about a threat because they discussed a drill before the start of the race while also planting spotters on local rooftops.
Stevenson acknowledged the fact that authorities announced a bomb drill over the loudspeakers before the race. At the time, it is safe to say that people were more focused on the race and less concerned with a potential attack. But when looking back at what happened, it makes people wonder if authorities had knowledge of a potential attack or were simply taking the proper precautions.
In an interview with AL.com, here is what Stevenson had to say:
“At the starting line this morning, they had bomb sniffing dogs and the bomb squad out there. They kept announcing to runners not to be alarmed, that they were running a training exercise.”
With all this in mind, many are wondering what Boston Police think about this accusation. Infowars report Dan Bidondi dove into this topic during a press conference, but was told there was “no specific intelligence” regarding an attack and that no special drills took place.
Stevenson went on to discuss what happened immediately following the accidents:
“There was a sulfur smell. Then, it was crazy from there. The emergency vehicles were coming and going and closing everything off and evacuating the area. People were crying in the streets. It was a pretty disturbing situation.”
If you want to watch the video of Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi asking about the drills, you can do so on the following page: