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Wednesday, April 24, 2013


CNN reports:

The surviving suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has indicated to investigators that it was his brother, not any international terrorist group, who conceived the attack, a U.S. government source said.

The source said preliminary interviews with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev suggest the brothers were self-radicalized jihadists.

We comment:  

Possibly so, but let's hope the feds retain a videotape of all Tsarnaev's statements.

This assertion may be part of a pattern of decoupling the Tsarnaev's from some intelligence operation gone awry. The administration "line" is that there is no evidence of a link to a terrorist organization. President Obama's decision to try Tsarnaev in civilian court sounds laudable, but the White House has declared that Tsarnaev is not an enemy combatant.

That is, the White House already "knows" that he was not part of a terror group, and this "knowledge" permits the administration to shield the CIA, FBI and Homeland Security, to some extent.

These actions are quite reminiscent of the behavior of the administration during the Benghazi affair. The propaganda deception in that case was orchestrated by John O. Brennan. 

As an aside, we note that a CIA insider, former Director James Woolsey, is promoting the no-terror line.

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