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WHAT WE KNOW NOW about the Boston Bombing…

By Micah David Naziri

This is the sort of article that i honestly wish i did not have to take the time to write. That is, i wish that responsible journalism was not a thing of the past (insofar as it ever existed in the media); i wish that the masses were more critical in their approach to the media and law enforcement claims. In what follows, i will tell you nothing new, nothing that has not been documented already, but just ignored by the national and international media. i will tell you things which you should already know about the Boston Marathon Bombing case, but in most cases do not…

Disheveled, waking up Saturday morning, and listening to the news, i heard the police scanner recording of what purported to be a “gun fight” between young Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, allegedly armed with a slain MIT cop’s select-fire (i.e. “fully automatic”) M4, and law enforcement… The funny thing was, however, i couldn’t hear any incoming fire, just lots of brass being thrown out from the cops’ direction. i made a quick recording of my observations, all of which turned out to be confirmed within a week.

This surviving Boston bombing suspect — the one who was captured near his alleged boat-side confession, who entered the hospital in critical condition only to speak a single word at his bedside hearing, then was transferred to a prison hospital — has recovered enough to move about and speak freely, enough so that he’s calling his mother to NOW proclaim his total innocence and that of his deceased brother.

It would have been nice to hear what his brother had to say, but after being arrested – while we were told that he was run over by his assault-rifle wielding younger brother (who, as it turns out, was unarmed) – he died with a gaping wound the size of a hatchet blade to his rib cage. Those familiar with ballistics will recognize this as a signature of a near point-blank .223 gun shot. His face, of course, was covered with bruises, suggesting that he took a serious beating that was focused on his face, rather than dying from having been run over by a vehicle.

The Associated Press interviewed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, on Thursday afternoon, and she recalled a recent conversation with her son: “He didn’t hold back his emotions either, as if he were screaming to the whole world: What is this? What’s happening?” The younger Tsarnaev, she explains, is very confused: “I could just feel that he was being driven crazy by the unfairness that happened to us, that they killed our innocent Tamerlan,” said the mother. She has maintained that both of her sons are innocent since Dzhokhar’s identification and subsequent capture, something which Dzhokhar says as well. Aren’t they, after all, supposed to be presumed innocent until proven guilty?

Earlier this month, however, multiple sources reported that Tsarnaev scrawled a confession on the interior of the boat in which investigators found him. Nevertheless, this sounds about as credible as the claim that Muhammad Atta’s “confession letter” was miraculously found on the streets of New York City, amongst the dust and debris of the World Trade Center. You do remember that this is part of the official 9.11 story, right?

CBS’s John Miller reported that Tsarnaev’s alleged note would be used in court against Tsarnaev, who faces charges of using a weapon of mass destruction and maliciously destroying property resulting in death:

The note, scrawled with a pen on the interior wall of the cabin, said the bombings were retribution for what the U.S. did to Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq, and called the Boston victims collateral damage in the way Muslims have been in the U.S.-driven wars. When you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims, the note added.

 

Perhaps. But perhaps not. It sounds a little to convenient for this armed, then unarmed, near-fatally wounded youth, who was essentially passed out from blood loss to scrawl, with pen, such a lengthy note… on the wall of a boat no less.

Meanwhile, on Were three Jewish friends of Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Ibragim Todashev murdered by Muslim extremists, or did the FBI just execute an innocent man?” which noted the following:

Something’s rotten in Denmark… or Orlando, Florida that is… A man being questioned in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings was shot and killed in Florida by an FBI agent, just as the man was supposedly about to admit his role in a triple murder… at least according to ABC News which seems uninterested in criticizing the FBI’s claims about their powers of clairvoyance and prescience… “about to admit his role in a triple murder.” How exactly did the FBI determine what Ibragim Todashev and Khusen Taramov were “about” to say, before they killed Todashev? For some reason, no one is asking that question…

 

Now, 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. And to top that off, FBI Agents Who Arrested Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have MYSTERIOUSLY DIED in fall from helicopter off Virginia Coast

This article offers no theories. There are theories that i have, to be sure… But this is not an article that states conspiracy “theories” about who did or didn’t do what in relation to the Boston Bombing. What it does present is a series of anomalies, and evidence of numerous cover-ups. What really happened, remains to be seen, but it seems increasingly unlikely that it will be even remotely close to the official story.

2 Comments on "WHAT WE KNOW NOW about the Boston Bombing…"

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  1. Bruce Bethany says:

    It’s important to know that John Miller, who reported that
    Dzhokhar scrawled a confession on the boat in pitch darkness, was a high-ranking spokesman for the FBI
    some time ago.

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