By Ed Ward MD
|"The director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
and Museum says that a 3 p.m. fire inside the building's mechanical room
was not caused by a device and is apparently not related to the explosions
at the Boston Marathon finish line. (Note: 3 pm)
Tom Putnam, the director of the JFK Library, said that the incident was confined to a mechanical room near the archive section of the library." http://www.dotnews.com/2013/jfk-library-official-fire-not-related-marathon-attack Just fire according to 'the director'. Wonder what archives were burned or 'almost' burned.
At least three explosions hit Boston's John F. Kennedy Library as well Monday afternoon, with Boston's police commissioner saying law enforcement officials were "not certain" if they were related to the blasts at the marathon, though they were "treating them as if they are." Most likely scenario is this is an RT embellishment as confirming articles only indicate 1 bomb exploded and one bomb not exploded at JFK library. http://rt.com/usa/finish-line-marathon-boston-908/
"Police said during a press conference just before 5 p.m. that there was also an explosion at JFK library at roughly 4:30. (Note: 4:30 pm)
Citing a police scanner, Katz tweeted before the press conference that there was an "incendiary device" possible at JFK Library as well as "another device" in front of Boston's luxury Mandarin hotel.
Around 3 p.m., there was a fire inside JFK library that was not related to the explosions at the Boston Marathon, the Dorchester Reporter reported.
Boston Phoenix reporter Chris Faraone tweets a police officer near the finish line said this: "There are secondary devices that have been found and are unexploded."
Ed Ward, MD
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