Obtaining accurate information in the first hour after an attack, such as what happened in Boston on Monday, is about as useless as getting in your car and going to find out what happened yourself. Fog of war reporting is almost always inaccurate to some degree and can actually be detrimental to the investigation. In the moments after, you can tell with your own two eyes about as much as the media knows and most will find they are woefully inept at armchair terrorism analysis. 

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