Friday, October 25, 2013
Frustrated By FBI Stonewalling, Grassley Not Buying FBI's Boston Bombing Fable
At least one member of the U.S. Senate appears to be capable of exercising common sense and not simply go about conducting his oversight role of the federal government with eyes wide shut as virtually all other members of Congress now do. A recently-revealed letter Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent to FBI Director James B. Comey, Jr. reveals his frustration with the FBI's stonewalling of questions he asked about the Boston Marathon bombing months ago that were never answered, an event readers of this blog have been duly informed was a complete false flag attack carried out by rogue forces within our own government. Nothing adds up and the more Grassley learns, the more he becomes convinced that the government is lying to the public and Congress about its role in the attack.
Grassley's skepticism is found near the beginning of his letter to Comey when he reminds him that 14 of the 19 planned terrorist attacks since 9/11 "involved FBI sting operations using undercover agents and informers who pose as terrorists." Grassley still is seeking answers about whether Tamerlan Tsarnaev was used by the FBI as a tactic of recruitment or sting operation and what other conversations the FBI may have had with the Tsarnaev brothers prior to the bombing other than the interviews the agency only acknowledged conducting of the brothers after the Russians revealed they had warned U.S. intelligence agencies about the brothers. As readers of this blog have been informed, the Tsarnaev brothers' uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, has a past association with the CIA and was once married to the daughter of one of the intelligence agency's top operatives, Graham Fuller.
As anyone with a brain could figure out, it is inconceivable that the FBI didn't know who the Tsarnaev brothers were when they released to the public images of them near the scene of the bombings and identified them as suspects. Grassley wants to know when the images of the brothers were first identified, what agency made that identification, what investigative steps the FBI undertook before releasing their images to the public and whether the suspects were under surveillance by the agency prior to the release of the photos.
The FBI would have the public believe that the two suspects, upon learning they had been identified as the suspects, shot and killed an MIT police officer sitting in his car for no apparent reason, carjacked a vehicle driven by a Chinese man, engaged in a high speed chase with police for the local mass transit agency after the carjacking victim fled the car and called police, followed by a shootout with police that left another police officer seriously wounded from friendly fire and the elder brother shot dead and run over by the younger brother's fleeing vehicle. The FBI, according to this meme, was just sitting back and watching it all play out from the sidelines.
Grassley's investigators learned information that really troubled Cambridge Police. Prior to MIT Officer Sean Collier being shot and killed in his car, Cambridge police officers encountered "multiple teams of FBI employees conducting surveillance in the area of Central Square in Cambridge." Despite the agency's participation in the Joint Terrorism Task Force, nobody within the police department had been made aware of the FBI's surveillance activities. Grassley wants to know if the FBI was conducting surveillance of the Tsarnaev brothers when these wild events supposedly played out on the night in question.
A flack in the local FBI office told a local Fox affiliate in Boston that the agents seen by local police in Central Square were conducting a separate investigation of MIT students the agency supposedly thought might be linked to the bombing. The local FBI office is also sticking by its story that it did not know the identity of the brothers until after the shootout in Watertown where Tamerlan's body was supposedly recovered--the same location where amateur video footage captured images of Tamerlan stripped naked and being taken into custody by police alive and unharmed. Indiana's Sen. Dan Coats, who sits on the Intelligence Committee, has expressed no interest in learning what truly happened in Boston.