Through extensive coverage by the alternative news and the vocal concerns of concerned citizens, the blatantly anti-constitutional searches conducted at gunpoint amid the Boston lockdown are breaking through into the international media.
I was happy to join Russia Today’s The Truthseeker to discuss not only the warrantless home searches that openly defied the Fourth Amendment and the entire Constitution at large, but also the introduction of a bill that seeks to regulate gunpowder. Just as was predicted by an anonymous poster before the manhunt for 19-year-old suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev that included a martial law lockdown, Senator Frank Lautenberg quickly introduced a bill seeking to regulate the sale of gunpowder — a substance that has been in use for thousands of years since its 7th century invention.
And it was this information that I broke down and analyzed on The Truthseeker, a program broadcast out to a large portion of the 550 million people around the world who have access to Russia Today.
The gunpowder regulation bill uses the Boston Marathon bombings as a scapegoat to push the bill, which blames gunpowder for the explosions — despite the fact that countless legal substances can be used to create explosives. Explosives that can actually be much more dangerous than those created by gunpowder. This was also discussed in a great piece on the website Reason, in which writer J.D. Tuccille highlights the numerous substances (like flour) that can be used as an ‘explosive’. Products like fertilizer, which is a component of many powerful homemade bombs.
Anthony Gucciardi joins RT's The Truthseeker (http://rt.com/shows/the-truthseeker/) to discuss the Boston home searches conducted at gunpoint by police, the ...