According to testimony by a SWAT team member, somehow, Dzhokhar’s throat was slit open. Since this could not have been the result of pressure cooker bombs (there were none), the only possibility is that someone in that SWAT team or other mercenary-like individual actually cup open his throat. That would make sense; it would be an attempt to incapacitate him, that is his ability to speak, since he would surely demand his innocence. He would also be able to bear witness to the events that night, contradicting entirely all that was falsely portrayed: and he would be the only legitimate eyewitness remaining in view of the murder of his brother, Tamerlan. Regarding the secretive elements behind the Boston hoax watch this carefully. It would appear that Anonpyrates have caught the culprits red-handed, as demonstrated by their facial expression. In this video numerous hostile ones who are behind this hoax have been reveal ... Read more »
By Joan Vennochi | Globe Columnist
The FBI has a lot of explaining to do about what happened in an Orlando apartment five weeks after the Marathon bombing.
But the questions begin in Boston. The April 15 attack occurred in the heart of the city, and the Boston area was home to bombing suspects Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his brother, Dzhokhar. The FBI investigated Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011 and then lost track of him, allowing him to travel in and out of the country and plan his deadly mission.
A former district attorney, Democratic Representative William R. Keating, said he understands law enforcement’s quest to protect sensitive information. But there’s a way to be transparent and accountable without compromising a criminal investigation, said Keating, who sits on the House Homeland Secu ... Read more »
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ARSEN MOLLAYEV | Associated Press
MAKHACHKALA, Russia — The parents of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects say American investigators have once again come to their home in the southern Russian province of Dagestan to talk to them about their elder son.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev spent six months in Dagestan last year, and investigators have been trying to determine whether he was influenced or trained by local Islamic militants.
His mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, told The Associated Press that the Americans questioned her and her ex-husband on Wednesday and Thursday. She said the questions have remained focused on who could have influenced their son in Russia.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed in a police shootout days after the April 15 attack, and his brother was injured. Later that month, a team of U.S. investigators trav ... Read more »
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By Annie Linskey & Prashant Gopal - Jun 10, 2013 10:50 AM ET
Heda Umarova first encountered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones while scouring the Internet to understand how her friend Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went from free-wheeling student to terrorism suspect.
Umarova, a 21-year-old Chechen native from Chelsea, Massachusetts, found logic and comfort in Jones, who uses his 17 hours of weekly radio broadcasts and a sprawling online empire to advance the idea that the U.S. government played a part in the April 15 explosions that killed three and injured more than 260 at the Boston Marathon.
"A lot of it is ‘Oh my god, he is crazy,’ but a lot of stuff he says make sense,” said Umarova, who grew up knowing the Tsarnaev family. "He brings up a lot of valid points.”
She and others obsessed by the violence have coalesced around Jones, 39, expanding the reach of a man wh ... Read more »
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has supporters who have been sending him money while he’s locked away in Fort Devens.
Since Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was identified, arrested, and ultimately imprisoned, for allegedly setting off explosives along the marathon route with his older brother, Tamerlan, countless conspiracy websites, Twitter accounts, and Facebook pages claiming his innocence have sprouted up online.
People have even gone as far as setting up a bank account for the suspect—and depositing money into the account for him on a regular basis.
Experts say this behavior, which includes fan websites created by young girls fawning over the long-haired, baby-faced bombing suspect, is being expressed like never before. "Convicted offenders get a lot of fan letters, proposals for marriage, and support—there is nothing unique about that. But the Internet is l ... Read more »
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