As the country was preparing to mark the one-month anniversary of the Boston terrorist attack, in the middle of the night, on May 14, seven self-identified Muslims broke into the Quabbin reservoir. The Quabbin reservoir in Belchertown, Massachusetts covers thirty-nine square miles, holds an astounding 400 billion gallons of water, and supplies the majority of the water supply to the Greater Boston area. A Massachusetts State Trooper happened upon the scene a few minutes after midnight as the five men and two women were climbing into their vehicles to leave. They were immediately arrested for trespassing. They all denied any wrongdoing, stating they were all recent chemical engineering graduates and were simply on a field trip to marvel at the largest inland body of water in the state of Massachusetts. Why they chose to go on their “field trip” in the middle of the night when nothing could be seen was not explained.
The Feds quickly took over the investigation. Given that they all had a background in chemical engineering, the reservoir was tested for contamination. An odd secrecy surrounded the incident almost immediately, as any information, besides the nationality of the trespassers—Saudi Arabian, Pakistani, and Chinese—leaked in the initial police investigation—was kept secret.
Alternative media outlets filed Freedom Of Information Act requests for names, addresses, and court dates of those arrested. The request was denied last week, citing an obscure Massachusetts state law.
Oddly, no charges were filed, with the Massachusetts State Police immediately filing an appeal to this decision. The whole matter was then pushed down the memory hole, now only being covered by alternative media.
Coming so close to the Boston terrorist attack, the question must be asked—Are the two events related? Was there an alternative reason that martial law was all but declared in the Watertown area in the days following the Boston bombing? Was suspicion that a plot was afoot to poison the water supply of millions of people the real reason for instituting martial law in the greater Boston area?
America was stunned not only because of the Boston terrorist attack, but the de facto martial law that was declared, looking for the unarmed teenager Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, allegedly the second Boston bomber.
In the ensuing martial law, citizens were confined to their homes. Light-armored tanks roamed the streets. Hundreds of militarized police conducted illegal house-to-house searches. Citizens were taken into custody without being charged with a crime.
Given that America was lied to about the Benghazi consulate attack, were we also lied to about the Boston terrorist bombing?
There are some serious questions. Besides the fact that a possible terrorist attack against the Quabbin reservoir may have been suppressed, America wants to know the following:
Why did the FBI beg the public to help identify the Tsarnaev brothers, even though they had had both of them under surveillance for several years?
Why the veil of secrecy involving evidence implicating the Tsarnaev brothers? The Feds have released a videotape of the Tsarnaev brothers walking around minutes before the bombing, yet refuse to release the video of them placing the bombs—or any other evidence for that matter—implicating them with the bombing.