Humint Events Online: Boston Bombers Listened to Sermons by Anwar al-Awlaki

Friday, May 03, 2013

Boston Bombers Listened to Sermons by Anwar al-Awlaki

Well, isn't that CONVEEEENNNIENT--
In addition, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has told authorities that he and his brother viewed the Internet sermons of Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical American cleric who moved to Yemen and was killed in September 2011 by an American drone strike. There is no indication that the brothers communicated with Mr. Awlaki before his death.
Various other nonsense trotted out in the piece too.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

facebook memorial page made BEFORE boston bombing

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

boston bombing scissors mole discovered

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the NY Times prints a lot of gossipy articles about the tsarnaev family these days:
"The Dark Side, Carefully Masked" about the younger brother
"Path From ‘Social Butterfly’ to Boston Suspect’s Widow"
... lots of speculation with very few reliable facts.

citing anonymous sources of the feds being suspicious about tamerlans wife as they did in the article mentioned in your posting is the worst journalism I have read in a while. and the so called confessions of the younger brother are full of crap. dzhokhar tsarnaev supposedly told his interrogators that he and tamerlan were planning to flee to NY to plant bombs on time square. but with which explosives? with crackers made out of the empty fireworks that definitely weren't used in the boston bombings? hilarious - it is amazing how the perps make this shit up. they can invent new confessions of the younger brother daily.

"they arrested the three biggest potheads at Umass just to build a case thats already been created by lies." a friend of dzhokhar via twitter

4:36 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

yeah-- the reporting is ridiculously dumb. I love how they talk also about how the younger brother actually shot off regular fireworks a month before the bombing. But no way would that be why there were empty fireworks in his bag (assuming that's even true).

2:03 PM  

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