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FBI War on Boston Witnesses
March 22, 2014
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FBI War on Boston Witnesses
By Dave Lindorff, Russ Baker and Milicent Cranor on Oct 29, 2013

In the six months since the Boston Marathon bombing, the FBI has by all appearances been relentlessly intimidating, punishing, deporting and, in one case, shooting to death, persons connected, sometimes only tangentially, with the alleged bombers.

All of these individuals have something in common: If afforded constitutional protections and treated as witnesses instead of perpetrators, they could potentially help clear up questions about the violence of April 15. And they might also be able to help clarify the methods and extent of the FBI’s recruitment of immigrants and others for undercover work, and how that could relate to the Bureau’s prior relationship with the bombing suspects—a relationship the Bureau has variously hidden or downplayed.

http://whowhatwhy.com/2013/10/29/feds-a ... -friends/#

April 1, 2014
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FBI asked Tsarnaev to work as informant before Boston bombing, defense claims
Published time: March 29, 2014

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the suspected bombers behind the Boston Marathon bombing last year, was approached by the FBI because of his extremist views and asked to work as an informant, according to court records filed by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense team.

The court request said “the FBI made more than one visit to talk with Anzor, Zubeidat [Dzhokhar and Tamerlan’s parents] and Tamerlan, question Tamerlan about his internet searches, and asked him to be an informant, reporting on the Chechen and Muslim community,” as quoted by WBUR Boston.

http://rt.com/usa/fbi-tsarnaev-informan ... mbing-001/

April 12, 2014
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Two people have left the country to escape further harassment. Another has been deported, while a fourth is currently facing deportation; none of them has a criminal record. The bulk of this group were at most friends of a friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev—and apparently didn’t personally know either of the Tsarnaevs.

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Do you know which country did they escape to or deported to and why?

April 23, 2014
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The country they left for or to be deported is Russia. Last April in Russian TV, mother of Tsarnaev claimed Tarmalan was innocent. Now where is her?

Obviously those witnesses' voice are slienced. There is a secret deal between the secret police of US and Russia. The possible payment could be Crimea.

September 29, 2014
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You know I think it's interesting how when the Boston bombings happened it was a really big deal for a couple of days and then nothing. I just saw the other day on the news that they were extending the trial till January I believe in order to fight the death penalty. I know we don't have the death penalty here and for a reason and I know that federal laws out rule our state laws and since this is a federal case they're seeking the death penalty. However I think there's a lot more to what really happened than what the public will ever know. I wish there was a way that civilians could do investigations of their own and present new evidence to the case. Or like I wish I could just pay him a visit (if he's even allowed visitors) and do an interrogation of my own. But I'm sure agents wouldn't leave his side.

September 29, 2014
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There is not war on Boston witnesses. The only mystery is why the family has not all been deported. They are all on welfare, going to college, all had records for shoplifting, and recently one was arrested for threatening someone by telling them she could send someone to bomb her. The immigration department is the only thing in question.

September 29, 2014
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Related to this, 3rd friend who helped with backpack goes on trial.

http://news.yahoo.com/jury-selection-be ... 04555.html

September 30, 2014
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http://news.yahoo.com/tsarnaev-boston-m ... 43802.html

Another link today to his sister, who threatened her ex boyfriends new girlfriend, by telling her she knew people who could put a bomb where she lives. Further, she has some involvement lying to police about counterfeit bills a few years ago. Nice group of people aren't they. Just deport her ASAP.

October 6, 2014
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http://news.yahoo.com/opening-statement ... 07270.html

Defense strategy--Too stoned to lie to the FBI. This is who you think is being treated unfairly. This is who is probably collecting student aid from all the taxpayers to go to school in a Boston College. Whats next a conspiracy theory he was an actor for the CIA?

October 29, 2014
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http://news.yahoo.com/friend-accused-bo ... 01530.html

Friend found guilty of lying to police investigation of Boston Bombing. He could face 16 years in prison, and I would not want to see 1 hour of that off. I would double it, and deport him directly out of here the second he is done.

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