Not only does this track perfectly with a false flag scenario, but the fact that ANOTHER false flag bomber used the same store — a long way from Times Square — is beyond belief absent the same “handler” being lazy about finding new sources for marginally credible purchases.
Bomber even got one set of shells free. Purchase was in February.
In a chilling twist, the company that sold Tamerlan the fireworks is the same company that sold Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad the firecrackers he used to build his failed car bomb.
“We were just shocked,” said Bill Weimer, vice president of Phamtom Fireworks in Seabrook, N.H. “After our Times Square experience, we said, ‘It can’t happen twice.’”
UPDATE 24 April 2013: Our EOD experts have confirmed that there is no way three pounds of gunpowder would have blown open a pressure cooker and scattered scrapnel — or six pounds — or nine pounds. They speculate that the false flag architects, knowing nothing about explosives, were being guided by the common story about firecrackers blowing off hands. This is a very solid lead suggestive of false flag handling. Naturally the FBI will not reveal all the telephone records showing weekly or bi-weekly calls with his handler, but that is what an honest counterintelligence agency would start with.