Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Boston Marathon:Police Shoot Police!,Slain MIT Police Sean Collier had 'Terrorist' Boxing Gym Connection

Boston Marathon:Police Shoot Police!,Slain MIT Police Sean Collier had 'Terrorist' Boxing Gym Connection

  1. MIT Hoax Uncovered: Richard Donahue Busted as a ... - NODISINFO
    May 18, 2013 – A fake to the most extreme degree Richard Donahue has told nothing but great lies about his involvement or role in the Boston Marathon hoax.

  1. James Tracy: The Boston Marathon Bombing's Inflated ... - NODISINFO
    May 12, 2013 – “Only two patients wounded in the Boston Marathon bombings remained in ... Richard H. Donohue Jr. 33, Woburn, Severe injury, ...
  2. More Evidence of Jewish Terrorist Involvement in the Boston ...
    Apr 29, 2013 – Note: does not independently confirm the findings of its... they were headed to the US to aid in Boston Marathon bombing investigation. ....His colleague, Richard Donohue, was also shot and critically injured ...

  1. Boston bomb suspect: Commissioner Ed Davis says Dzhokhar ...
    Apr 21, 2013 – Sean Collier, an MIT police officer, was shot multiple times while in his... Fire power: About 200 rounds were fired during the shootout in a matter of five-tenminutes ... confrontation with the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing. Richard H. Donahue, 33, a transit police officer was seriously injured ...

      Apr 23, 2013 – Boston police officer who was shot and wounded during a firefight with the marathon bombing suspects lost all of his own ... It's not clear whether Donohueknew at the time that the MIT officer whom the suspects had shot ...

Apparently Boston police officer Richard Donohue,a close friend of MIT police officer  Sean Collier,( who was alledgedly shot and killed by the evil Tsarnaev brothers),was shot in the groin so gravely by his fellow officers' 'friendly fire' that he developed amnesia !
Well those two elite FBI officers who were also there with him on that fateful night want be able to help him jog it because they ,uh, just both happened to fall out of a helicopter during a 'training' accident and died.I wonder why the FBI doesn't take a hint from circus trapeze performances and provide their officers in training with a safety net ?

Two FBI Agents In Boston Marathon Bomber Case Fall Out of Helicopter and Die

Slain MIT officer was 'murdered for his gun' after he was 'ambushed by Boston Marathon bombing suspects'

  •  By Daily Mail Reporter and Associated Press  PUBLISHED: 03:20 GMT, 24 April 2013
  • Sean Collier was allegedly executed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects as he sat in his patrol car on Friday morning
  • Collier, 27, laid to rest at St Patrick's Church in Stoneham, Massachusetts
  • Officer Collier had volunteered at the same boxing gym where Tamerlan Tsarnaev had trained as a fighter
  • The MIT police officer who was executed in his patrol car on Friday morning was drawn into a trap by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects - who killed him for his gun - it has been claimed. Sean Collier, 27, died from multiple gunshot wounds in the early morning hours of Friday as he responded to a noise complaint.
    The motivation for that murder was at first unclear, but police now believe that the suspects shot him in order to steal his gun.
    CBS News reported that Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were armed with just one gun and a pellet gun, and may have been looking to broaden their arsenal.
    The network reported that the brothers' efforts to take Collier's gun were unsuccessful because he had a locking system in his holster.
    Less than an hour later, police caught up with the suspects, engaging them in a wild shootout in which Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed.
    His brother Dzhokhar managed to escape, but was caught on Friday evening as he hid in a boat in a Watertown backyard.................
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    MBTA officer hangs tough in recovery from shooting

    After Watertown ordeal, Richard “Dic” Donohue making progress

    MBTA Transit Police Officer Richard Donohue
    MBTA Transit Police Officer Richard Donohue stretched his legs at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.
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Officer Richard “Dic” Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police remembers almost nothing of the night he was shot during chaotic gunfire on a normally quiet Watertown street, or of the murder of his close friend, MIT police Officer Sean Collier, hours before in Cambridge.
But on Sunday, about a month after he was seriously wounded, Donohue, looking relaxed, sat next to his wife, Kim, in the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital gym overlooking the harbor and the Boston skyline.
“This afternoon I’m feeling pretty decent,” he said with a smile. “I’m moving around on crutches a fair bit; the pain’s not too bad. I’m getting stronger and healthier by the day. It’s a good feeling.”
Donohue, 33, iced his leg, his crutches nearby, as he spoke about the pain he suffers from nerve damage.
“I’m definitely not 100 percent, and I definitely have nights where I don’t sleep well; I sleep a couple hours here and there,” said Donohue. “[I’m] working through it and working around it with the doctors and physical therapists and trying to move forward.”
In the early morning of April 19, Donohue was called to the scene of the shoot-out in Watertown, where more than 300 shots were exchanged between police and the bombing suspects, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
He was struck in the right groin area by a bullet that severed his femoral artery and caused profuse bleeding. The bullet is still inside him.
“I’m getting stronger and healthier by the day,” said Donohue, shown with his wife, Kim.
“I’m getting stronger and healthier by the day,” said Donohue, shown with his wife, Kim.
Donohue was rushed to Mount Auburn Hospital, where he was operated on and monitored until he was moved to the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown on Thursday.
“He had severe blood loss,” said Kim, 31. “A doctor came and told me he barely had a drop left by the time they got to him.”
Donohue said he cannot recall much from the night Collier was shot and the subsequent shoot-out. When he woke up in Mount Auburn Hospital, he did not understand why he was there.
“I wasn’t shot,” Donohue responded when Kim and his brother told him what had happened.
In disbelief, he turned to medical personnel and received the same answer: Yes, you were shot. Only later did he realize how serious his situation was.
Family and friends kept him from watching television news to protect him from learning more about the bombings until he was ready.
They also did not want him to find out from TV about the death of Collier, with whom he graduated from the police academy. During the interview Sunday, Donohue wore a “Collier Strong” bracelet around his wrist.
“It was a lot of information for someone in that type of pain to process,” said Kim.
Slowly, memories began to return.
He remembered eating lunch in Cleveland Circle the day of the Boston Marathon.
“That was the first thing I remembered,” he said. “Then I started piecing things back together . . . up until the day when I was shot. The last thing I remember was being at roll call [on April 18] and talking to somebody there.”
Later that night, Donohue was at Collier’s murder scene, despite the night being a blank to him.
“I had already been to Sean’s scene; there’s videotape of me being there,” he said. “I had made text messages and phone calls that I looked at a couple days later, but I don’t physically recall being there. . . . It could all come back tonight, tomorrow, a year from now, but as of right now it’s all a blackout.”
Collier is still very much on the Donohues’ minds. Kim said she felt him watching over them when her husband was wounded.
“He was there that night saying, ‘Hey, I don’t need a friend up here right now with me,’ ” she said. “I feel like Sean’s really been watching Dic through the entire thing. . . . We talk about Sean every day and we think about Sean every day and that will probably never change for us.”
The shoot-out is still under investigation, but the Globe has reported that multiple eyewitnesses said Donohue was hit by another officer.
“If it was friendly fire, it was friendly fire,” Donohue said. “We got the job done and the other suspect got captured shortly thereafter, so I’m just happy with that. It doesn’t bother me.”.........


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    May 19, 2013 – Officer Richard “Dic” Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police sat smiling next to ... in the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital gym overlooking the harbor. ... the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects and nearly died of his injuries. ... from the night MIT Police Office Sean Collier was shot in Cambridge and the ...

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  6. 7News sits down with recovering Officer Donohue - Boston News ...
    May 19, 2013 – BOSTON -- The transit officer who was shot during the manhunt for the ... Donohue is recovering at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown after being involved in a gun battle with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. ... Officer Donohue's friend, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, was killed the ...

  7. Correction: Boston Marathon-Injured Officer story › Tamerlan Tsarnaev
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    May 18, 2013 – ... in honor of slain Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Sean Collier. Authorities say Collier was killed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. Friends say Collier had many passions in life, from the outdoors, ... Donohue was transferred to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston on ...

  9. Wounded Boston police officer MBTA Dic Donohue | Facebook
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  10. Injured MBTA Officer to Wave Flag at Bruins Playoff Game ...
    22 hours ago – Winchester native and injured MBTA Officer Richard Donohue Jr. ... Sean (Collier), the first wave of that flag will be for you." Collier, a friend of Richard's and a MBTA officer, was killed allegedly by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects while on duty. Richard Donohue, 33, of Woburn, remains at Spaulding ...

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