Originally Posted by Wing Man Frank
One thing that doesn't sit well with me is how a 19 year old kid runs away from a scene in which there are residents taking footage and in which the entire might of the Boston police force and numerous other agencies are hunting him down?
He is then given an arraignment whilst being semi-coherent - even then the validity of that comes into question. There are numerous accounts of people who say that speech on a ventilator/intubated is impossible yet we are meant to believe he clearly uttered the words 'no'.
Meanwhile, so far as I have read, not one of the charges relates to the dead policeman.
First part: you don't even make sense here. He was there, with hundreds or thousands of others. He was not immediately identified as a suspect. Once identified he and his brother were quickly located. .
It is impossible to know what you are reading into this, but from your words it certainly seems to be "how did he just walk away from a scene when everyone knew he was the suspect and the entire might of the Boston police force are
hunting him down." That is just ridiculous. You clearly put the bombing and the suspicion in the present tense as if you really believe they both happened at the scene. You seem to be so ill informed about what happened that you state that he was known to be the suspect, while still at the scene of the bombing.
You should remove yourself from this thread out of embarrassment.
Second part: if there are numerous accounts of people who say it is impossible to utter the word "no" while intubated, perhaps you could give just one example.
Third part: There are only initial charges to date. There will be more. Naturally it will be difficult to determine if he killed the policeman or was just an accomplice. That is the simple reason that not one of the charges relates to the policeman. But I doubt you understand how the legal process proceeds, anyway.