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April 18 2013
It took no less than 30 minutes after the Boston Marathon bombings, before conspiracy theories started wildly circulating around the Internet. From the totally absurd to the suspiciously plausible, here's our wrap up of the most popular theories being thrown around.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who runs the websites InfoWars and PrisonPlanet, launched the first shot across the bow with a sympathetic and skeptical Tweet ending with the hash tag "falseflag." The term originates from the days of naval warfare when ships would fly different national flags to subvert or escape enemy vessels.
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