Boston Bombers Claim To Have Been Contacted By FBI Before Attack

In a newly released FBI interview, Tamerlan Tsarnaev claims he was approached by four mysterious men claiming to be FBI agents before the Boston attacks, corroborating earlier statements by his mother.
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    MINNEAPOLIS – Four years ago, much of the United States watched in horror as the annual Boston Marathon became the site of a terror attack – an attack that claimed three lives, injured more than 260 people, and captivated the news cycle for months. Much of the subsequent news coverage focused on the Tsarnaev brothers, the alleged culprits, and their apparent connection to Islamist extremism – leading some to label the tragedy as an act of “Islamic terror” and resulting in a new wave of Islamophobic incidents.

    While the Tsarnaev brothers were Muslims, a newly released interview made public by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has revealed the eldest Tsarnaev brother and alleged “mastermind,” Tamerlan Tsarnaev, denied having any Islamic extremist views. In the 2011 interview, Tsarnaev told investigators that he felt “respect for all religions,” arguing that “any religion makes your life feel better.” He also said that he had never read Islamic extremist material on the internet, had never traveled to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj, and didn’t even have other Muslim friends.

    Not only that, but the interview also details four mysterious men – who claimed to be from the FBI – had contacted him. Tsarnaev told investigators that he had been approached by four young and handsome men in suits who said they wanted to speak with Tamerlan. They had told Tsarnaev that they would return the following day, though they failed to do so.



    This aspect of the interview corroborates previous testimony given by the Tsarnaev’s mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, who said that her sons had been “set up” as the FBI had been following them and monitoring their entire family for years.

    In 2013, she told RT:

    “They [FBI agents] used to come [to our] home, they used to talk to me…they were telling me that he [the older Tamerlan] was really an extremist leader and that they were afraid of him. They told me whatever information he is getting, he gets from these extremist sites… they were controlling him, they were controlling his every step…and now they say that this is a terrorist act! Never ever is this true, my sons are innocent!”

    If the Tsarnaev brothers were the victims of FBI entrapment gone awry – a possibility that this latest interview seems to suggest – it certainly wouldn’t be the first time that the agency had done so, not by any means. For example, in 2010, the FBI spent months offering encouragement, support and money to 19-year-old Somali-American Mohamed Osman Mohamud, then convincing him to detonate a bomb at a crowded Christmas event in Portland, Oregon, only to arrest him at the last moment and celebrate the success of their “counter-terrorism efforts.” Then, a year later, the FBI yet again saved the United States from its own manufactured terrorist plot by arresting 26-year-old American citizen Rezwan Ferdaus after spending months providing him with plans and materials to attack the Pentagon, U.S. troops in Iraq, and the Capitol Building using “remote-controlled” and explosive-ridden model airplanes.

    Indeed, very few terrorist plots busted by the FBI actually involve the agency’s uncovering of an actual plot already under way and then infiltrating to stop it. Instead, the pattern – as noted by journalist Glenn Greenwald – has been seeking out young Muslims who “they think harbor animosity toward the U.S. and who therefore can be induced to launch an attack despite having never taken even a single step toward doing so before the FBI targeted them.”

    As noted by journalist Trevor Aaronson in an extensive piece on the matter, the FBI has adopted this “proactive” approach in order to justify the billions of dollars it spends every year “fighting terrorists.” The result has been the creation of a network of more than 15,000 informants who infiltrate Muslim communities to create false terror plots – a dangerous policy carried out just so the bureau can claim it is “winning” the war on terror. Seeing as the war on terror – by design – can never be won, the entrapment and creation of “terrorists” to justify increasingly burgeoning defense and counter-terrorism budgets seems like it will continue to be FBI policy for years to come.

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    • tapatio

      It would really be nice if SOMEBODY were to investigate the EXECUTION of Ibragim Todashev, the Tsarnaev friend in Florida who was killed by EIGHT FBI, US Marshalls and local cops at the end of a several hour long interrogation at his home. The FBI claim that Todashev drew a knife was beyond ludicrous.

      Exactly what did Todashev know that could never be allowed to become public???

      • Wags

        And also, any other people who could have been witnesses for Dzhokhar, were either arrested, deported, or like Todashev, murdered.

        • tapatio

          In all probability.

    • USAMNESIA

      A comment on the Citizens From Legitimate Government website:

      These false-flag operations are concrete evidence of deeply
      malicious and

      dangerous private networks operating from within the depths of the
      national

      security state, which serves as the ‘muscle’ for the corporate
      elite.

      These attacks were all designed to terrorize the community and to

      pave the way for new authoritarian legislation. All bore
      characteristics of a

      sophisticated, well-executed operation carried out with military
      precision by

      professionals likely working for a covert section of the
      military/intelligence

      community or a private contractor (Craft International, Blackwater,
      Booz

      Allen Hamilton). All were attributed to men whose level of
      professionalism

      is far below what was required.

      Many of these men had ties to the U.S. Military and U.S.
      Intelligence.

      Most ended up dead, while the exceptions sat meekly in the
      interrogation

      room, under the control of the intelligence agencies, and, then, the
      courtroom,

      as a show trial (the verdict already decided by the media) ensured
      they would

      never be heard from again.

      There are virtually always additional suspects (professionals) who
      are

      initially reported and seen by eyewitnesses but who disappear from
      all official

      reports. There is little evidence connecting the accused to the
      crime, and

      they are usually simply a decoy who is maneuvered into the wrong
      place at

      the wrong time.

      There is nearly always a training exercise running shortly before,
      during,

      or scheduled for after the “attack.” It always eerily mirrors what
      reportedly

      happened. Using a training exercise to provide “cover” for
      preparations or

      execution of a covert operation is an age-old technique of military
      deception.

      The information flow is often heavily manipulated for the purpose of

      ensuring that damaging information is suppressed and to maximize the

      propaganda. The latter is accomplished through the airing of fake
      interviews,

      with actors posing as witnesses, authorities and grievers. It also
      often involves

      airing fake video footage or photographs of the event. This requires
      the full

      collaboration of the mainstream media and those few corporations
      that own it.

      What all of this represents is a full-scale psychological warfare
      campaign

      against the international public. It is designed to sew fear
      throughout the

      community, thus resulting in submission to authority. It is a
      “strategy of

      tension” that has been in operation for quite some time now.

    • Troll “Abu Amreeki_Troll” Da_M

      I can confirm the fact that the FBI has used ordinary civilians to help monitor American Muslim communities, I was employed by the FBI three 2015_2016, I was one of the confidential sources that entangled Emanuel Lutchman into a charge of supporting ISIS,and several others including most recent eddie schimenti from Illinois, and several others ,duties include taking screen shots of there Facebook and other social media accounts,talking to the targets on IM and encrypted apps like telegram, and meeting with my handler once a week, things got so serious that I found myself talking to Emanuel Lutchmans ISIS contact Abu Issa Amriki and reporting the comms to my special agent in charge of me, ultimately setting up a package of phones and laptops to be sent to Syria that had tracking and listening devices inside of them,which led to a air strike that killed both Issa and his wife Umm amriki. And I am dam proud of what I did ,cause every last one of my targets were guilty as guilty could be.

    • Boeser Wolf

      Problem – reaction – solution

    • GALT

      yeah, it’s hard to have a war on terror when the “terrorists” won’t co-operate….sometimes
      job security requires a little “creativity”…….as Michael Korda explains in his book, Power:
      How to get it. How to use it. You can get ahead by “creating” the problem….then solving
      it. When you combine this with the “reality” that the “solutions” to actual problems, usually
      end up creating other problems that were not anticipated, the picture slowly begins to
      form that “humans” are not all that bright to begin with, and the “specialized insects” are
      so narrowly focused they couldn’t fight their way out of a paper bag, because they have
      no clue they are confined in one.

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    • Wags

      This case was extremely interesting to me from the start and I followed everything on it. Something was not adding up from the start. I followed all the News Twitter feeds of the trial of young Dzhokhar as well.
      Some of the reasons why I think these boys did not do it:

      Their uncle Ruslan was connected the CIA analyst Graham Fuller, who has been operating in the Caucasus region for over 20 years. Ruslan was married to his daughter. So, the family had ties to begin with, with USA agencies.

      FBI Head Robert Mueller, who stepped down not long after Boston, had to go before a congressional hearing and openly admitted after being prodded, that the FBI knew about Tamerlan well before the 2013 events.

      The Aunt of the boys, who lives in the Caucasus region, wrote an editorial for a Chechyan newspaper stating that JUDY CLARKE and the other Attorney for Dzhokhar, came to their regions and interviewed family. They admitted that Dzhokhar was innocent but stated they were up against a lot of Higher ups who wanted a guilty verdict on the boy, so Judy Clarke wanted to play the game that he was guilty but get him off by blaming the older brother.
      The family did NOT want Clarke, but was basically selected by the Justice department to defend the boy. So, the boy was basically prosecuted and defended by the US Government.

      Also, there is no evidence of the boys killing Sean Collier.

      Also, some of the agents in the shoot out were lying on the stand.

      The guy that was “kidnapped” was going to Northeastern, and his story is also suspect. It was more likely he was with them as part of a set-up to capture the boys. There is no reason they would have been driving around in Watertown, unless they were meeting with someone. They were obviously set up as patsies.

      There were so many inconsistencies.

      The Boston Globe had hired Commenters on all the related articles about the Tsarnaev case. Most were calling for his execution and guilt. It was so nasty on those comment boards. After he was sentenced to Death, all those commenters disappeared. Further articles, about the case had much less negative commenters.

      • TeeJae

        I, too, followed the story closely back then. And I, too, didn’t think things added up. Too many holes. Too many unanswered questions. Too much that just didn’t make any sense.

        After all the false flags we’ve seen since, I suspect this was yet another one.

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