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Massacre in Boston. More questions than answers

Publication time: 21 April 2013, 00:32

Despite the fact that the US government announced the end of its Boston operation against "terrorists" and reported on the actual solving the problem with explosions at the Boston Marathon, more questions than answers emerge every day.

 

The submitted photo clearly shows a man lying on the ground. He stretches out his arms, showing that he has no weapons. This is Tamerlan Tsarnaev who, according to police, not just shot back but gave them a good fighting, throwing homemade bombs at them and firing weapons.




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Meanwhile, it is clear from the photo that Tamerlan Tsarnaev has fulfilled a standard order of the police to lie down on the ground and stretch his arms forward. He has no weapons (the photo taken from this video).

 

In addition, the police still have not shown the weapon with which the murdered elder brother "shot back at the police". No weapon is shown in the case of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, too, although the police claimed that he also had been firing back to the last bullet. Firing back? Where are the weapons, then, dear police?

 

It seems that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was alive when police commanded him to lay down on his stomach, and stretch out his arms. Question - why was he killed?




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Why does the corpse carry such monstrous wounds? Police claims that his younger brother allegedly drove a car over the corpse, breaking through the encirclement, does not explain the wounds of Tamerlan. Such holes in the body cannot be made by a car collision.

There is another question that is not answered. Eyewitnesses reported that two days after the bombings in Boston, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was training in a gym, visited a party and spent the night in the campus of the University of Massachusetts, where he studied.

 

According to Boston Globe, citing eyewitnesses, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev attended a party and looked relaxed. This fact does not fit well into the police image of "the Islamic terrorist".

 

One more question. The mother of the Tsarnaev brothers claimed that the FBI had been spying on Tamerlan over 5 years. How then, didn't the FBI take into account the fact that their "pray" went to an important sporting show with a backpack and how did it happen that the FBI did not notice that the guy was making a bomb? After all, before you set off a bomb, you should at least try it once.

 

And if the Tsarnaevs' mother was not telling the truth, and the FBI didn't spy on her son, why didn't the FBI refute her testimony? 

 

There is still another obvious question with no answer. If Tsarnaev brothers really blew up a bomb, then they probably should have prepared a retreat, money and documents to lay low immediately after the action. The way the brothers behaved suggests that they got to know they were the bombers only from TV news.

 

Why does the FBI urgently classy all information and even photos of a private military unit "The Craft", an analog of the notorious Black Water; the members of which were seen on the bombing site?

 

Some US experts indicate that the Boston bomb attack demonstrate good planning that has been eerily similar to the type of attacks al-Qaeda conducts and appears to be too sophisticated for the brothers who are neither military nor saboteurs, nor experts in the field.

 

And another question: Who benefits most from this whole story even if the bombings were really carried out by the Tsarnaev brothers?

 

The AP, referring to experts, pointed out that "Caucasian connection" in Boston bombings could persuade the United States to work more closely with the terrorist country of Russia (ask the Poles on the subject) in the fight against the "terrible terrorist threat" for the Olympics in Sochi.

 

"The US intelligence agencies would be more interested now in expanding cooperation, which has hardly existed until now", said Andrei Soldatov, a Russian journalist and security expert.

 

"The most important lesson for the United States in this story would be to enhance cooperation with Russia in the fight against terrorism and filling it (partnership) with real content. Given the roots of the current terrorist attack in Boston, the US should be interested in sharing information with the intelligence agencies of the Russian Federation on terrorist groups operating in the North Caucasus and having a network structure in other countries", said the editor-in-chief of a Russian KGB journal "National Defense" Igor Korotchenko to the Russian KGB RIA News.

 

"The US has an excellent technology for satellite reconnaissance and electronic interception, in addition, both the CIA and the FBI have some operational and analytical information on international terrorist groups", the Russian KGB thug Korochenko said.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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