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June 26, 2013
For four weeks, Hussain Al-Kwawahir, was jailed in the custody of the U.S. government.
Then, without explanation or notice to his attorney, Al-Kwawahir was released and put on a flight out of Detroit Metro Airport earlier this month to Saudia Arabia via Paris.
His attorney, James C. Howarth, who was hired by a New York firm, he suspects under the guide of the Saudi Arabian Consulate, said he didn't know the "highly unsubstantiated" charges against his client were dropped until after Al-Kwawahir was airborne.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents arrested Al-Kwawahir, a married father of three, after questioning him about an item in his ... Read more »
Views: 295 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-26 | Comments (0)

June 26, 2013

BOSTON (CBS) — Accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may never stand trial in the bombings that killed three people and injured hundreds.

Appearing at the WBZ Business Breakfast Wednesday, John Miller, CBS Senior News Correspondent and former FBI Assistant Director said if the case does go to trial it will take at least a year.

"You have an individual who is photographed at the scene of the bombings by numerous security cameras, who has allegedly written a manifesto that amounts to a confession on the inside wall of the boat where he is eventually captured,” Miller said.

Before any court dates are set, Miller says the defense and prosecution will be preparing and discussing whether it’s worth going to trial or try to reach a plea deal.

"Those discussions will be based on how much information he is ready to provide the government,” Miller ... Read more »
Views: 398 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-26 | Comments (0)

Stella Tremblay, the New Hapshire legislator, expressing her doubt in the Boston Marathon bombing - case, saying it was an "inside - job". Last Thursday has resigned.
Views: 468 | Added by: TsarnaevTruth | Date: 2013-06-25 | Comments (2)

On May 17, 2013, the Judge in the Boston bombing case of defendant Dzokhar Tsarnaev issued an order denying a motion filed under seal in which the defense asked to take periodic photographs of Dzhokhar (Jahar) at Devens Medical Facility to be able to document his evolving physical and emotional state. The court declined to interfere with BOP policy which disallows visitors to have cameras on security grounds. It ruled that the staff at the prison can take the photos which will be shared with both parties (not just the defense.) Here is the Court's order, referencing the motion which was filed under seal as Docket Number 29. The order also refers to a response the Government filed under seal.

Looking at the docket, it appears that there have been many motions filed under seal, because so many numbers are missing. Instead of listing the docket number with a descriptive notation like "Motion to Suppress, ... Read more »
Views: 326 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-25 | Comments (0)

Amid the swirl of mysteries surrounding the alleged Boston bombers, one fact, barely touched upon in the mainstream U.S. media, stands out: There is a strong possibility that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older of the two brothers, was a double agent, perhaps recruited by the FBI. 

If Tsarnaev was a double agent, he would be just one of thousands of young people coerced by the FBI, as the price for settling a minor legal problem, into a dangerous career as an informant. 

That he was so coerced is the easiest explanation for two seemingly incompatible incidents in his life: 

The first is that he returned to Russia in 2012, ostensibly to renew his Russian passport so he could file an application for US citizenship. 

The second is that Tsarnaev then jeopardized his citizenship application with conspicuous, provocative -- almost theatrical -- behavior that seemed more c ... Read more »
Views: 349 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-25 | Comments (0)


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger Boston marathon bombing suspect, will appear in court in just over two weeks. In Dagestan, the Russian republic where the brothers lived before emigrating to the US, few believe he is guilty. But an Islamist insurgency has been under way for years here - and it's all too easy for young men to become radicalised.

In a bare apartment in an unfinished block in Makhachkala, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva is poring over pictures on a laptop. The four still images revolve on a loop. Tsarnaeva rocks gently, waving her hand at the faces on the screen.

"Look at him," she implores. "Look how he loves life, he loves children. This is my Dzhokhar."

She is speaking of her younger son, who is in custody in the US, awaiting his first court appearance on 10 July for his alleged role in the Boston bombings. His older brot ... Read more »

Views: 395 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-24 | Comments (0)


Have you missed any details of this case?
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Views: 611 | Added by: TsarnaevTruth | Date: 2013-06-24 | Comments (1)

April 19th photos of the two suspects were releades by the Law Enforcement requesting the public to identify and locate the suspects.They were later identified by the Law Enforcement, who later admitted that they knew Tamerlan prior to this and had been in contact with him for 3 years, at least.

***Why did they request our help, when they already knew them?***

Among the items recovered were pieces of black nylon, which came from the backpack found (in which they claim the pressure cooker was), meaning that the alleged bombers must have carried that in their backpacks. Normally pressure cooker bombs weigh at least 20 lbs (10 kilo) each, these weighed 88-90 lbs (41 kg). Countinously FBI claims ... Read more »
Views: 1542 | Added by: TsarnaevTruth | Date: 2013-06-23 | Comments (0)

The government filed formal charges against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon last week. He is charged with use of a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property resulting in death, and could face the death penalty.
The legal proceedings in Tsarnaev’s case are likely to be lengthy and complex. Here’s a guide to a few of the issues that may come up, or already have.
What happened April 22, 2013? Tsarnaev was arraigned before a magistrate judge. (Find transcript in All4Jahar documents.) The judge informed Tsarnaev of the charges against him, told him the potential penalties, and found that the ... Read more »
Views: 347 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-22 | Comments (1)

All The Bothers of Existing

I happen to have the most advantageous friendship with an independent journalist (who requested that I kept him anonymous) who is covering every minute of the case and has gotten the nitty-gritty on all things Tsarnaev through reliable connections (how reliable? Idk). He has even been in contact with a handful of people who knew the Tsarnaevs and were willing to disclose any information that they knew about any of the members.
Two former classmates of Jahar are on the list of people he has successfully received a reply from, one of which, happened to type a 5-page letter on her experience.
Hungry for any morsel of information, I garnered up the courage to make him a request. And after a pitiful series of coaxing, begging, and kis ... Read more »
Views: 869 | Added by: freejahar | Date: 2013-06-21 | Comments (4)

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