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The Boston Globe Front Page is the front page of what appears to be the last print edition of the Boston Globe newspaper before the Boston Globe massacre, whose headline says "In the aftermath of Americas bloodiest day", referring to the previous D.C. attacks. Its printing process can be seen as being stopped at the time, which means the edition wasn't published any more due to the mass execution in the press building[1].

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In the aftermath of Americas bloodiest day - BOSTON POLICE – As the attack’s death tolls continue to climb, the magnitude of the catastrophe remains uncertain. Across the nation, people with friends and family in Washington D.C. are still in the dark about the status of those they know in the area. “I don’t know what to do” says Rachel Baptiste, an Ashmont mother of two whose husband was in D.C. for business during the attacks and is still missing. “It doesn’t feel like it’s ever going to be normal again. I can’t move forward without knowing my husband is alive.”

In response to the tragedy, religious groups of all affiliations have been gathering all around the country. “Prayer is so essential after a tragedy of this scale,” says Pastor Frederick Yage. “It is the only thing tying our ravaged communities together.” Atheists and zealots alike turned out in droves for these prayer vigils hosted all across the country Sunday night.

Leaders of the prominent religious group Sons of Jacob have called for empathy and unity in this troubled time. Sons of Jacob chapters throughout the nation have raised millions of dollars for the families of victims involved in the tragedy. It only remains now to speak of ecclesiastical principalities, touching which all difficulties prior to getting possession, because they are acquired [?] by capacity or good fortune. Photo caption: People are comforting each other and coming together after this latest attack on the nation showing our collective resolve.

National Crisis as government struggles to recover WASHINGTON – A state of national emergency has been declared after the most devastating terror attack in American history, which wiped out the White House, Congress and the Supreme Court. The President was pronounced dead at Georgetown University Hospital on Saturday after sustaining fatal gunshot wounds to the chest and shoulder.

Citizens have been under martial law since late last week. Both the Constitution and congressional proceedings have [cut off][…] soon as possible and restore the country to its state as one of the world’s premier democratic world powers.

Very little information is available about how long the country will be under lockdown, but authorities say they are still gathering information about the attacks and the motives of the terrorists involved.

“It is unclear who is leading the country in the wake of the attack which has decimated most of Capital Hill”.

Photo caption: Civil servants say the government will continue to function.

[…] the Speaker of the House, Congress, and almost all cabinet members. “We just don’t know who to turn to,” says William Knightley, congressional staffer and the only surviving member of Congress, “Who’s in charge?”

The second story then cuts off and has some random filler text down to a quote that says “Mandatory prayer instituted in all areas[…]”.

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  1. Episode 2.2, "Unwomen (TV Episode)"
  2. published at [1], image location [2]
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