“.. the government is collecting 320 million records a day from one company alone…” [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuET0kpHoyM&w=420&h=315]
The majority of the biggest terrorist busts in recent years have been conceived of and executed by FBI operatives. (See The New York Times article, Terror Plots, Hatched by the FBI.) An FBI operative and star witness for the state named Emad Salem recorded his conversations with handlers while he was assigned to work with (more…)
It has been clear for some time that Obama and Holder have the surveillance state as their number one priority. In addition to direct action to expand the surveillance state through Holder’s secret NCTC policy, every current policy has data collection elements including the executive orders on gun control, immigration’s eVerify, Obamacare’s database, CISPA, the (more…)
Answer: One. Or none, if you don’t think Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a jihadist and think instead that he was a patsy as his dead friend Ibragim Todashev did.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the dead Boston Marathon Bombing “Suspect #1,” was married to Katherine Russell Tsarnaev, daughter of Yale graduate, Dr. Warren King Russell II. Knowing of Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s CIA connections and that Yale has deep links to the CIA, I wondered if Katherine’s family had any CIA connections itself. I thought perhaps Katherine and Tamerlan’s meeting was not as random as the nightclub story that is part of the official narrative. (How many radical Islamists pick up their future wives at nightclubs?)
Ends up, Katherine’s grandfather, Richard Warren Russell, was not only a Yale graduate as her father was, but was a member of Skull & Bones, the paradoxically well-known secret society. I happen to be reading a book I found through my research into tax exempt foundations following the recent IRS scandal, called America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony Sutton, a Stanford Hoover Institution fellow. In that book, Richard Warren Russell is listed as one of the 15 annual Skull & Bones initiates for the year 1951. In addition, Richard Warren Russell’s obituary lists him as being a member of counter-intelligence for the US Army after graduating from Yale, which is not unlikely given that the connections between Yale and the intelligence community are particularly strong within Skull & Bones. (The Robert DeNiro movie The Good Shepherd highlights these connections.)
On May 22, 2013, the FBI interrogated Ibragim Todashev then shot him six times in the body and one time in the head. The Chechen was being interviewed because of his acquaintanceship with dead Boston bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
As with the other stories surrounding the Boston Marathon Bombing investigation, the story keeps changing. Ibragim Todashev was first reported to have lunged at an FBI agent, then reported to have gone at him with a knife, now is reported as having attacked unarmed. Original reports also had Todashev interviewed in relation to any knowledge he might have of the Boston Marathon Bombings given his acquaintance with Tamerlan Tsarnaev, then in relation to a drug slaying of three in Boston on September 11, 2011, and has finally morphed into the claim by FBI that Todashev had confessed to having committed the triple homicide with Tamerlan Tsarnaev when he lunged at the agent while poised to sign the confession.
Friends and family of Todashev view all elements of this tale as totally untrue, claiming that Todashev was cooperating fully with the FBI, that the FBI was speaking with him solely in connection with the Boston Bombing and that Todashev postponed a long-planned trip to Russia in an effort to fully comply with the FBI’s wishes that he remain for one final interview. His friend and former roommate, Kushen Tamarov, interviewed here, claims that Todashev had a feeling the FBI was going to kill him and he was afraid.
The only indication that Todashev was violent was
The Wall Street Journal published an article last week reporting that Tamerlan Tsaranaev, the dead “Suspect Number 1” in the Boston Marathon Bombing, was in the Caucasus last year unsuccessfully trying to infiltrate an extreme Islamist mosque and attempting to forge a relationship with a rebel group by offering “to act as a financial go-between (more…)
The official narrative of the events of Thursday, April 18, 2013, that led to the death of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the grave injury of Boston Transit Officer Richard Donohue and the wounding and ultimate capture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev raises many questions that remain unanswered.
This is the official story…
Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lured MIT Officer Sean Collier onto campus and shot him five times execution style in his car to take his gun (which ultimately they were unable to remove from his holster) because they only had one hand gun and one pellet gun. This story, however, conflicts with the very clear account by the Watertown Police Chief Ed Deveau that both brothers came out shooting, indicating that they had at least two guns when the firefight in Watertown commenced a short time later. Now, the official story is that only one gun was found at the scene in Watertown, but that new information itself raises a host of questions about the real nature of the “shoot-out,” and of the credibility of Chief Deveau.
After the killing of Officer Collier, the official account continues, Tamerlan Tsarnaev jumped out of an “old sedan,” which was originally reported as a Honda Civic, to hijack a black Mercedes SUV in order to get cash from its driver. The original report of the gas station clerk who gave refuge to the carjacking victim had described him as Caucasian, and as having claimed to be pushed out of his car by hijackers. Later, the carjacking victim was described as Chinese,