Neither mentiion that the FBI and CIA had every reason in the world to know who the Tsarnaevs were - their uncle had CIA and Dick Cheny Halliburton connections! The older brother was married to Katherine who a very well heeled CIA connected father.Their connections to the elite of America were certainly much greater than mine or probably your are!
Murdoch's WSJ mentions the uncle in passing as doing well in America but doesn't menrtion his strange high level and far right connections at all ! It is in fact a friend of the WSJ writer who, poor fellow, happened to be going top Harvard at the time he met the Tsarnaev's in the hopes of using them for anti-Russian propaganda writing and conveniently his unnamed friend just happenewd to be the slum landlord who rented
them their slum apartment - no doubt because he is a 'bleeding heart libera'l !Ha.
And the Daily Mail goes on and on about thjem bem being drug dealers in Boston and carrying guns around without a bit of evidence as far as I can find.I guess to justify the FBI blowing away their Chechen friend in Florida and thus eliminating a potential witness as usual !And the Daily Mail get this 'information' from the Israelis at The Boston Globe for Gawd's sake !And remember the mother DID NOT dress in conservative Islamic garb while residing in the U.S.,ETC..It would appear the the editors and writers of The Boston Globe have some ' inner demons ' of their own to deal with.Not to mention at the Zionist Daily Mail and the WSJ...........
And of course no mention of the brothers involvenent with anti-Russian pro-Islamic entities in Chechya and Russia either.I think its outrageous the U.S.CIA and FBI and INS or whatever it's called today allows such people in to begin with and it's too bad we can't hold Dick Chenrey's Halliburtonb and all U.S.entities involved rsponsible.They have ALL destroyed our country and are traitors !
Boston Globe investigation reveals Tamerlan and Dzhokhar were ...
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A new report on the family of the two accused Boston Marathon bombers reveals that Tsarnaevs claimed they came to America after the father ...
A new report on the family of the two accused Boston Marathon bombers reveals that Tsarnaevs claimed they came to America after the father was kidnapped and tortured by Russian mobsters who then cut off their dog's head and left it on their doorstep.
After struggling to find a place in America, the older brother Tamerlan turned to conspiracy theories and radical Islam while the younger brother, Dzhokhar started stealing marijuana - earning $1,000 a week and sometimes carrying a gun to protect his stash.
The Boston Globe claims that the Tsarneav brothers appear have been motivated less by Islamist ideology and more by their own personal failings and inner demons - making the April 15 bombings more like the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater than an al-Qaeda terrorist plot.
A Family Terror: The Tsarnaevs and the Boston Bombing
Wall Street Journal-Dec 13, 2013
When I first met Tamerlan Tsarnaev, now familiar as the elder of the two alleged Boston Marathon bombers, he gripped my hand like he was ...
Updated Dec. 13, 2013 11:40 p.m. ET
The Tsarnaevs from top left to right: The father, Anzor; his brother, Ruslan Tsarni; Anzor's wife, Zubeidat; and their sons Tamerlan and Dzhokhar. In the background: the Boston bombing in April and a scene from Grozny in 1995. Photo Illustration by Gluekit; Reuters (Anzor Tsarnaev, Ruslan Tsarni, Boston bombing); Associated Press (Zubeidat Tsarnaev, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev); Agence France-Presse/Getty Images (Grozny); Getty Images (Tamerlan Tsarnaev)
When I first met Tamerlan Tsarnaev, now familiar as the elder of the two alleged Boston Marathon bombers, he gripped my hand like he was wringing out a rag. It was 2004, and Tamerlan had been in the U.S. for about a year, but he already had an outsize American dream. He planned to box for the U.S. Olympic Team one day, and he wanted to earn a degree, perhaps at Harvard or MIT, and to hold a full-time job at the same time, so he could buy a house and a car. I suggested he forget the house and the car during college, as most American students do. He didn't see why he should.
I was on sabbatical that year, taking classes at Harvard on a journalism fellowship, and had wanted to meet some of the refugees from Russia's war to reconquer the breakaway Muslim region of Chechnya. I expected to write about Russia's Islamist insurgency in the future, and I thought some Chechen expatriates might help me with my stories.
A friend told me that his mother had rented an apartment to some Chechens. He drove me to a weather-beaten three-family home crammed between others in a tattered corner of Cambridge, Mass. I was led up a narrow stairway, littered with shoes and slippers, to their third-floor apartment—the start of a relationship that came full circle last April, when I encountered the Tsarnaevs again under very different circumstances.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev emerges from a boat on April 19 in Watertown, Mass., at the time of his capture. The red dot of a rifle laser sight is on his forehead. Massachusetts State Police/Associated Press
A decade ago, there was nothing about the Tsarnaevs to suggest any involvement in Islamist extremism. But they already seemed like "losers," as their successful Americanized uncle told reporters after the attack. They were out of place in the U.S., and my relationship with them developed because they needed so much basic advice about how to get by. I didn't sense impending danger in their household, but looking back, I can see now that I glimpsed a new type of threat to the U.S., one that we have only recently begun to confront.
The father, Anzor, was a lean man with a square jaw who seldom smiled. The mother, Zubeidat, was a wide-eyed rapid talker with a low-cut dress and high heels who waved her arms and teased her black hair like the pop singer Cyndi Lauper. Their two daughters and younger son, Dzhokhar, then 11, greeted me and retreated to a corner of the room.........
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