Carlos Arredondo – don’t know what to make of this info

Remember Boston’s “hero” in the cowboy hat? I came across this today: Why did the anti-war activist, Carlos Arredondo participate in the Boston Bombing false flag?

Carlos Arredondo obviously played an acting role in the Boston Bombing False Flag, but why?  This is a father who fell apart after losing his son in Iraq and came away as an anti-war activist.

From Wikipedia:

Alexander Brian Arredondo (born Carlos Luis de Los Ángeles Arredondo Piedra August 25, 1960) is a Costa Rican-American peace activist and an American Red Cross volunteer. He became an anti war activist after his 20-year-old eldest son Lance Corporal Alexander Arredondo died in action during Iraq War in 2004

It seems Carlos received news of his son’s death while celebrating his own 44th birthday. When the Marines who brought the news refused to leave, “he climbed in the Marines’ van and splashed himself with gasoline. A propane torch he had brought inside was lit accidentally, Arredondo said.” He received burns on 26% of his body. The Wikipedia article also states: “Arredondo and his wife Melida both spent time as inpatient psychiatric patients.”

From a article:

“My husband almost killed himself in grief,” his wife says. “The day [the Marines] came to tell us Alex was dead, he poured gasoline all over himself and all over the inside of [their] car and lit it on fire. He survived … physically.”

This is Melida Arredondo:

Melida Arrendondo

In 2011, Carlos’ 2nd son committed suicide, “after battling depression and drug addiction ever since his brother’s death.”

There is quite a bit of interesting information in the Wikipedia article, including this:

He saw Jeff Bauman, missing both of his legs and losing blood rapidly, he knew Jeff needed help the most. Arredondo lifted Bauman and put him into a wheelchair, and when the fabric used as a tourniquet kept getting caught in its wheels he held it (this was initially mistaken for Arredondo pinching Bauman’s femoral artery shut).

This photo was included in the post I originally mentioned:

Carlos Arredondo IHRIG Productions

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From the comments section of BMan’s Revolt:

Believe it or not, I’ve actually met Mr. Arredondo in person. He had a tent set up next to the Code Pink tent which was protesting the war in Sept. ’07. He seemed like a sweet, sincere, very passionate man, but also someone who was driven by his compulsions. He kind of corralled me into his tent and had me read the last letter his son sent him from Iraq. Imagine the type of guy you meet at a party or a bar who has such a miserable story and seems so desperate to be heard you’d feel like a total jerk to get away from him, but he has absolutely no clue you don’t want to listen to his life story at the moment. I got the feeling he wasn’t quite playing with a full deck and it wouldn’t surprise me at all if he were a victim of mind control or something. Here’s a video of him to show you what I mean.

Posted by Jody Paulson | April 27, 2013, 11:15 am

As I said, I’m not sure what to make of all this. Right now, it’s just another piece of the puzzle.

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