So what was it? FAU professor James Tracy, that same fool who questioned the Sandy Hook massacre, has the same ludicrous ideas for what happened in Boston, and he shares those with us on his personal blog 'Memory Hole'. A tenured associate professor of communications- so they can't fire him- believes that this was a "mass-casualty drill, which for training purposes are designed to be as lifelike as possible" using crisis actors, and yes they do exist. He doesn't even think that the bombs or injuries were real.
And the reason:
The upshot will be a continued program of more intensified repression at taxpayer expense alongside a corresponding erosion of civil liberties. All the while, future terror-inducing events magnified through the corporate news media’s falsifying prism reinforce our cursed tendency to welcome the illusion—to define first, and then see.It's interesting to note that most of these false-flag event conspiracy theorists happen to be Ron Paul devotees, although I'm not sure if Tracy is or not.
After the Jesus-stomping incident, by another FAU professor, and the claims of anti-Semitism on campus, the university is going to have to pay students to attend.