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Pretty interesting stuff.
A user on the website 4Chan posted these photos of potential suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing
This post was edited by CR Tider 12 months ago
Wouldn't surprise me if 4chan got to the bottom of this faster than our government.
Wouldn't be real shocked either but think about it. All these pics are online. 4chan has a ton of users very savvy with a computer to enhance and search for things in pictures. The agencies have a lot of other things to look at though before they just say some guy with a black back pack did it.
They already said it was in a black back pack.
I know just saying that there are plenty of black back packs. 4chan absolutely can do it though.
I have never even heard 4chan.
neither have I sir
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
I wouldn't actually type their name in a post.
Best part by far. But holy chit that dude looks like a prime time suspect.
the one with the red and blue X shows men in tactical clothing.
Just messing with you.
Just a bunch of computer savvy people basically.
they are dressed like spec ops people.
They are pigments of your imagination.
And the breeding ground for Anonymous.
Several other hacker groups as well.
This is very interesting... I hope those images have been brought to the FBI's attention.
This post was edited by FortWorthTide 12 months ago
They just made an arrest. No other details yet
All indications appear to be that 4chan did indeed identify the people about to be arrested
they are just saying that it is one person.
They who? 4chan, or the news?
Looks like 4chan may have got one of them right...
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