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Das Boston Marathon Bombing vier Jahre später
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Übersetzung:https://www.theblogcat.de/%C3%BCbersetzu...n-bombing/

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http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/04/15/boston-marathon-bombing-four-years/
Das Boston Marathon Bombing vier Jahre später
 
von Paul Craig Roberts, 15.04.2017
 
Heute, am 15. April 2017, ist der vierte Jahrestag des Boston Marathon Bombing, einem Verarschungsereignis, das von Krisenschauspielern und vielsagend hellrotem Hollywood-Blut veranstaltet wurde. Sheila Casey hat einen bei der Aufdeckung der Verarschung einen guten Job gemacht, nur unter Verwendung der Zeitlinie und Fotos des Ereignisses:
 
False Flag-Theater: Das Boston Bombing beinhaltet eindeutig inszeniertes Gemetzel“
 
https://truthandshadows.wordpress.com/2013/05/08/false-flag-theatre-boston-bombing-involves-clearly-staged-carnage/
 
Eine Anzahl von Behörden unterhält Trainingsprogramme, in denen Amputierte als Krisenschauspieler arbeiten, mit aufgesteckten Prothesen, die wie die Überreste eines Beins oder Arms wirken. Casey untersucht das Boston-Ereignis mit einer Zeitlinie. Zuerst werden die Krisenschauspieler zusammengestellt. Dann wird die Prothese befestigt. Dann erscheint das Blut.
 
Betrachten Sie dass Foto des „Miracle Man“, der auf der Seite liegt und sich an seinen linken Oberschenkel greift, wo angeblich unterhalb des Knies etwas Gerades herausschaut. Das sieht nicht wie ein Unterschenkelknochen aus. Darüber hinaus wäre eine Person mit einer so schweren Verletzung nicht bei Bewusstsein und mit Sicherheit würde er nicht von den Helfern ignoriert werden, die sich hier Menschen mit weniger schweren Verletzungen zuwenden. Beachten Sie auch die hellrote Farbe von dem was Blut sein soll. Viele Chirurgen und Traumatherapeuten haben bezeugt, dass Blut aus Verletzungen dunkelrot ist.
 
Sheila Casey begleitet Sie durch die Verarschung. Ich bin überzeugt, dass die beiden einzigen Opfer des Boston Marathon Bombing die hereingelegten Tsarnaev-Brüder waren. Der ältere Bruder wurde in Gefangenschaft ermordet. Der jüngere Bruder sollte auch bei der angeblichen Schießerei mit der Polizei getötet werden, aber die Operation wurde versaut. Der jüngere Bruder überlebte eine zweite Schießerei mit der Polizei. Er wurde in Gewahrsam genommen, von der Außenwelt isoliert und man gab ihm einen Anwalt, der bei seiner Verurteilung mithalf. Er wartet jetzt auf seine Hinrichtung, da seine Gnadengesuche abgelehnt wurden. Nicht einer hat seine Sichtweise erfahren. Wir haben nur angebliche Geständnisse, einschließlich eines, das angeblich mit seinem eigenen Blut in völliger Dunkelheit geschrieben wurde, als er blutend unter einem Boot lag wo man ihn fand und auf ihn schoss.
 
John Remington Graham hat dem Gericht Beweise vorgelegt die die Unschuld des jüngeren Bruders beweisen. Siehe:
 
http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/08/17/fbi-evidence-proves-innocence-accused-boston-marathon-bomber-dzhokhar-tsarnaev/
 
Man muss schon extrem leichtgläubig und unaufmerksam sein um die offizielle Geschichte zu glauben. Aber so sind die meisten Amerikaner.
 
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Es gab Opfer, mindestens eine Tote (Krystle Campbell) und zahlreiche Verletzte, darunter viele, denen ein Bein amputiert werden musste. Da muss ich Paul Craig Roberts widersprechen. Allerdings gab es wohl auch Schauspieler. Boston war ein sogenannter Hybrid-false-flag-Angriff.
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Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Terrorist. Murderer. Federal Informant?

By Michele McPhee | Boston Magazine | April 2017

Not long after Tamerlan Tsarnaev bombed the Boston Marathon, investigative reporter Michele McPhee went looking for answers. What she discovered, detailed in this exclusive excerpt from her new book, Maximum Harm, might just change how you think about our government and law enforcement forever.

As darkness descended over the village of Utamysh, Russia, one mid-July night in 2012, international soldiers, intelligence agents, and local police made their way inside a convoy of covered troop carriers to a carefully hidden encampment. They even brought a light-armored tank, knowing the men inside were heavily armed.
The hideout, a small farmhouse, was home to seven mujahideen, guerrilla fighters who had all vowed to bring sharia law back to Russia’s Northern Caucasus. They flew their own nationalist flag and consistently referred to Russian authorities as “invaders.” Two of the men, however, Islam and Arsen Magomedov, were more than mere guerrilla insurgents: They were notorious terrorists and commanders of the region’s most brutal criminal gangs. In all, they were suspected of orchestrating dozens of murders and deadly bombings of police checkpoints, civilian-filled trains, and Russian Federation television stations. Next to the Magomedovs stood five other men who ranged in age from 25 to 35, budding jihadists who had very few prospects when they left their families other than to go, as they said, “into the forests” to train. After a long day, the men went to bed—completely unaware that just outside the tiny village, under the cover of night, forces were preparing a raid that would level their camp.
Russian Interior Ministry counterterrorism troops wanted to move in without being seen by the prying eyes of Utamysh villagers, so they evacuated some women and children living near the camp. Not everyone in the Muslim village supported the continuing carnage in their region, but most distrusted Russian Federation law enforcement officials. As in most military operations, the soldiers moved silently as they carefully checked their guns and grenades, switched the safeties off their automatic weapons, and even loaded a small rocket-propelled grenade. They wore combat gear, and not for aesthetic reasons. Inside the hideout were some of the most violent men in the Northern Caucasus, an area that has long been among the most volatile and lawless places in the world. At that time, it was not unusual for a Russian police officer to be assassinated weekly. The insurgents inside the Utamysh compound had been trained to believe that the Russians were invaders who—like pigs—deserved nothing less than slaughter, and had been taught that there was no greater honor than to die taking a Russian out.
When the radicals heard the sound of dried dirt and rocks being crushed under the weight of the tank and the troop movers carrying the enemy to their front door, according to a video that was later released by the Russian Interior Ministry, the mujahideen grabbed their own guns, prayed that Allah would give them strength in battle, and fired.
Tracer rounds and bombs lit up the village for hours. When the sun rose over the mountains on July 14, 2012, all seven of the Islamic militants were dead. The Russians photographed their slain bodies lying in the scrubby grass as proof of their deaths.
The camp was a smoldering shell. Cars belonging to the insurgents were still burning. The walls of the farmhouse were pitted with gunfire, and its windows had all been blown out. Russian Federation counterterrorism coalition forces also lost a man: an officer with the Russian Interior Ministry. Three other Russian agents had been wounded.
As the farmhouse continued to fume, while militants mourned and the Russian Interior Ministry prepared to bury its dead agent, one man left the region, somehow paying 2,050 euros for a one-way Aeroflot ticket from Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow to John F. Kennedy International Airport, and then to Logan airport on July 17, 2012. His name was Tamerlan Tsarnaev, a Russian expat whose entire family fled the region a decade earlier for Cambridge, Massachusetts, telling United States immigration officials that they would be killed because of their political affiliations if they ever returned home.
It remains unclear how the unemployed 25-year-old on welfare paid for the flight or exactly what he spent his time in Russia doing, or for whom. Less than a year later, he and his younger brother, Dzhokhar, carried out the Boston Marathon bombings, an act of terror so immense it would paralyze the entire city. Tamerlan would die on April 19, 2013, not long after a wild firefight with police and a high-speed chase in a stolen SUV driven by Dzhokhar, who fled the shootout and prompted a nearly daylong manhunt before being captured.
When Dzhokhar’s trial started nearly two years later, his famed death-penalty defense attorney, Judy Clarke, startled court spectators when she flat-out admitted her client was guilty of the bombings. At one point, she pointed to a photo of older brother Tamerlan and explained, “There’s little that occurred the week of April the 15th…that we dispute.” But what about in the months and years before that?
Much is murky about Tamerlan’s life leading up to the deadly attack on Boylston Street. Four years after the blasts, his case, at first blush, seems to be an extreme cautionary tale about the shortcomings of the overbloated war on terror, its divided attentions rendering actual terrorists invisible. But upon closer inspection, a strange picture starts to emerge—one that counterterrorism experts and law enforcement officials have suggested points to Tamerlan having been a federal informant who went rogue.
During Dzhokhar’s trial, his defense attorneys raised provocative questions about the FBI’s mysterious involvement with Tamerlan. Had agents pressured him to be an informant? And if so, did that pressure play a role in the bombings? “We base this on information from our client’s family and other sources that the FBI made more than one visit to talk with [Tamerlan’s parents] Anzor, Zubeidat and Tamerlan, questioned Tamerlan about his internet searches, and asked him to be an informant, reporting on the Chechen and Muslim community,” Dzhokhar’s lawyers stated in court records. “We further have reason to believe that Tamerlan misinterpreted the visits and discussions with the FBI as pressure and that they amounted to a stressor that increased his paranoia and distress. We do not suggest that these contacts are to be blamed and have no evidence to suggest that they were improper, but rather view them as an important part of the story of Tamerlan’s decline. Since Tamerlan is dead, the government is the source of corroboration that these visits did in fact occur and of what was said during them.”
The FBI denies that Tamerlan was their informant, but to this day those questions have not been answered. What is the bureau trying to hide?
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weiter hier:http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/artic...i4GCIT0.03
 
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Unschuldsbeweise entlasten auch den angeblichen Täter, welcher durch das FBI getötet wurde

John Remington Graham vertritt die Interessen der in Russland lebenden und ebenfalls den Rechtsanwaltsberuf ausübenden Tante des fälschlicherweise in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika beschuldigten jüngeren Tsarnaev-Bruders Dzhokhar, dessen älterer Bruder durch das FBI getötet wurde.

Graham konnte eindeutig nachweisen, dass die eigens durch das FBI vorgelegten Beweise unmissverständlich darüber Aufschluss gegeben haben, dass Dzhokhar Tsarnaev unschuldig war, was ebenfalls bedeutet, dass sein älterer Bruder ebenfalls keine Straftat begangen hat. Es zeichnet sich immer konturierter ab, dass es so etwas wie ein Boston Marathon Bombing nie in jener Weise gegeben hat, wie es in der amerikanischen Öffentlichkeit propagiert wurde.

Quelle: cashkurs.com
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