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Old 04-20-2013, 07:23 PM
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Talking Thermal Images of Boston Terrorist Hiding In Boat

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"I, and I think all of the law enforcement professionals, are hoping for a host of reasons that the suspect survives, because we have a million questions, and those questions need to be answered. There are parts of the investigation, in terms of information and evidence, that still needs to be run to ground," Massachusetts Governer Patrick said.

Question number 1: WHAT KIND OF BOAT DID YOU HIDE IN????
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I have no idea what type of boat, boating, FLIR is awesome.
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They said it was a Sea Hawk in a news report......Chris Craft

You can clearly see the inboard engine box in the thermals

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Thumbs up Support to replace boat shot up

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Henneberry's boat is reportedly a 22-foot Seahawk cruiser with a fiberglass hull, which retails for around $50,000.
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Looks tippy!!!!
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Heard it had a Chechen 250 Inboard.........must of detonated.
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Here is a pic
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What is best way to fair in bullet holes, would west epoxy system work, on the boat I mean.
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I really like the big blood stain on the fender. Maybe they will question the kid by putting their fingers in the bullet holes. Oh I forgot for a moment we are not some third world country that would revert to pain and torture to get information.
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I count 8 or 9 bullet holes .......
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Now that is a Surveyor's dream!! He can check out the boat from 2000'.
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Looks like his flares are out of date. Wonder if he got a ticket.
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"I, and I think all of the law enforcement professionals, are hoping for a host of reasons that the suspect survives, because we have a million questions, and those questions need to be answered. Massachusetts Governer Patrick said.
I hope he does't invoke his right to remain silent.
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No doubt that's a Performer 24! Built in Richmond, VA in the 80's and early 90's. About as strong a production hull as you could find...bet it stopped a few of those bullets.
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And here is mine...dead giveaways: teak inlay in bow bulpit, windshield, raised coaming around the cockpit, teak covers on the transom vents.
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And here is mine...dead giveaways: teak inlay in bow bulpit, windshield, raised coaming around the cockpit, teak covers on the transom vents.
Reminds me of an older Formula.
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Reminds me of an older Formula.
Yes very similar. They were built off the old Seabird hull/mold.
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I've gotta think this is a great opportunity for a boat manufacturer to reward this man with a free new boat. The publicity/good will would be unprecedented and known by every American. You listening Boston Whaler? (although I have a Grady)

Hope this guy gets made whole and I think donations should be directed at the victims.
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