by SGT, SGTreport.com:
I am passing along this absolute must-listen interview from Pastor Butch’s GCN radio show. With credit to this May 6th Realist News report for discussing this aspect of the Boston Bombing story, our attention was directed to the following interview in which Pastor Butch Paugh’s call-in guest “Lt. McCoy” says that he once knew and served with the balding man shown (center) in the picture above. The man in question was seen dressed as a Connecticut State Policeman in interviews about the Sandy Hook massacre, and he was photographed in contractors clothing wearing a black jacket, black backpack, khaki pants and desert boots during the Boston bombing.
We have not been able to verify if the following information is true, but in the words of the Pastor Butch’s guest:
“I said a short prayer while you were on the break, and I’m going to come clean on chrome dome, he and I served together in the military. He’s a retired full bird Colonel and he retired from the Green Beret US Army Special Forces. He’s not a State policeman. … The devil owns him. He’s dirty, nasty. I can’t say enough bad things about him.”
You can listen to the interview yourself at GunConfiscation.com by clicking HERE. The candid information begins at 24:05. The shocking claim about the retired Special Ops Colonel begins at 33:05.
The apparent false flag nature of the terror operations at Sandy Hook Elementary and at the Boston Marathon, have left many of us with hundreds of unanswered questions about each event. The fact that a retired US Special Forces Colonel may have been on the ground at both events, playing several different roles for public consumption, is to say the least, horrifying.
For those who continue to deny the plausibility and reality of far reaching conspiracies designed to separate honest men from their liberty, I give you this quote from former President of the United States Woodrow Wilson:
“Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” — Woodrow Wilson, from his book The New Freedom (1913)