Saturday, September 5, 2015

Slow Saturday Special: Suicide by Cyanide in Arlington

Considering Jade Helm and all the inane and absurd lockdowns we have been seeing across the country, it is with great sadness that I once again view skeptically a report coming from the Boston Globe.

"Arlington teen apparently consumes cyanide, spurs hazmat response" by Travis Anderson and Lauren Fox and Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent   September 04, 2015

ARLINGTON — Hazmat crews rushed to a quiet street on Friday afternoon after a 15-year-old died by apparently consuming cyanide, officials said.

Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan said near the scene on Rockmont Road that police were called to the home at about 4 p.m., after a relative voiced “concerns” about the male victim, who lived in the home.

Ryan did not elaborate on the concerns but said that officers found the victim’s body in the basement of the home, and that observations led them “to believe that the deceased may have consumed cyanide.”

As a result, Ryan said, neighbors were evacuated from their homes and a hazardous-materials crew descended on the residence to begin decontaminating the area, as well as the victim’s body.

WTF? No one showed such a concern when the Nazis were biting down on the stuff?

As in Millis, none of the official story is making any sense and the over-the-top proportionality of the response makes one smell a stinking rat.

Even if you buy into all this, the only conclusion one can come to is the police state continuing to justify their jobs and budgets with this stuff.

The office of Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan said in a statement that because that because the victim’s death does not appear to be suspicious, authorities will not release his name. The victim was 15.

How is it not suspicious? A 15-year-old takes cyanide and its not suspicious?

Around 6:45 p.m., Chief Ryan said the scene around the home was stable, and that the decontaminating process was continuing. Once the cleanup is completed, he said, investigators and the state medical examiner’s office would have access to the home to begin their work. Most neighbors were able to return home by 8:30 p.m.

Yeah, four hours not that big of an inconvenience to see how you remotely respond to the total surveillance and police state being constructed around you. 

Readers, I'm sorry that I'm starting to view everything in the paper as some sort of mind f***, even though that is likely what it is. Like Mulder, I want to believe. I just can't anymore, and especially when it doesn't make any sense.

According to the chief, authorities were investigating whether the youth had purchased the cyanide on the Internet. No toxic material had become airborne during its handling, Ryan said.

Officials also said later in the evening that there was no danger to the public.

And never was.

Stunned neighbors stood on an adjacent street Friday evening as police and the hazmat team processed the scene....

And you can't argue with the presence of a hazmat team, can you? 


I suppose I wouldn't think such things had I not seen this:

Multiple DOD Linked Drills In Boston Begin September 10th For 14 Days - Heads Up America As Entire East Coast Goes Hot