Bomber Could Have Been Deported; 2009 Conviction
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Since: Apr 13
#1 Apr 19, 2013
One of the Chechen terrorists who carried out the Boston Marathon bombings could have been deported years ago after a criminal conviction and the other was granted American citizenship on the 11th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the 26-year-old killed in a wild shootout with police, was a legal U.S. resident who nevertheless could have been removed from the country after a 2009 domestic violence conviction, according to a Judicial Watch source. That means the Obama administration missed an opportunity to deport Tsarnaev but evidently didnt feel he represented a big enough threat.
Adding insult to injury, the other bomber, little brother Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was rewarded with American Citizenship on September 11, 2012 in Boston, according to JWs source. The 19-year-old, who is still on the run, was granted asylum in Arlington Virginia on September 27, 2002, JWs source reveals.
Years before these Chechen terrorists carried out the Boston Marathon bombings Judicial Watch uncovered critical intelligence documents detailing al Qaedas activities in Chechnya, including the creation of a 1995 campordered by Osama bin Ladento train international terrorists to carry out plots against Americans and westerners.
The goal, according to the once-classified documents obtained by JW in 2011, was to establish a worldwide Islamic state capable of directly challenging the U.S., China, Russia, and what it views as Judeo-Christian and Confucian domination. Further, radical Islamic regimes were to be established and supported everywhere possible, from sea to sea, including Chechnya.Terrorist activities are to be conducted against Americans and westerners according to the report issued by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
In other words, it was only a matter of time before terrorists from the predominantly radical Islamic republic carried out an attack on U.S. soil. Chechnya declared independence from Russia in 1991 and Chechen militants are quite the savvy terrorists because theyve successfully targeted Moscow with bombings and hostage plots for more than two decades.
In 2004 Chechen Islamic militants attacked a school in Beslan, North Ossetia, Russia and they murdered 380 children, parents, teachers and visitors after holding more than 1,000 captive for three days. Judicial Watch also obtained intelligence documents from the government detailing that terrorist attack. Jointly released by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the October 12, 2004, report analyzes the Beslan terrorist attack with a view toward gleaning lessons for potential attacks on schools in the United States.
Theres no telling how many of these Chechen terrorists have infiltrated the United States or how many opportunities the government has missed to protect the country by deporting them. Osama bin Laden specifically chose Chechnya as a terrorist training camp because its an area unreachable by strikes from the west, according to the intelligence report obtained by JW years ago.
Since: Apr 13
#2 Apr 19, 2013
Ain't immigration grand?
Mother of Boston bombing suspects arrested last year for 'stealing $1,600 worth of clothes from Lord & Taylor'
Mom charged in June 2012 for shoplifting from the upscale department store
The mother of the two Chechnyan brothers suspected of setting off two bombs at the Boston Marathon was arrested last year for allegedly stealing $1,600 worth of clothes from an upscale department store.
Zubeidat K. Tsarnaeva, 45, was charged with two counts of malicious/wanton damage and defacement to property after allegedly swiping the merchandise from a Lord & Taylor in Natick, Mass. in June 2012.
She stole $1,624 in women's clothes.
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#3 Apr 19, 2013
Thank a progressive for this bombing. And btw, don't forget to thank a progressive teachers goonion trash for spiriting your 13 y/o old daughter out for an abortion after they impregnated her.
#4 Apr 19, 2013
George, you're just plain wrong about this one. If they got any radical ideas planted in their heads, it was probably during the time they spent in Pakistan or in an American mosque. As you know, I know a thing or two about the political dynamics and relationships in that part of the world.
You are looking at this through a right-wing hawk's political lens. It is simply not the accurate way to analyze this situation.
Ramzan Kadyrov, Chechen President, Suggests Boston Bombing Suspects Products Of American Upbringing
The Huffington Post | By Meredith Bennett-Smith
Posted: 04/19/2013 12:56 pm EDT
In the wake of a national manhunt for suspects in the Boston bombings, law enforcement have identified Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, brothers with ties to a Russian region near Chechnya. Now Chechnya's pro-Russian president, Ramzan Kadyrov, has spoken out about the suspects' backgrounds.
In a statement on his Instagram, Kadyrov expressed sadness for the victims of the bombings but denied that the brothers have any ties to his region.
"We have previously expressed our condolences to the people of the city and the people of America," Kadyrov wrote in Russian, according to a translation obtained by The Huffington Post.
He also expressed the hope that suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would be captured alive.
However, any attempt to connect the brothers to Chechnya is in vain, Kadyrov continued. The boys were raised in the United States, and therefore their beliefs were formed there and not in Chechnya, he said.
"It is necessary to seek the roots of evil in America," Kadyrov wrote, according to a translation from Foreign Policy.
The president, who leads a region that in the past has been torn apart by violence and civil wars of its own, added that the fight against terrorism is a global one and said he wished the victims of the events a swift recovery.
In a separate report, this one published in Russian publication Lenta, Kadyrov apparently struck a harsher note, making a vague pronouncement that seemed to blame the suspects' actions on U.S. intelligence. This report has not been confirmed however.
Speaking to reporters Friday, the suspects' uncle Ruslan Tsarni maintained that his nephews' alleged behavior does not reflect the values of Chechnya.
"Chechens are different, Chechens are peaceful people," Tsarni said, adding that the suspects have brought "shame on the entire Chechen ethnicity."
#5 Apr 19, 2013
That, I agree with.
#6 Apr 19, 2013
End the refugee program.
The situation is even worse with the local Somali community with money being funneled from food stamps to terrorism.
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