Glenn Beck “conspiracy”: Conservative pundit Glenn Beck recently claimed that a third suspect was involved in the Boston Marathon bombing, with New Hampshire state Rep. Stella Tremblay reportedly agreeing with him.
On Tuesday, Beck said that the U.S. government is hiding facts in the bombing investigation.
“The government has not come clean,” he said. “Some of this information has come out over the weekend, and immediately the government tried to discredit it.”
Beck then said that sources with law enforcement told him that a Saudi national was “in custody” and said he was labeled with the 212 3b tag. It means, Beck said, “you have demonstrated yourself to be a proven terrorist and to be engaged in proven terrorist activity.”
The man then was cleared of his so-called terrorist status, he said.
Tremblay wrote a message to Beck that “the Boston Marathon was a Black Ops ‘terrorist’ attack,” according to the Fosters Daily Democrat in New Hampshire.
“One suspect killed, the other one will be too before they even have a chance to speak. Drones and now ‘terrorist’ attacks by our own Government. Sad day, but a ‘wake up’ to all of us. First there was a ‘suspect’ then there wasn’t,” she continued.
She added: “I was with, it was one of my constituents that sent me an email, and it went to a site where a, I think it was a major retired marine was speaking, and then he said, ‘Please go to Infowars,’ and they had pictures of, what is it, black ops? With black backpacks. They show them at the scene, so they knew something was going on, because there wouldn’t have been that many of them.”
The Infowars site, operated by Alex Jones, has frequently speculated on the bombings since last week. Jones last week tweeted that the bombing was a “false flag” operation.
The two suspects in the marathon bombing, both brothers, have been identified as Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzokhar Tsarnaev. Tamerlan was reportedly killed in a gun battle with police last Thursday and his brother is in serious condition in a Boston hospital, answering investigators’ questions by writing them down.