What we know about the Tsarnaev brothers

What we know about the Tsarnaev brothers

There are 331 comments on the MacLeans story from Apr 19, 2013, titled What we know about the Tsarnaev brothers. In it, MacLeans reports that:

The younger brother, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, is now the subject of a massive manhunt that has shut down the Boston area.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at MacLeans.

Smell This

Castle Rock, CO

#47 Apr 20, 2013
Haiti is a craphole for the same reason Boston Harbor is a craphole.

People.
Real White

Torrance, CA

#48 Apr 21, 2013
Here are some tactics muslims use worldwide to do what they do.

1) Have many kids so that their numbers increase coz in todays world majority wins everywhere especially in democracies.

2)Keep playing the victim card and act like they are oppressed when they are the real oppressors

3) Start probing for weaknesses in other religions and political landscapes and keep pushing that to their faces. For example. brainwashing and conversion of blacks and latinos in the USA similarly the dalits and lower classes in India.

3)Convert infidels through other tactics like money and women. If they refuse then use death threats and blackmail.

4)Unconditional support for their muslim members wherever they are in the world no matter what.

5) Help out the martyrs by other means if you dont have the balls to be one yourself.

6) Lie Lie Lie and manipulate to get what they want....which is Islam domination world over.
Watch out coz this is where its all heading.

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#49 Apr 21, 2013
moonshine wrote:
What Americans know?
Nothing!
"Two Chechnyans from a country called Chechnystan that used to be part of Russia."
LOL
I thought it was part of the Czech republic?

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#50 Apr 21, 2013
moonshine wrote:
Well, the details are now emerging, after CNN's prime security analysts have chimed in. Not only was Chechnyastan formerly part of Russia, according to one radio guru I heard this morning, but CNN just now announces that the younger brother Dzhokhar Dudaev was named after Dzhokhar Dudaev, the first president of the Czech Republic.
Gotta love these idiots. ;-)
LOL!

Czechs: we're not Chechens
http://www.sfgate.com/news/world/article/Czec...

PRAGUE (AP)— A number of comments by Americans on social media mistaking the Czech Republic for the country of origin of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects— ethnic Chechen brothers — prompted the Czech ambassador to the United States to act.

In a statement posted on the embassy Web site, Petr Gandalovic said "the Czech Republic and Chechnya are two very different entities — the Czech Republic is a Central European country; Chechnya is a part of the Russian Federation."

Gandalovic calls it "a most unfortunate misunderstanding," but some responses on Twitter are less diplomatic.

Mirca Sekerova recommends Americans "open a geography book once in a while...stop blaming our country for this."

And Petr Manda commented: "Well done, U.S. education system."

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#51 Apr 21, 2013
LILO wrote:
<quoted text>where did you get this info? Wasn't the youngest ones bomb in forint of that store?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23116...

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/04/mom...

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#53 Apr 21, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
<quoted text>
Nonsense. They arrived in the USA when they were about nine. Products of the Massachusetts Public School System... not Chechen rebels.
About like the kids at Columbine.
It sounds to me like the older one was homesick.

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#54 Apr 21, 2013
U.S. Supported Chechen Terrorists
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/04/u-s-su...

It’s extensively documented that U.S. backing of Al Qaeda led to 9/11, and that the U.S. is the world’s largest sponsor of terror.

Former FBI agent Colleen Rowley – a 2002 Time Person of the Year – points out that the neocons also backed Chechen terrorists as a way to challenge Russia:

Chechen “terrorists” proved useful to the U.S. in keeping pressure on the Russians, much as the Afghan mujahedeen were used in the anti-Soviet war in Afghanistan from 1980 to 1989. In fact, many neocons signed up as Chechnya’s “friends,” including former CIA Director James Woolsey.

For instance, see this 2004 article in the UK Guardian, entitled,“The Chechens’ American friends: The Washington neocons’ commitment to the war on terror evaporates in Chechnya, whose cause they have made their own.”

Author John Laughland wrote:“the leading group which pleads the Chechen cause is the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya (ACPC). The list of the self-styled ‘distinguished Americans’ who are its members is a roll call of the most prominent neoconservatives who so enthusiastically support the ‘war on terror.’

“They include Richard Perle, the notorious Pentagon adviser; Elliott Abrams of Iran-Contra fame; Kenneth Adelman, the former US ambassador to the UN who egged on the invasion of Iraq by predicting it would be ‘a cakewalk’; Midge Decter, biographer of Donald Rumsfeld and a director of the rightwing Heritage Foundation; Frank Gaffney of the militarist Centre for Security Policy; Bruce Jackson, former US military intelligence officer and one-time vice-president of Lockheed Martin, now president of the US Committee on Nato; Michael Ledeen of the American Enterprise Institute, a former admirer of Italian fascism and now a leading proponent of regime change in Iran; and R. James Woolsey, the former CIA director who is one of the leading cheerleaders behind George Bush’s plans to re-model the Muslim world along pro-US lines.”
Ice Pick Justice

Woodbridge, VA

#55 Apr 21, 2013
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
BIG TIME. What are they doing here in the FIRST PLACE??
The few hundred who have found there way here, have now cost US hundreds of MILLIONS of dollars.
Send them ALL BACK, with a ONE WAY ticket.
I'm SO TIRED of importing all of these EVIL REFUGEES who come here and do stupid stuff like this.
THEY made their "bed", now they can lay in it. WE don't "need" them, WE don't WANT THEM, and WE are not any better off by having them in our communities... They did it to themselves, so live with the consequences, and let all of the OTHERS out there know what happens when you take a crap on your "new" country.
They should be here to lick our testicles but Obama gives them handouts
Leo from Rostov-Don

Rostov-on-don, Russia

#56 Apr 21, 2013
-sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>LOL!
Czechs: we're not Chechens
_link_
PRAGUE (AP)— A number of comments by Americans on social media mistaking the Czech Republic for the country of origin of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects— ethnic Chechen brothers — prompted the Czech ambassador to the United States to act.
In a statement posted on the embassy Web site, Petr Gandalovic said "the Czech Republic and Chechnya are two very different entities — the Czech Republic is a Central European country; Chechnya is a part of the Russian Federation."
Gandalovic calls it "a most unfortunate misunderstanding," but some responses on Twitter are less diplomatic.
Mirca Sekerova recommends Americans "open a geography book once in a while...stop blaming our country for this."
And Petr Manda commented: "Well done, U.S. education system."
Yes, but Russian soldiers sometimes called Chechenian also Chehi.(in russian Czechs)
GW Bush

United States

#57 Apr 21, 2013
-sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>I thought it was part of the Czech republic?
Nope, that's Slovenia.
Dana Perino

United States

#58 Apr 21, 2013
Wasn't there some sort of missile crisis in Translovania in the 60's?

“I am a Polak!”

Since: Jul 10

Raritan, NJ

#59 Apr 21, 2013
Leo from Rostov-Don wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, but Russian soldiers sometimes called Chechenian also Chehi.(in russian Czechs)
In Russian maybe but not in English!

“I am a Polak!”

Since: Jul 10

Raritan, NJ

#60 Apr 21, 2013
Not that I speak English very well!

My Slovak friend Pesky had to give me English lessons!

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/poland/TP4PO...
Jihad Watch

United States

#61 Apr 21, 2013
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
BIG TIME. What are they doing here in the FIRST PLACE??
The few hundred who have found there way here, have now cost US hundreds of MILLIONS of dollars.
Send them ALL BACK, with a ONE WAY ticket.
I'm SO TIRED of importing all of these EVIL REFUGEES who come here and do stupid stuff like this.
THEY made their "bed", now they can lay in it. WE don't "need" them, WE don't WANT THEM, and WE are not any better off by having them in our communities... They did it to themselves, so live with the consequences, and let all of the OTHERS out there know what happens when you take a crap on your "new" country.
Washington has a habit of welcoming those troublemakers from foreign lands with whom it has collaborated in destabilizing regions that Washington feels is in its geo-political interests. Boston, Fort Dix, etc. etc. are considered the price one's citizens pay to maintain and expand our footprint in the world. In relaity, just so much 'collateral damage' in the State's view.
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2007 Fort Dix attack plot

The 2007 Fort Dix attack plot involved a group of six radical Islamist men who conspired to stage an attack against U.S. Military personnel stationed at Fort Dix, New Jersey. The alleged goal of the group was to "kill as many soldiers as possible"

Group members:

Dritan Duka (age 28), Shain Duka (26) and Eljvir Duka (23) ethnic Albanians from Debar, then in Yugoslavia, currently the Republic of Macedonia. The Duka family entered the United States illegally through Mexico in October 1984. In 1989, the father Ferik Duka applied for asylum with the Immigration and Naturalization Service and acknowledged the family's illegal entry into the country.

Agron Abdullahu, ethnic Albanian from Kosovo, said to have provided weaponry instruction to the group. He worked at a ShopRite supermarket in Buena Vista Township, New Jersey.

Serdar Tatar, born in Turkey, worked at his father's pizzeria.
Jihad Watch

United States

#62 Apr 21, 2013
-sunshine wrote:
U.S. Supported Chechen Terrorists
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/04/u-s-su...
It’s extensively documented that U.S. backing of Al Qaeda led to 9/11, and that the U.S. is the world’s largest sponsor of terror.
Former FBI agent Colleen Rowley – a 2002 Time Person of the Year – points out that the neocons also backed Chechen terrorists as a way to challenge Russia:
Chechen “terrorists” proved useful to the U.S. in keeping pressure on the Russians, much as the Afghan mujahedeen were used in the anti-Soviet war in Afghanistan from 1980 to 1989. In fact, many neocons signed up as Chechnya’s “friends,” including former CIA Director James Woolsey.
For instance, see this 2004 article in the UK Guardian, entitled,“The Chechens’ American friends: The Washington neocons’ commitment to the war on terror evaporates in Chechnya, whose cause they have made their own.”
Author John Laughland wrote:“the leading group which pleads the Chechen cause is the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya (ACPC). The list of the self-styled ‘distinguished Americans’ who are its members is a roll call of the most prominent neoconservatives who so enthusiastically support the ‘war on terror.’
“They include Richard Perle, the notorious Pentagon adviser; Elliott Abrams of Iran-Contra fame; Kenneth Adelman, the former US ambassador to the UN who egged on the invasion of Iraq by predicting it would be ‘a cakewalk’; Midge Decter, biographer of Donald Rumsfeld and a director of the rightwing Heritage Foundation; Frank Gaffney of the militarist Centre for Security Policy; Bruce Jackson, former US military intelligence officer and one-time vice-president of Lockheed Martin, now president of the US Committee on Nato; Michael Ledeen of the American Enterprise Institute, a former admirer of Italian fascism and now a leading proponent of regime change in Iran; and R. James Woolsey, the former CIA director who is one of the leading cheerleaders behind George Bush’s plans to re-model the Muslim world along pro-US lines.”
You forgot Alexander Haig (deceased) and Brzezinski, both on that committee.

Dirty business afoot there.
Clearwater

Canada

#63 Apr 21, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text> Is their mother alive?. I have heard no mention of her.
The mother is alive. It has been reported that she was convicted of shoplifting 1600 dollars worth of goods from a Boston retailer.
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#65 Apr 21, 2013
chugalug wrote:
<quoted text>
She is alive and after the death of her two sons, she will likely become another black widow suicide bomber.
Well i hope she doesn't take a School full of kids out like Beslan which the US blamed on Russia.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#66 Apr 21, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>
Well i hope she doesn't take a School full of kids out like Beslan which the US blamed on Russia.
Every westiner is quite aware of the insider and the muslim extremist that carried this out. The fact that when these same terrorist travel they carry a Russian Federation passport is with out doubt a problem of internal matter for the Russian government. Is it not correct to say they are Russian too even if we jointly look at them as scum and murderers they are from where there from.... The Russian Federation. Its not like their New Zealanders or Czechs ( No offense to the Czech community ).
C Oincidence

Pottstown, PA

#67 Apr 21, 2013
Was it even our business as citizens or local law enforcement to know anything other than the obvious about the brothers? To me it was up to the national intelligence community to say look you have some kids with radical ties/relationships.

You can't live your life in paranoia suspecting every person your run across as a terrorist. The only thing we can do is prepare how to react.
dermont

United States

#69 Apr 21, 2013
Karma returns to USA wrote:
http://www.topix.net/forum/ru/ respublika-dagestan/T9H2823K2P BKEVL9R
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