April 22, 2013
In the aftermath of the tragic Boston Bombing, numerous investigative
reports have established the fact that drills were, indeed, taking place during the course of the event.
As Ali Stevenson, a University of Mobile coach who was present at the
marathon, confirmed, bomb sniffing dogs and other “emergency personnel”
were present as a part of a “training exercise” or drill.
In addition to drills, however, we have the puzzling presence of the Massachusetts National Guard Civil Support Team (CST) at the event, shortly before the bombings occurred. (See the subsequent reports here, here, and here)
Yet, in examining the drills scheduled to take place in Boston during
the attack, it might also prove helpful to examine the possibility of
other types of terror drills taking place across the rest of the
country, since the event itself did have nationwide reverberations and
since such evidence of “coincidental” planning may further point toward
the veracity of claims asserting a false flag attack having taken place
Two such drills have predictably surfaced in the last several days.
One of the drills, which took place at Three Mile
Island just outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was “coincidentally”
scheduled for the day after the Boston Bombing and did, in fact, take
place on the Tuesday after the bombing.
The Harrisburg drill, “the first simulated test of a terrorist attack on
a nuclear power plant” was designed to simulate “an attack by a group
of eight armed men” on the facilities according to a statement by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) spokesman Peter Herrick Jr.
as reported by Michael Sadowski of Yahoo! News.