Thursday, May 23, 2013

FBI Keeps Changing its Story on Fatal Shooting of Ibragim Todashev, a Possible Associate of the Boston Bombers

It's bad enough that the Boston Bombing story has more holes than Swiss cheese, starting with the fact Homeland Security and the Boston PD were a big fail and the ever changing official stories have been exposed as outright lies by amateur blogger journalists. All the snipers, infrared cameras, bomb sniffing dogs, surveillance drones and 9,000 Gestapo militarized troops couldn't stop the Boston Bombers or even catch them.

After a wounded Tsarnaev managed to limp to a nearby boat after the infamous shootout, the cops still couldn't find him hiding in a boat just a few blocks from the shootout site. Then a homeowner went out for a smoke after the lockdown was lifted and called 911 when he observed that the tarp covering his boat was bloody (proof that Tsarnaev was injured when he escaped from the shootout site). MSM was breaking news that a shootout at the boat site was in progress between Tsarnaev and the police. That story was retracted a few days later when it was quietly reported that Tsarnaev was unarmed. Still the boat was heavily perforated with gun shots and the government produced an infrared photo of Tsarnaev lying down in the boat.


How state of the art military grade surveillance cameras missed the boat and the clearly visible human remains a mystery.  In any event the only person responsible for Tsarnaev's capture was a homeowner and not the cops.  The story acquired a new dimension when it was reported that the FBI fatally shot Ibragim Todashev in Florida and an alleged associate of the Tsarnaev brothers. Originally, it was reported that Todashev was shot dead while the FBI was in the process of securing a written confession and Todashev supposedly lunged at an FBI agent(s). But that story is also changing. Fox News reports:

Moments leading to fatal FBI shooting in Orlando still unclear
An FBI incident review team from Washington, D.C., is in Orlando today, a day after a Russian man who knew Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was shot dead by an agent.

Federal and Central Florida law enforcement agencies are still collecting and processing evidence from the shooting scene at a condominium complex on Peregrine Avenue, near Kirkman Road and Universal Orlando, where Ibragim Todashev was shot early Wednesday.

Initially, FBI officials said Todashev, 27, became violent and lunged at an agent with a knife while he was being questioned about Tsarnaev and an unsolved 2011 triple murder in the Boston suburb of Waltham. The agent, acting on an "imminent threat," then shot Todashev, they said.

However, later in the day, some of those officials had backed off that preliminary account, and it's no longer clear what happened in the moments before the fatal shooting, The Associated Press reported.

Sources told Fox 25 News in Boston that Todashev, a Russian national living legally in Florida, was about to sign a confession linking him to the Waltham slayings just before the shooting took place.
The shooting of Todashev is even more bizarre than the bizarre Boston Bombing story fiasco. Law enforcement never interrogates a suspect at their home - they detain them, search them and haul them in, unarmed, and place them in interrogation rooms where they are no threat to anybody.  Law enforcement never leaves a suspect in their own home because it's incredibly risky to allow a suspect to access to weapons that can harm the suspect or law enforcement.  It's definitely not standard operating procedure to interrogate a suspect anywhere other than in a secure interrogation room.

Exactly what went down with the fatal shooting of Todashev is unknown and what stories are being reports are changing.  Now that's standard operating procedure in Police State USA where the government version of anything is constantly changing to fit the propaganda.

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