Fri Apr 19, 2013, 11:16 PM
Paul E Ester (952 posts)
Who's behind the Boston Bombing?
The boys spent six months in Russia. While there, they were targeted/recruited by the FSB. They are payback for secret US support of Islamic rebels in the Caucasus. This explains their no-value shock target and lack of a post attack plan.
A real Chechen militant would have attacked a Russian target like the Russian Embassy in the US or their UN mission, not some random American crowd. After all, what has the USA ever done to harm the Chechen Jihadist, besides support them. Compare our relations with the Chechen people to that meted out to by their murderous enemy, Vladimir Putin and the Russians who almost wiped the Chechen peoples off the planet.
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Who's behind the Boston Bombing? (Original post)
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Response to Paul E Ester (Original post)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 05:36 AM
jakeXT (10,499 posts)
1. So the organization known to create patsies and provide explosives tells us what to look for.
FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers said the images released publicly by the FBI were “the only photos that should be officially relied upon in this investigation.”
Inside the Terror Factory
Award-winning journalist Trevor Aaronson digs deep into the FBI’s massive efforts to create fake terrorist plots.
Federal officials say they are protecting Americans with these operations—but from whom? Real terrorists, or dupes like Nafis, who appear unlikely to have the capacity for terrorism were it not for FBI agents providing the opportunity and means?
Nafis is one of more than 150 men since 9/11 who have been caught in FBI terrorism stings, some of whom have received 25 years or more in prison. In these cases, the FBI uses one of its more than 15,000 registered informants—many of them criminals, others trying to stay in the country following immigration violations—to identify potential terrorists. It then provides the means necessary for these would-be terrorists to move forward with a plot—in some cases even planting specific ideas for attacks. The FBI now spends $3 billion on counterterrorism annually, the largest portion of its budget. Our nation's top law enforcement agency, traditionally focused on investigating crimes after they occur, now operates more as an intelligence organization that tries to preempt crimes before they occur. But how many of these would-be terrorists would have acted were it not for an FBI agent provocateur helping them? Is it possible that the FBI is creating the very enemy we fear?
Those are the questions I set out to explore beginning in 2010. With the help of a research assistant, I built a database of more than 500 terrorism prosecutions since 9/11, looking closely and critically at every terrorism case brought into federal courts during the past decade. We pored through thousands of pages of court records, and found that nearly half of all terrorism cases since 9/11 involved informants, many of them paid as much as $100,000 per assignment by the FBI. At the time of the story's publication in Mother Jones in August 2011, 49 defendants had participated in plots led by an FBI agent provocateur, and that number has continued to rise since.
Response to Paul E Ester (Original post)
Sat Apr 20, 2013, 05:57 PM
tiny elvis (979 posts)
2. t tsarnaev's mother said
he was controlled by fbi because 'he was a leader'
some think he lead his brother
fbi acknowledged minimal contact with tsarnaev
tsarnaev publicly complained about some things, but not about the fbi
russian gov probably suspects all chechens
what is the offensive diplomatic value of anonymous payback?
russian gov is more likely to want to end popular american indifference to or sympathy for chechnya
with the biased assumption that chechens are easy to hate
false flag bombs were tried in russia
they seem completely unnecessary among even bigger real terror attacks
especially since the ff attacks backfired, creating rightful, grim suspicion of the gov
what is the evidence of secret usa support of islamic rebels against russia?
nothing is obvious yet