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5 Questions the Media SHOULD Be Asking About the Boston Tragedy

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by Jon Friedman
April 21, 2013 11:12 PM
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We have heard a lot of talking from journalists in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon tragedy.

They talk endlessly about whether the older brother had a strange holdover his little brother. They wail: How could this happen? They ask: Were you surprised by their violence. Andother such secondary questions.

They should be asking these five questions:

1) Where did the terrorists get the guns?

2) What can we do to curb the possibility of copy-cat atrocities?

3) What can other cities do to minimize the prospect of this sort of thing happening again another major sports events?

4) What did the law-enforcement authorities in Boston do right?

5) How can people detect such powerful personality changes in young people who ultimately commit acts of violence?

MEDIA MATRIX QUESTION: What other questions should we be asking?

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  • jg | April 23, 2013 1:46 AMReply

    You're completely missing the shit.

    Debkafile: The Tsarnaev brothers were double agents who decoyed US into terror trap
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    FBI Admits it Interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011 in response to a request by the Russian gov't. http://wp.me/pwAWe-1yJ

    Glorious Martial Law? http://wp.me/pwAWe-1A1

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