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Monday, April 22, 2013


Congressional sources told Beck
Saudi 'terrorist' faced deportation

I am not promoting any theory about what happened. But others have noted a number of peculiarities in relation to the Boston atrocity.

From Beck's web site:

"Monday on radio, Glenn Beck revealed further details about the Saudi national who was the first suspect in the Boston marathon bombing. Despite denials from Janet Napolitano and officials from the U.S. Immigrations and Customs (ICE) that a Saudi national was taken into custody in connection to the Boston marathon bombing, several sources have told TheBlaze that Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi was set to be deported for proven terrorist activity."

Here's a take (edited) from the Trotskyists, who, despite their political agenda, are generally accurate:

"While much remains murky about these and other issues, one thing is clear: the Boston bombing, like virtually every other major terrorist incident, real or invented, since the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York City and Washington, was carried out by someone who was known to and under surveillance by US intelligence agencies.

"There have been increasing questions raised concerning the FBI’s handling of a request from a foreign government, presumed to be Russia, that it investigate Tamerlan Tsarnaev on suspicion of involvement in Islamist terrorism.

"The request came in advance of a six-month visit that Tamerlan made to Russia beginning in January of last year, during which he stayed with his father in Dagestan and visited Chechnya, where several members of the family live.

"In a statement released in the wake of the Boston bombings, the FBI acknowledged that Russian authorities had determined that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a “follower of radical Islam and a strong believer, and that he had changed drastically since 2010 as he prepared to leave the United States for travel to the country’s region to join unspecified underground groups.”

"The FBI said that in response to this request it “checked US government databases and other information to look for such things as derogatory telephone communications, possible use of online sites associated with the promotion of radical activity, associations with other persons of interest, travel history and plans, and education history.”

"The statement concluded that the FBI “did not find any terrorism activity, domestic or foreign, and those results were provided to the foreign government in the summer of 2011.”

"The Russian media has reported that Russian security services again contacted the FBI about Tamerlan Tsarnaev in November of last year.

"Both of the parents of the two suspects have provided accounts of the FBI’s role that contradict the agency’s public statement.

"The mother of the two brothers, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, a naturalized US citizen, told Russia Today that the FBI agents had told her that “Tamerlan was an extremist leader and they were afraid of him. They told me whatever information he is getting, he gets from these extremists’ web sites.”

"The father said that he had been present at one FBI interrogation in which agents had told his son, “We know what sites you are on, we know where you are calling, we know everything about you. Everything.”

"Russian sources reported that both parents had subsequently been questioned by Russia’s Federal Security Service, after which they cut off further contact with the Western media.

"Reports of FBI involvement with Tamerlan Tsarnaev have led to criticism by US lawmakers, including South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who has called for the younger brother to be treated as an “enemy combatant” and turned over to the US military. He said in a Sunday television interview that “the ball was dropped” by the FBI.

"There have been no explanations forthcoming about how 'the ball was dropped.' And without either of the two suspects or anyone else providing a motive for the bombings, much is unclear.

"Among the explanations that have been suggested is one from the Israeli web site Debka, citing 'counterterrorism and intelligence sources,' who it said had concluded that the two brothers were 'recruited by US intelligence as penetration agents' to gain access to jihadist networks in the Russian Caucasus, but then 'turned coat and bit their recruiters'."

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