Introduction — April 26, 2013
In the aftermath Boston bombing U.S. authorities have sunk to new lows; and with them those elements of the mainstream media that do their bidding.
The mother of the two accused Boston bombers has naturally defended her sons, as any mother would and with good reason. For there is every reason to believe that the Tsarnaev brothers have been set up to take the blame for the Boston Marathon bombings.
From photos of The Craft private military personnel only a few feet from the scene of the initial blast, to pictures that show a striking similarity in attire between the older Tsarnaev brother and Craft operatives, to The Craft personnel’s hasty departure only moments before the blasts, there is every reason to suspect the Tsarnaev brothers have been set up.
Not only the Tsarnaev brothers parents and neighbours believe this. A lot of independent commentators on the internet have voiced similar suspicions.
However, the fact that their mother is now the focus of so much corporate media attention and that she is openly expressing these doubts makes her a prime target to discredit.
After all no one else in the employ of the corporate media is voicing such misgivings about the obvious inconsistencies in the charges against the Tsarnaev brothers.
So although U.S. authorities cannot silence her physically, their lackeys in the corporate media can portray Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of the alleged bombers as being of questionable integrity.
So after defending her sons with accusations of U.S. “lies and hypocrisy” she too has become an obvious target to discredit.
As the following report reveals, efforts are underway to link her with the Islamic “radicalism” her sons are now accused of. Toward this end it is now suggested that Zubeidat Tsarnaev helped foster the radicalism in her own sons. That she was a ‘shoplifter’ and that she helped nurture her sons supposed extremism.
All this after she voiced doubts about her sons involvement in the bombings and her belief that they had been set up.
Revealed: Mother of Boston ‘bombers’ was put on CIA terrorist watchlist 18 months before attacks and is now a ‘person of interest’
Daily Mail — April 26, 2013
The mother of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects was put on the CIA terrorist watchlist 18 months before the tragedy, officials said on Friday as lawmakers revealed Zubeidat Tsarnaev is now considered a ‘person of interest’ in the federal investigation into the attack.
Two U.S. lawmakers said that investigators have traveled to Dagestan, Russia, to learn more from close associates who knew the suspects’ mother.
The outspoken mother shot back, saying that claims that she had ties to terrorist activity were ‘lies and hypocrisy.’
In a series of bizarre media interviews, Zubeidat Tsarnaev has staunchly defended her sons Tamerlan and Dzhokhar, who are accused of the terrorist attack on April 15 that left 3 dead and more than 260 injured.
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, 45, has sparked outrage for her incendiary comments to the media and now officials say they are probing her possible involvement in the tragedy.
‘[She (Zubeidat) is a person of interest that we’re looking at to see if she helped radicalize her son, or had contacts with other people or other terrorist groups,’ Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, a Democrat from Maryland, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, said on Friday.
Rep. Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said investigators are looking into whether the mother encouraged her son, Tamerlan, to embrace Islam extremism.
‘The mother in my judgment has a role in his radicalization process in terms of her influence over him (and) fundamental views of Islam,’ the Texas Republican told reporters.
He added that a team of U.S. investigators had traveled to the Chechen region to interview sources who knew the family.
Unnamed officials have also reveled that the CIA asked for the Boston terror suspect and his mother to be added to a terrorist database in the fall of 2011, after the Russian government contacted the agency with concerns that both had become religious militants, according to officials briefed on the investigation.
About six months earlier, the FBI investigated Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, also at Russia’s request, one of the officials said.
The FBI found no ties to terrorism.