Public Begins to Question U.S. Government Intelligence Competency

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In light of the Boston Marathon Blunders, Now the 9/11 Landing Gear, the U.S. Public Begins to Question the U.S. Government.

Washington, D.C. – Last week, Americans learned that not only did the Russian government warn the CIA multiple times over Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his terrorist ties, but also that he was on multiple terrorist watch list.  As well, the FBI actually interviewed him in 2011 and let him go.  Along with this new data, many Americans are beginning to question how they still managed to slip through and successfully pull off their act of terrorism.

Just when things couldn’t see to get worse for the U.S. Government, revelations were made Friday that the landing gear from the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center were located just blocks away from the WTC site.  The landing gear, identified by the serial number on the Boeing landing gear, was found located between a building and the controversial location of the designated mosque.

Americans are beginning to ask questions and rightfully so.  How did Tamerlan Tsarnaev pull off such an attack on American soil despite all the warnings?  With the CIA and FBI having knowledge of Tamerlan Tsarnaev living in Boston at the time of the attack, how could they not put the 2 together?

With the discovery of the landing gear from one of the airplanes involved in the World Trade Center attack just blocks away from the scene, how can the U.S. government possibly claim to have thoroughly investigated the site?  Friday afternoon, Americans are trying to figure out exactly how the U.S. could have the worst terrorist attack on American soil and investigators miss landing gear next to a mosque just blocks away from WTC scene.

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