Boston claims not true |

Boston claims not true

The terrorists won – REALITY CHECK. Mr. Ceremuga, in his letter, made claims that were not true.

Boston residents were not held in their homes and then forced into the streets with hands raised and detained while their houses were searched. These claims are remarkably similar to a statement put out by former Texas Rep. Ron Paul. Mr. Paul’s comments have been resoundingly shown to be LIES.

He is, of course, the several times failed presidential candidate that claims to be a libertarian, but is in fact just another anarchist. The question all of us need to ask ourselves is: Who is worse? The liar or the person who spreads the lie?

David Mead


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