Boston Bomb Suspect Captured Alive

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Bushwacked wrote:
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No, Gay Slewesie. My numbers came from CNN. But since you are so f-ing schmart, tell us how many cops were in Boston searching for the Muslim bomber. What size area did they cordon off? And how many home owners found the bomber in a boat in their back yard? Should I wait for a rational response from you or just wait from more nonsense and drivel? I am betting on the nonsense and drivel.
Your point seems to be that if police had done nothing the homeowner would have captured him anyway. Tell us how that would have happened agan?}|
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Your point seems to be that if police had done nothing the homeowner would have captured him anyway. Tell us how that would have happened agan?}|
Dumbshit. 3,000 union cops. 30 block area. The cops called a press conference saying the trail had gone cold and they could not find him. Then one brave home owner found him. You do the math. MASSIVE UNION FAILURE. The home owner is the hero.
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I make money, you make rude noises and get laughed AT....

You wish I were gay, BOTTOM !!!

Might be time to "tip" them to this nut-so ! LMAOROFU~! Geez, what a complete loser POS....

No thanks, you made up a story and you're not man enough to STFU !!!

You're making up numbers, making a fool of yourself, and an embarrassment to your race, "gender", and party.

KEEP IT UP, oh right you cantgetitup..
LMAOROTFU~!
Bushwacker

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Apr 22, 2013
 
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You are too Slewpid to even know what you read. We be frum da hood an dont need no readin skilz.
Boston PD 2,144 officers (Source: Wiki)
MA State Police 2,100 officers
BATF ? Officers
FBI ? Officers
Homeland Security ? Officers
TOTAL: Way over 3,000 union boobs failing at finding one 19 yr old kid.
According to CNN, there were over 3,000 assorted police officers hunting down the bombers.
Now oh Slewpid One, show me your made up numbers and their sources.
You said on the 30 block & exactly 3k...Are you SURE ?? LMAOROFU~!
The Boston Police Department has approximately 2,015 officers (Source: Wiki)

"Dude", you're mentally ILL !!!
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It's too bad that it was'nt you!

waterboarding will clean up the muslim stink on him.
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I love it: the Muslim terrorist is being treated at a Jewish hospital.
BTW: has Obama used the word "terrorism" yet?
he can not call his brothers what they are.

muslim terrorists.
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Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.

"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."

The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.

YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....

KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....

LMAOROTFU~!

Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
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Apr 22, 2013
 
Bushwacker wrote:
Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.
"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."
The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.
YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....
KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....
LMAOROTFU~!
Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
Other Related Qualities:

Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them
Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them
Authoritarian
Secretive
Paranoid
Only rarely in difficulty with the law, but seeks out situations where their tyrannical behavior will be tolerated, condoned, or admired
Conventional appearance
Goal of enslavement of their victim(s)
Exercises despotic control over every aspect of the victim's life
Has an emotional need to justify their crimes and therefore needs their victim's affirmation (respect, gratitude and love)
Ultimate goal is the creation of a willing victim
Incapable of real human attachment to another
Unable to feel remorse or guilt
Extreme narcissism and grandiose
May state readily that their goal is to rule the world

(The above traits are based on the psychopathy checklists of H. Cleckley and R. Hare.)

Slewsie SHARES every one of these traits. Does anyone think that a Criminal like Slewsie, who "Projects" about Pasty Gray BOI's is not a "Pasty Gray BOI" that hates herself and all Cops too?
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A single unarmed homeowner found the second bomber hiding like Sadam Obama only in his boat.
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Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.

"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."

The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.

YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....

KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....

LMAOROTFU~!

Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
Bushwacked

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Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.

"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."

The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.

YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....

Your "hero" ran to safety !?? Run away wingnut "heroes" ??



Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
Consistent

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Apr 23, 2013
 
Psychotic Slewsie,

There is help out there for you

These Psychotics and Sociopaths

Why are they the way they are? Apparently it has little to do with upbringing. Many studies have been done trying to find out what kind of childhood leads to sociopathy. So far, nothing looks likely. They could be from any kind of family. It is partly genetic, and partly mystery.

But researchers have found that the brains of sociopaths function differently than normal brains. And their brains function in a way that makes their emotional life unredeemably shallow. And yet they are capable of mimicking emotions like professional actors.

Sociopaths and psychopaths are the same thing. The original name for this disorder was "psychopath" but the general public and media confused it with "psycho" and "psychotic" so in the 1930s the name was changed to sociopath. Recently the media again caused a misperception that sociopaths were always serial killers, so now many call the condition "antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)."
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Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.

"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."

The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.

YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....

KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....

LMAOROTFU~!

Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
Bushwacked

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Bushwacked wrote:
Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.
"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."
The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.
YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....
KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....
LMAOROTFU~!
Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
How many Union COPs had to spit dognuts before responding?
Consistent

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Apr 23, 2013
 
Bushwacked wrote:
Using a step ladder to get a closer look inside the boat, Henneberry saw a small amount of blood and instantly knew something wasn't right. Acting quickly, the Watertown boat owner backed off and immediately informed police.
"He didn't try to be a hero. He didn't yell," Duffy said. "His mind instantly did the right thing."
The Henneberrys were transported to a safe location while police investigated the tip.
YOUR "hero" left the WORK to the union cops.....
KEEP IT UP, oh right.... you cantgetitup.....
LMAOROTFU~!
Makes you look pretty STOOPID !!! AGAIN !!! LMAORORFU~!
READ!

Poor Behavioral Controls/Impulsive Nature

Rage and abuse, alternating with small expressions of love and approval produce an addictive cycle for abuser and abused, as well as creating hopelessness in the victim. Believe they are all-powerful, all-knowing, entitled to every wish, no sense of personal boundaries, no concern for their impact on others
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should have killed him, now we have to listen to all the liberal feel sorry for him stories.
Consistent wrote:
Psychotic Slewsie,
There is help out there for you
These Psychotics and Sociopaths
Why are they the way they are? Apparently it has little to do with upbringing. Many studies have been done trying to find out what kind of childhood leads to sociopathy. So far, nothing looks likely. They could be from any kind of family. It is partly genetic, and partly mystery.
But researchers have found that the brains of sociopaths function differently than normal brains. And their brains function in a way that makes their emotional life unredeemably shallow. And yet they are capable of mimicking emotions like professional actors.
Sociopaths and psychopaths are the same thing. The original name for this disorder was "psychopath" but the general public and media confused it with "psycho" and "psychotic" so in the 1930s the name was changed to sociopath. Recently the media again caused a misperception that sociopaths were always serial killers, so now many call the condition "antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)."
Bushwhacker

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From Watertown, MA Patch:

We are Watertown residents who were locked down for an entire day this past Friday. A SWAT team visited our house at about 8:00 AM about ten blocks from where the suspect was eventually found.

Here's what we do not understand: According to news reports Tsarnaev abandoned the hijacked car at Lincoln and Spruce Streets. If this is true then why did it take twenty hours for him to be found hiding in a boat just two blocks away at the elbow of Franklin Street. We know from a friend who lives exactly across the street from the boat that their house was never searched by the SWAT teams during the day. In fact, we spoke with another friend on Franklin Street and they also were never approached by a SWAT team. Strangely enough another neighbor three blocks further west was contacted by SWAT. It appears that Franklin Street, again two blocks from where it's reported that Tsarnaev began his attempted escape on foot, simply was missed, skipped over by mismanagement of the search operation. This failure is extremely disturbing and there needs to be some accounting for the decisions for the implementation of the search.

People in Watertown are celebrating the success of the apprehension of the suspect. But instead this seems like a huge failure redeemed only by the good luck of a local resident blithely solving the case while putting himself in harm's way. Would we be feeling so self satisfied if Tsarnaev had the energy to shoot and kill the Franklin Street homeowner when he came out to check his boat? When the lockdown was lifted we went into our own backyard with our daughter to check things out. The SWAT team had come by earlier in the morning, so we felt little fear. But the Franklin Street house was never checked. The homeowner must have felt that since the lockdown was called off, that the suspect that been able to flee, perhaps long gone, miles away. But he was very wrong and probably only saved by the fact that Tsarnaev had been bleeding to death for twenty hours in his backyard while thousands of police and soldiers were either given the wrong orders, or did not execute their plan in a coordinated way.

What should have happened at the end of the day, as evening was approaching, was a redoubling of the search effort. How could we all go to sleep that night knowing that Tsarnaev was out there somewhere. The lockdown was lifted. "Be vigilant" the authorities cautioned. And then, minutes later a chance bit of luck from a house that was missed, and it was over. Watching on TV that night we witnessed the State Police Commissioner, the FBI investigator, the Mayor of Boston, the Governor of Massachusetts, the Watertown Chief of Police, and more of those "in charge" congratulate themselves on how seamlessly they coordinated what proved to be a seriously flawed and failed operation.

Mike Mandel
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doa wrote:
should have killed him, now we have to listen to all the liberal feel sorry for him stories.
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I'm glad they haven't killed him: yet! They can get information from him first. And notice how the news media is showing photos of him when he was younger? Just like they did with Treyvon.
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now we are paying for his legal team, hospital care and rehabilitation efforts.

ask the person who lost her foot how she feels, or the people that families have already buried.

it is call the DEATH penalty. Send a message to the towel heads, not in America.
Bushwhacker wrote:
From Watertown, MA Patch:
We are Watertown residents who were locked down for an entire day this past Friday. A SWAT team visited our house at about 8:00 AM about ten blocks from where the suspect was eventually found.
Here's what we do not understand: According to news reports Tsarnaev abandoned the hijacked car at Lincoln and Spruce Streets. If this is true then why did it take twenty hours for him to be found hiding in a boat just two blocks away at the elbow of Franklin Street. We know from a friend who lives exactly across the street from the boat that their house was never searched by the SWAT teams during the day. In fact, we spoke with another friend on Franklin Street and they also were never approached by a SWAT team. Strangely enough another neighbor three blocks further west was contacted by SWAT. It appears that Franklin Street, again two blocks from where it's reported that Tsarnaev began his attempted escape on foot, simply was missed, skipped over by mismanagement of the search operation. This failure is extremely disturbing and there needs to be some accounting for the decisions for the implementation of the search.
People in Watertown are celebrating the success of the apprehension of the suspect. But instead this seems like a huge failure redeemed only by the good luck of a local resident blithely solving the case while putting himself in harm's way. Would we be feeling so self satisfied if Tsarnaev had the energy to shoot and kill the Franklin Street homeowner when he came out to check his boat? When the lockdown was lifted we went into our own backyard with our daughter to check things out. The SWAT team had come by earlier in the morning, so we felt little fear. But the Franklin Street house was never checked. The homeowner must have felt that since the lockdown was called off, that the suspect that been able to flee, perhaps long gone, miles away. But he was very wrong and probably only saved by the fact that Tsarnaev had been bleeding to death for twenty hours in his backyard while thousands of police and soldiers were either given the wrong orders, or did not execute their plan in a coordinated way.
What should have happened at the end of the day, as evening was approaching, was a redoubling of the search effort. How could we all go to sleep that night knowing that Tsarnaev was out there somewhere. The lockdown was lifted. "Be vigilant" the authorities cautioned. And then, minutes later a chance bit of luck from a house that was missed, and it was over. Watching on TV that night we witnessed the State Police Commissioner, the FBI investigator, the Mayor of Boston, the Governor of Massachusetts, the Watertown Chief of Police, and more of those "in charge" congratulate themselves on how seamlessly they coordinated what proved to be a seriously flawed and failed operation.
Mike Mandel
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P C Free Zone wrote:
<quoted text>I'm glad they haven't killed him: yet! They can get information from him first. And notice how the news media is showing photos of him when he was younger? Just like they did with Treyvon.
I listened to NPR (Government Radio) on the day after his capture.

UN FAUCHING BELIEVABLE!

The Propagandists were "Humanizing" him with touchy feely interveiws with people that had a relationship (obscure) with him.

The Commentator was soft spoken and empathetic to the pain that his associates felt as they described what a sweet boy Travon....er Chechen Terrorist is.

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