Saturday, 20 April 2013

Boston Bombing: 'They Were Set Up, FBI Followed Them for Years' - Tsarnaevs' Mother to RT

Grief-stricken at the latest developments in the case, Zubeidat expressed her dismay at the allegations, recounting Dzhokhar’s life in the US and talking of his status among his peers and friends: he was an honors student, loved by many of his friends and teachers. And his older brother Tamerlan was a star athlete and student, whose ambition was to one day appear on the US Olympic wrestling team.

But her biggest suspicion surrounding the case was the constant FBI surveillance she said her family was subjected to over the years. She is surprised that having been so stringent with the entire family, the FBI had no idea the sons were supposedly planning a terrorist act.

Even if they did comit terrorist acts there is definitely the possibility that FBI knew about it beforehand and may have helped them. There is a long history of the FBI creating and supporting domestic terrorist activities. If they used grenades, reportedly in the street fighting, where did they source them from?

Related News:

Boston Bombing Suspect Arrested

Israeli False-Flaggers Flown in for Boston Shoot-Out?
Update: The authorities now claim the Boston bombing suspects are Chechnyan Muslims. How odd! The US and Israel are allies of the Chechnyan Muslims in their fight against Russia. In fact, the US and Israel create and fund Chechyan “al-Qaeda” cells to conduct terror attacks against Russia.

So maybe these suspects are the usual al-CIA-duh patsies. And maybe Israeli “terror experts”were flown to the US to oversee the framing of the Muslim patsies.

The Terrorists Have Been Identified

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, April 20th, 2013.]


steven andresen said...


I heard on the NBC sports talk radio show I listen to...that the suspects had no message, they had no plan, they did not try to escape after the bombing,...that they seemed to think they could go on living in the city of Boston after they did these murders...This is what the sports talk guy said. I have no idea where he got this except it seems to be what he picked up from the NBC news people.

When I listen to this it makes me think that maybe the reason they seemed so stupid about what to do after commiting murder was because they did not do it.

I am curious to know what evidence the police had that tied the bombings to these kids. Apparently, there were two other guys also suspected of being the bombers because they were caught on photos with backpacks. Fortunately for them, they reported to the police and were exonerated.

I wonder whether the suspects killed and captured were given any opportunity to explain themselves before they were attacked by the police.

I was told that the older brother died in a gunfight. What about that story? Did the older brother return fire?

I was also told that these guys were chucking pipe bombs out a car window during their escape attempt.

If, let's say, these guys were the bombers...weren't there others? There were more than two bombs...I was told. I also heard there were others being held, two woman and another man.

If also, let's say, the FBI was known to have been watching these boys, the mother claims, then why would the boys figure they could get away with any kind of violent or criminal act? Wouldn't the fact that they were being watched intimidate them?

I was also told the suspect will be tried as a criminal murderer and not as a combatant. Won't the defense be able to find out about all photos submitted to the Boston police and ...I think I've seen many photos of other suspicious looking people hanging out in the crowd looking like they are planting bombs. Won't there be a good case that there are many other possible suspects so there was a reasonable doubt that the guy they got was the real bomber...?


steven andresen said...


Isn't the point of watching them, and letting them know that they are being watched just to intimidate them?


SpookyOne said...


We really don't have many details about what happened. Some of the info we've been told seems confusing, especially after we are told that it is wrong.

They said they threw pipebombs and there was a shootout. Now I am seeing a headline on NBC that only one police officer was involved in the killing of the first suspect.

I know residents heard gunfire. Who was shooting? Was there explosions?

Plus if the FBI was in anyway connected to this case I would strongly suspect some kind of set up. Did the FBI ask these kids to take part in a bomb drill?

Luckily there are a heap of online investigators, some good some probably not so good, collecting every news item and report on this case.

Hopefully more material comes to light that will clear things up. I know reserchers like Corbett and Dawson will provide very rational analysis on what we do and do not know. will have some level of technical analysis - either from Rivero or posted there from some other source. Even RT might pitch in with some analysis - the Breaking the Set show is 'pro-conspiracy' and is not afraid to ask questions.

Stay tuned.