How the NRA Impeded the Boston Bomber Investigation

If gunpowder was traceable, would the police have been able to find the bombers sooner? (photo: Boston Globe)

The intense hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers illustrates another way that the National Rifle Association helps mass murderers – by delaying how quickly they can be identified.

The inability to quickly track the gunpowders in the Boston bombs is due to government policy designed and promoted by the NRA, which has found a way to transform every massacre associated with weapons into an opportunity for the munitions companies that sustain it to sell more guns, gunpowder and bullets.

The price for such delays was put on terrible display Friday morning when the two brothers, who had been caught on video placing the bombs, killed one police officer, wounded another and carjacked a motorist, creating conditions so unsafe that the 7th largest population center in America spent Friday on lockdown.

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