‘Why did the FBI execute my boy?’ Father of Boston bomber’s friend displays gruesome photos of his son’s corpse showing unarmed man was shot SEVEN times during questioning – including once in the back of the head.
By Micah David Naziri
Last night, after a little late night Tai Chi training outside, i took a moment and summarized “WHAT WE KNOW NOW about the Boston Bombing Case.” If i were to further condense this into an itemized list of anomalies and inconsistencies, it would look something like this:
This morning, the unintended consequences of the trigger-happy fed have increased exponentially. The Political Blind Spot reports on this case, as well as so many others, have been circulating virally. While today, the father of Ibragim Todashev, the UNARMED victim shot by an FBI agent a week ago while being quizzed over his links to the Boston bombers, revealed the extent of his son’s injuries in gruesome photographs of his dead body today. He further noted that his son had been shot not once, not twice, but SEVEN times, INCLUDING TO THE BACK OF THE HEAD.
Ibragim’s father, Abdul-Baki Todashev called for an investigation and possible legal action against the agent involved at a press conference in Moscow. His call for justice came as NEW law enforcement admissions reveal that the 27-year-old native Chechen was UNARMED in the clash with a federal agent in Florida on May 22.
Abdulbaki Todashev says his unarmed son was shot up to seven times including once to back of the head
The father showed images of his son’s bullet-riddled body laying in a Florida morgue
Previous reports had fictitiously claimed the US citizen Ibragim went for the agent with a knife while being interrogated in his home. It is essential bear in mind THREE ESSENTIAL POINTS with regards to this killing:
1. There was no warrant for search or arrest of Ibragim
2. While the FBI claims he had “confessed” there was no witness to this, nor signed confession. He had similarly never been placed under arrest in spite of having supposedly confessed to triple murder.
3. Initial law enforcement and media claims – lies – that Ibragim was armed, have now been confirmed to have been false. As it turns out, FBI officials are NOW admitting that Ibragim was not armed at all, and by this admission, they are essentially, tacitly admitting that he was killed without legal justification.
He had allegedly “become violent” when police quizzed him over links to Tamerlan Tsarnaev and an unsolved 2011 triple homicide but he did not have a knife as previously claimed. In order to use lethal force justifiably, one must be in threat of being killed, or seriously injured themselves. Abstractly having “become violent” quizzed over links” seems dubious in the extreme. If he had indeed “become violent,” that really calls into question the FBI claim that he was compliantly agreeing to sign a confession with no lawyer present, and having not been advised of his Miranda rights, which seems to be a theme in the Boston Bombing case…
Ibragim’s father, Abdul-Baki Todashev summed up his demands for an investigation into the killing: ‘Today I want justice. I want an investigation, so that these people (the FBI) are sued under US laws… These are not FBI agents. These are bandits and they must appear in court.’
Todashev said he had been emailed 16 images of his son’s corpse from a friend in Florida
The father called for justice in the shooting of his son who was a US citizen
‘This is not a shot that you fire when you come under attack. This is a shot you fire to execute someone,’ he said. ‘Couldn’t they just handcuff him? At the very least, they could have wounded him in the foot or shoulder. And here he was – killed execution style,’ he said, noting that he had even been shot in the back of the head.
Abdul-Baki Todashev added that his son must have had information they didn’t want him to reveal, saying simply: ‘They silenced him’.
He now plans to journey to the US to pick up his son’s body and said he had been to the US embassy in Moscow to apply for a visa to do so.
Law enforcement sources told NBC that Todashev and Tsarnaev carried out the 2011 killings when a drug deal that turned violent. The suspects didn’t want the three victims to be able to identify them, so they slit their throats, according to the network. This story, of course, is spurious in the extreme. There is no proof whatsoever of Todashev and Tsarnaev being involved in these deaths, and it could just as easily have been that these individuals were killed by criminal elements involved in the aforementioned drug deal, which had nothing to do with the Chechen friends.
The FBI, however, had questioned Todashev for HOURS, without a warrant or arrest. Then, suddenly, he was supposedly going to sign a confession, but then apparently changed his mind and decided to attack the agent (or JTTF officer?), when the accompanying agent stepped out of the room, leaving Todashev alone with the agent (or officer, as reports variantly indicate).
The FBI had questioned Todashev in the past regarding his ties to Tamerlan Tsarnaev (right). Tsarnaev’s younger brother, Dzhokhar, (left), has been charged in connection with the bombings
Tsarnaev’s mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, confirmed to the New York Times on Wednesday that her older son knew Todashev. In a telephone interview from Dagestan, Tsarnaeva said Todashev moved from Boston to Florida about two years ago. She said she is devastated to learn that he has been killed.
‘Now another boy has left this life,’ she told the newspaper. ‘Why are they killing these children without any trial or investigation?’
So far, there is no answer to that important question…