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Boston Bombing - guy with legs blown off returns and is wheeled through scene again!

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Published on Apr 23, 2013

(corrections...) I now think the second guy getting wheeled through is NOT the first guy, but the guy who was helping the first guy..the guy in the hood in photos of the scene. He has his hood up, which is why you can't really see his head. Whoever he is, he does not want to be ID'd....

The original video is "Bostom Bombing Finish Line Time Lapse" - this clearly shows around minute 3 legs-blown-off-guy being wheeled out, but his phony legs are falling off, so they wheel him through again...1 minute later, hoping to get a better shot..but the dude who pushes him goes WAY too fast so they have to use the original shot taken right after yellow vest guy puts legs-blown-off-guys blown off legs back on. whew! trying saying that fast 3 times! :)

Later: I think the second guy getting wheeled out might be the guy in the 'hood' in this series of photos who was obviously helping the first blown off legs off guy in the very moments after the explosion. In the photos, you can see there is nothing wrong with him, but he is wearing a shirt (gray with black sleeves) that looks a lot like legs blown off guy. I still see more evidence supporting that this was a drill, except for the fact they have used some very realistic make-up. And dont forget, people with unlimited funds, access and power can pull off things that would make our heads' spin..and they do...regularly.

photo of guy with legs blown off after their pit stop. The EMT did not reach down to pull up foot rest, which would have been the only other obvious explanation for his movements: reach down, grab something bulky, pull it up, shove it towards patient..and explain why he is holding the leg by applying pressure TOWARDS the seated patient..pushing the phony legs back on?

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