New Hampshire State Rep Questions If The Gov't Was Involved In The Boston Bombing

Tuesday, April 23rd

DOVER — New Hampshire State Rep. Stella Tremblay is calling for answers about whether the American government was involved in detonating explosives at the Boston Marathon last week, killing three people and wounding more than 170 others.

In an interview with Foster's Daily Democrat Tuesday, Tremblay said she can't rule out the possibility the government was involved in carrying out the bombings.

“I was with, it was one of my constituents that sent me an email, and it went to a site where a, I think it was a major Retired Marine was speaking, and then he said, 'Please go to Infowars,' and they had pictures of, what is it, black ops? With black backpacks. They show them at the scene, so they knew something was going on, because there wouldn't have been that many of them,” Tremblay said.

The Auburn state representative also outlined some of the other activity that she deems suspicious in the wake of the bombings. For example, Tremblay said, CNN correspondent John King and others in the media reported early after the bombings that a suspect was in custody, but no suspect materialized.

“There's just too many things going on that, to me, doesn't make any sense,” Tremblay said.

Tremblay emphasized that her views don't fall down party lines. Republicans, Independents and Democrats alike should demand “honest answers,” she said.

“Are you that blind that you're not willing to ask questions of your government?”