The Latest on the Boston Marathon bombings and the Boston Police Department article In the aftermath of the Boston bombing, a lot of questions have been asked: Why did this happen?
How did the suspects get into the city?
Why are we still dealing with the fallout from the bombing?
How many people were killed and injured?
Why is the FBI still looking into the Boston bombings?
And the answers to all of those questions are likely to surprise you.
There are lots of questions.
But one thing is certain: The question is still being asked: How did an explosion on a crowded commuter train kill more than 180 people and injure more than 260?
The answer: A bomb.
The blast was the result of a detonation of a pressure cooker.
The bomb exploded when a pressure-cooker bomb was detonated by a controlled explosion of a controlled detonator.
This was not a spontaneous explosion.
It was a carefully constructed device designed to create the same explosion as a bomb, and the explosion was precisely timed to take place at a specific time and place.
The explosion took place at the same time that a massive police operation was being carried out on the city, and it was just a matter of time before the bombers came for the hostages.
There were two possible scenarios that could have occurred: Either the pressure cooker was planted, or it was planted by a bomb squad.
In both cases, it is possible that the bombs were planted in the bomb squad’s own bomb disposal system, which was located on the train.
Or the bombs could have been planted by the bombers themselves.
But either way, they were planted.
A bomb would have to have been rigged to explode in the vicinity of a train station, or a pressure tank was placed in the path of the train to produce the same effect.
The pressure cooker bomb exploded on the subway platform in the same manner that a bomb would.
The device was planted in a specific location.
It had to be planted within a certain distance from the train, and its proximity to the platform would have been essential.
The train station was the key to the attack.
The subway station was located in a busy and densely populated area.
The station had several entrances, and there were several exits.
The bombs would have had to have entered the station in the middle of the night.
A pressure cooker would have required an explosive to be installed on top of a container of liquid fuel, and a pressure valve would have needed to be opened to allow for the release of the liquid fuel.
In order to prevent the bomb from detonating, there would have also to have to be an explosion that could cause damage to the subway system, as would any other building that was near the train station.
In the event of an explosion, there was no way for the terrorists to know that they had planted a bomb.
In addition, the explosives would have exploded in a controlled manner, because the bombs had been carefully designed to be as small as possible.
A large pressure cooker might have been capable of setting off a massive explosion that would have resulted in casualties and even death.
If the bomb had been placed near the platform, it might have created an explosion similar to a car bomb, but with an explosive device attached to it.
If it had been planted in an underground location, it could have triggered a large explosion that resulted in serious damage to buildings and the surrounding area.
There was also no way that the suspects could have survived if they were caught and brought to justice.
There is no doubt that the Boston bombers’ actions were calculated.
But they were also clever.
The bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and other acts of terror that occurred that day were coordinated and carefully planned.
The bombings of the two largest cities in the United States, New York and Washington, D.C., were designed to maximize the destruction of civilian life, and maximize the killing of innocent bystanders.
There has been a lot written about how the bombings were planned.
There have been various reports about how terrorists planned, and what they had in mind for the events of that day.
There will be plenty more written about the bombing and its aftermath.
But for now, let’s look at what was planned for the attack and what happened.
The Boston Bombing was a Complex Attack This was the primary goal of the bombers, who had spent months planning and preparing for the worst.
They wanted to do as much damage as possible before the government would get to them.
In particular, the bombers wanted to create a false sense of security that would allow them to continue the attacks without being caught.
This is a complex and dangerous task, but it was not too difficult.
One of the primary goals of the plotters was to create an illusion of safety that would enable them to carry out the attack without detection.
This required them to have access to sophisticated technology that would make them appear to be doing nothing wrong.
The plotters had access to a large