​Glenn Beck conspiracy theory: What’s his evidence?

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April 25, 2013
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Glenn Beck believes that there’s a government conspiracy to the Boston Marathon bombing. The conservative radio host has provided further details about the conspiracy and government cover-up.

The radio host elaborates on new evidence about the Saudi national that he claims is a third Boston bombing suspect. On the program, Beck says the individual was interviewed for over nine hours while his roommates were also questioned.

Beck says he has “about 10 sources” as well as revealing the cover page of the event file created for Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi. According to Beck, Alharbi’s file states he was not fully vetted before receiving his visa. The radio host said Alharbi was given a “special advisory option,” which is a designation given to visiting political officials or diplomats.

The radio host read from Alharbi’s event file which Beck claims not only reveals the individual was not vetted properly but Alharbi already had a terrorist activity file created prior to entering America and the man should have never been allowed in the country.  The event describes Alharbi as “armed and dangerous” and was also included in the “no-fly” list.

Beck goes on to explain the very dangerous nature of revealing the information and said his sources were also facing threats as “the government is playing for keeps.”

On Teusday, Napolitano was speaking at a Senate hearing on immigration when Senator Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, questioned her about the Saudi national that was initially considered a suspect in the Boston bombing, reports the Blaze. Sen. Grassley wanted to know how the individual, a student, managed to get a visa despite being on a terrorist watch list.

Sen. Grassley asked, “With regard to the Saudi student, was he on a watchlist, and if so, how did he obtain a student visa?,” to which Napolitano responded the individual was not on a terrorist watch list when he obtained a student visa.

Napolitano describes the situation as an unfortunate circumstance, describing it as “wrong place at the wrong time,” where the Saudi national just happened to be near the Boston bombing and being interviewed led the individual to be placed on the watch list. Once the interview was completed, the watch list status on the Saudi student was removed.

On Monday, Glenn Beck revealed the government conspiracy surrounding the Boston bombing and its two suspects, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, and a Saudi national the conservative radio host said was a third suspect.