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FBI Knew Boston Bombing Suspects Long Before ‘Main Event’

21st Century Wire says…

The one year anniversary of the Boston Bombing is fast approaching, and sadly, the American public are no closer to learning what really happened on the day, and in the aftermath of ‘The Main Event’.

Since the two Tsarnaev brothers were announced by the FBI as their “prime suspects” in the Boston Bombing which occurred on Monday April 15th, 2013, every major US media network and government agency have assumed that the said suspects are guilty – based solely a single photograph claiming to place them as fleeing the scene of the alleged bombing.

The most disturbing fact in the FBI’s Tsarnaev Brothers (photo, above) storyline, is that only hours before the fugitive brothers’ photos were thrust into the media by the FBI, two other ‘suspects’ were being pursued, and are believed to have been killed following that manhunt. The first two names which were announced as suspects – who police were in pursuit of, were Mike Mulugeta, reported as shot dead, and missing student Sunil Tripathi, whose body was reported to have been found dead, floating face down days later in a pond near Providence, Rhode Island.

With both Mulugeta and Tripathi out of the frame, the FBI introduced the Tsarnaev brothers’ pictures to the world. Interestingly, Tripathi was reported missing and appeared on an official FBI persons list from March 16th, which coincidentally followed a series of bomb explosions between Providence, RI and Boston taking place on March 12th. To date, authorities have not explained any of these facts – all of which are pivotal in any real investigation of what happened at last year’s Boston Marathon.

The FBI’s narrative fell apart the minute they released the photos of Tamerlan Tsarnaev and brother Dzhokhar. The FBI then insisted that ‘no other suspects should be considered – these are the men we’re looking for now’. Here’s the obvious kicker though: the FBI claimed to not to know the names of the brothers in the photos as it asked the public for ‘any information relating to these two new faces’.

Despite a wall of denial and evasion, some smarter elements of the media discovered that not only did the FBI know who BOTH brothers were, but elder Tamerlan had already been recruited by the agency, most likely as an informant (his file is likely classified, meaning the public are not allowed to know the real story), and although he is not alive to tell his side of the story – he was most likely working for either the FBI or another agency in that capacity. This explains why Tamerlan traveled overseas to attend the “American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus”, in the summer of 2012 – an event that was organised by the Jamestown Foundation – another known CIA front, which is part of a vast network “controlled by Freedom House (George Soros) and linked to the CIA” according to Voltaire Network.

If that sounds suspicious, that’s because it is – and the FBI cannot plead ignorance or incompetence regarding these glaring facts of the case it claims to have investigated.

In light of this fact, then, far from being a “terrorist”, Tamerlan Tsarnaev would actually fall under the category of Patriot – working for the US government.

Considering the latest court room revelations in the trial of Dzhokhar, it doesn’t require a genius to work out that the two brothers were both patsies placed at the scene in a ‘drill gone live‘…

Did FBI Try to Recruit Boston Bomber Tsarnaev as Spy?

Mark Piggot

IB Times

A defence attorney for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who faces the death penalty if convicted of carrying out the bombings at the Boston Marathon in 2013, claims the FBI attempted to recruit his older brother Tamerlan to spy on Muslims and the Chechen community in the city.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, who was shot dead after allegedly carrying out the attacks, in which three people died, has also been linked to a gruesome triple murder in the city which took place on 11 September, 2011 – ten years to the day after the deadly terror attacks on New York and Washington.

BOTH DEAD: Ibragim Todashev (l) and Tamerlan Tsarnaev (WFTV/Reuters)

The bodies of apartment owner Brendan Mess, 25, Erik Weissman, 31, and Raphael Teken, 37, were found in a Waltham, Boston apartment on 12 September 2011, their throats slashed, bodies placed face down and covered with marijuana and thousands of dollars in cash.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a close friend of Mess, visiting the Waltham apartment regularly. The two men also worked out at the Wai Kru mixed martial arts gym. Despite his name being mentioned by several friends during interviews he was never questioned – and never attended the funeral or memorial service.

Following Tsarnaev’s death, an FBI agent went to interview his friend Ibragim Todashev in Florida. Todashev also knew Mess and trained at the same gym. When asked about the killings in Waltham he apparently implicated Tsarnaev but then tried to attack the agent with a metal pole and was shot dead. The FBI agent responsible has been cleared of any wrong-doing.

Now journalists in the US are asking how much information the FBI had about Tsarnaev and his murky past and whether the FBI might even have prevented the bombings taking place had they followed up leads about Tsarnaev earlier.

Dzhokhar’s defence attorney filed a court motion on Friday which said: “We base this on information from our client’s family and other sources that the FBI made more than one visit to talk with (Tamerlan’s parents) and Tamerlan, questioned Tamerlan about his internet searches, and asked him to be an informant.”

However in a statement the FBI rejected the claims, saying there was “no evidence that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was solicited by the government to be an informant.”

READ MORE BOSTON BOMBING NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Boston Bombing Files



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