Was 1775 “Battle of Lexington” a False Flag?

James Perloff — henrymakow.com Oct 26, 2013

1775 depictions show Americans being slaughtered. No one is even firing back. Click to enlarge

I grew up in Lexington, Massachusetts, where on April 19, 1775, a force of British redcoats, on their way to Concord to confiscate rebel munitions, encountered a small force of militiamen.  Suddenly, “the shot heard round the world” was fired.  In the ensuing skirmish, eight colonists were killed, and nine wounded.  The British suffered one wounded.  This was a causus bellum for the American Revolution.

But, was “the shot heard round the world” a false flag like 9-11, a pretext for war?
As explained in detail my online article The Secrets Buried at Lexington Green, Americans were deceived. It was proclaimed everywhere that the British had committed an unprovoked massacre in Lexington.  The truth is individuals in concealed locations fired on the British first.

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