How did Boston Bombers get so heavily armed without background checks??

Two interesting pieces of information on the Boston Bombers have emerged.First is that none of the Bombers (younger was less than 21 years old anyway) had licenses to buy firearms.  Yet they had a large cache of arms to carry out many attacks!  And this comes right after the Senate has voted against improving the background checks. The Boston bombing suspects engaged in a deadly firefight with police last week, possessing six bombs, handguns, a rifle and more than 250 rounds of ammunition. But … [Read more...]

Photographs from Boston Bombing crime scene tell an Intriguing story; First arrest made

Using the footage from Lords & Taylors' surveillance camera, FBI has arrested a "brown-skinned" man for the Boston Bombings.  The evidence that was available from the scene is very intriguing.  Here are some pictures from the crime scene which tell a story of their own.     Source: Daily Mail.     … [Read more...]

Richard Branson blogs about a story of Generosity that brought a couple together

Richard Branson shared an interesting story on his blog, about the generosity of his friend, Pankaj Shah.  Pankaj is a businessman who has an intriguing, but generous habit - "Whenever he is out to dinner, he asks the staff to find the couple who look most in love, and takes care of their bill."Over the holidays last year, he was in Boston at a restaurant he hadn't been to in 3 years.  The manager came up to him and told him that the couple he had paid for 3 years ago were back at the r … [Read more...]

Facebook Deactivation Agreement: Dad to pay his Daughter $200 to keep off Facebook for 5 months!

A man in Massachusetts, US, is paying his teenaged daughter $200 to keep her off social networking website Facebook. Paul Baier, who is the vice president of an energy firm in Boston, posted on his blog the picture of a Facebook Deactivation Agreement his daughter Rachel signed to stay off the site in exchange for $200.What's surprising is that this idea of staying away from the popular social networking website was Rachel's. The father told The Daily Dot that she did this to "earn money and … [Read more...]


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