Boston Marathon Bombing

NH State Rep Resigns After Making 'False Flag' Claims About Boston Bombing

Also sold her house


Controversial state Rep. Stella Tremblay, R-Auburn, resigned from the New Hampshire House of Representatives Thursday, moments before lawmakers were poised to pass a two-year, nearly $11 billion budget and a day after she made another allegation the Boston Marathon bombing might have been a government conspiracy. 

Tremblay sent a letter of resignation to the House Speaker's office via certified mail on Thursday. She also sold her house for $410,000 on Monday, according to property records.

Serving in her second term in the House, Tremblay made national headlines in April after she backed up claims the Boston Marathon bombings might have been a government-sponsored "false flag" meant to take away civil liberties.