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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Lun Abr 15, 2013 3:33 pm

He dicho yo Al-Quaeda????



Explosions Reported at Site of Boston Marathon



By KEN BELSON and MARY PILON



A series of explosions were reported near the finish line at the Boston Marathon on Monday, according to several media outlets. One report quoted “some sort of incident” on Boylston Street, near the finish line.

Competitors and race organizers were crying as they fled the chaos, The Associated Press reported. Bloody spectators were being carried to the medical tent that had been set up to care for fatigued runners.

“There are a lot of people down,” said one man, according to The A.P., whose bib No. 17528 identified him as Frank Deruyter of North Carolina. He was not injured, but marathon workers were carrying one woman, who did not appear to be a runner, to the medical area as blood gushed from her leg. A Boston police officer was wheeled from the course with a leg injury that was bleeding, The A.P. said.

The Boston Police Department confirmed that they were looking into an explosion, but had no further comment.

Local television also showed ambulances at the scene.

The headquarters for the organizers of the marathon, one of the world’s oldest, was reportedly locked down while authorities investigate.
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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Mar Abr 16, 2013 8:20 am

Esto les pasa por estupidos. Desde hace cuanto debieron de investigar a los extranjeros de origenes potencialmente hostiles a los EEUU ya residiendo en los EEUU y excluyendo a los posibles terroristas (varones de 18 a 45 de edad) de ingresar al pais...[ El discurse del idolo de ebano de ayer fue extraordinario por su tepidez y cobardia./size]



Estudiante saudí es persona de interés por atentado en Boston

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El FBI allanó el apartamento del joven en la localidad de Revere en busca de información


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WASHINGTON - Las autoridades allanaron esta madrugada un apartamento en la localidad de Revere, a cinco millas del centro de Boston, en busca de información sobre las explosiones de ayer en el tramo final del maratón de Boston, informó hoy NBC.

El apartamento pertenece a un joven estudiante saudí que fue entrevistado después de haber estado en el área de las explosiones, un suceso que el FBI investiga como si fuera un ataque terrorista.

Aunque el apartamento ha sido allanado y las autoridades se llevaron material del lugar, las autoridades federales han advertido que es posible que el joven solo estuviera presenciando el maratón como lo hacían otros miles al momento de las explosiones.

Ninguna persona ha sido detenida como “sospechosa”.

El estudiante saudí es considerado una “persona de interés”, como otros que estaban en el lugar que pueden aportar información, según fuentes federales de NBC.

Tres personas, incluido el niño de 8 años Martin Richard, murieron como consecuencia de las explosiones. Más de un centenar resultaron heridas, algunos de gravedad.

<p>Estados Unidos, sobre todo las grandes ciudades y los medios masivos de transporte, estaba anoche en estado de alerta, tras las explosiones ocurridas casi en la meta del famoso maratón de Boston, en Massachusetts, en el que participaron sobre 23,000 atletas.

“La seguridad se aumentará de acuerdo a lo necesario”, indicó el presidente Barack Obama, mientras en ciudades como Washington D.C., Nueva York y Los Ángeles, entre otras, se reforzaban las medidas de precaución.


Bajo el liderato del Negociado de Investigaciones Especiales (FBI), las autoridades arman el rompecabezas de las explosiones como si fuera el primer ataque terrorista en suelo estadounidense desde el 11 de septiembre de 2001.

La gran pregunta que se hacían era si ataque era producto de una persona o grupo extranjero o doméstico.

“Encontraremos quién hizo esto; encontraremos por qué lo hicieron. Cualquier responsable o grupos responsables van a sentir el peso de la justicia”, indicó el presidente Obama.

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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Mar Abr 16, 2013 8:24 am

El mensaje del Presi ayer:



THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. Earlier today, I was briefed by my homeland security team on the events in Boston. We’re continuing to monitor and respond to the situation as it unfolds. And I’ve directed the full resources of the federal government to help state and local authorities protect our people, increase security around the United States as necessary, and investigate what happened.



The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight. And Michelle and I send our deepest thoughts and prayers to the families of the victims in the wake of this senseless loss.



We don’t yet have all the answers. But we do know that multiple people have been wounded, some gravely, in explosions at the Boston Marathon.



I’ve spoken to FBI Director Mueller and Secretary of Homeland Security Napolitano, and they’re mobilizing the appropriate resources to investigate and to respond.



I’ve updated leaders of Congress in both parties, and we reaffirmed that on days like this there are no Republicans or Democrats -- we are Americans, united in concern for our fellow citizens.



I’ve also spoken with Governor Patrick and Mayor Menino, and made it clear that they have every single federal resource necessary to care for the victims and counsel the families. And above all, I made clear to them that all Americans stand with the people of Boston.



Boston police, firefighters, and first responders as well as the National Guard responded heroically, and continue to do so as we speak. It’s a reminder that so many Americans serve and sacrifice on our behalf every single day, without regard to their own safety, in dangerous and difficult circumstances. And we salute all those who assisted in responding so quickly and professionally to this tragedy.



We still do not know who did this or why. And people shouldn’t jump to conclusions before we have all the facts. But make no mistake -- we will get to the bottom of this. And we will find out who did this; we'll find out why they did this. Any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.



Today is a holiday in Massachusetts -- Patriots’ Day. It’s a day that celebrates the free and fiercely independent spirit that this great American city of Boston has reflected from the earliest days of our nation. And it’s a day that draws the world to Boston’s streets in a spirit of friendly competition. Boston is a tough and resilient town. So are its people. I'm supremely confident that Bostonians will pull together, take care of each other, and move forward as one proud city. And as they do, the American people will be with them every single step of the way.



You should anticipate that as we get more information, our teams will provide you briefings. We're still in the investigation stage at this point. But I just want to reiterate we will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable.



Thank you very much.



Notoriamente ausente estan las palabras "Ataque", "terrorismo" o cualquier cosa que diferenciara esto con, digamos, un tornado...
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Chemo el Mar Abr 16, 2013 8:39 am

Esto huele a Arabes muslmanes terroristas que quieren demostrar que ellos van a hacer esto dentro de EEUU cuando ellos quieran .....eso si , EEUU los va a encontrar aqui o alla en sus paises ....no dudo que en los proximos dias pongan a trabajar unos cuantos DRONES pa que les devuelvan la moneda!!!
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Chemo el Mar Abr 16, 2013 8:46 am

Los Talibanes Paquistanies ya llamaron a EEUU pa decirles que ellos no tienen nada que ver en esto!!...ellos ya saben que EEUU se va a vengar y ellos no quieren ni saber de esa venganza


Buscan a sospechosos y motivo de bombas en Boston

16 de abril de 2013 - Ley y orden, Policía, - AP


En el ataque tres personas murieron y más de un centenar resultaron heridas




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BOSTON — Las bombas que estallaron con segundos de diferencia cerca de la línea de meta del maratón de Boston dejaron las calles salpicadas de cristales y sangre, tres personas muertas y más de 140 con lesiones y mutilaciones, así como interrogantes sobre quién pudo haber realizado el ataque y por qué.

Los investigadores federales dijeron que nadie se ha atribuido la responsabilidad del ataque devastador en una de las festividades cívicas más famosas de la ciudad: el Día de los Patriotas. Sin embargo, los atentados avivaron alarmas de otro ataque terrorista en Estados Unidos tras las explosiones en un acto público entre multitudes de miles de espectadores.

El presidente Barack Obama fue cuidadoso de evitar las palabras “terror” o “terrorismo” mientras hablaba el lunes en la Casa Blanca después de los estallidos mortales, pero un funcionario de gobierno dijo que los ataques estaban siendo manejados como actos de terrorismo. El funcionario pidió no ser identificado debido a que la investigación está en curso.

“Descubriremos quién hizo esto. Descubriremos por qué hicieron esto” dijo el presidente. “Cualquier individuo responsable, cualquier grupo responsable, sentirá todo el peso de la justicia”, enfatizó.

El Talibán paquistaní, que ha amenazado con atacar en Estados Unidos debido a su apoyo al gobierno paquistaní, negó el martes cualquier participación en los bombazos en el maratón.

Ahsanullah Ahsan, vocero del grupo, negó el involucramiento durante una llamada telefónica a The Associated Press. Habló desde un sitio no revelado.

El FBI se encargó de la investigación de los atentados con artefactos explosivos, realizando un cateo en una casa en el suburbio de Boston a última hora del lunes y solicitando cualquier video, audio o fotografías tomadas por espectadores del maratón.

Las fuertes explosiones ocurrieron con diferencia de aproximadamente 10 segundos y con separación de cerca de 90 metros (100 yardas), derribando a varios espectadores y por lo menos a un corredor, rompiendo ventanas y enviando densas columnas de humo sobre la calle y a través de ondulantes banderas nacionales colocadas a lo largo de la ruta de la competencia atlética.

El pavimento se manchó con sangre y se rompieron ventanas hasta a una altura de tres pisos. Hubo víctimas con fracturas de hueso, heridas por metralla y tímpanos reventados.

Roupen Bastajian, un policía estatal de Smithfield, Rhode Island, había terminado apenas la carrera cuando escuchó las explosiones.

“Empecé a correr hacia la explosión y había gente por todo el piso”, describió. “Empezamos a hacer torniquetes en las piernas. Mucha gente amputada… Al menos de 25 a 30 personas habían perdido una pierna o el tobillo o dos piernas”.

El jefe de servicios de emergencia del Hospital General de Massachusetts, Alasdair Conn, dijo: “Esto es algo que no había visto en mis 25 años aquí… esta cantidad de masacre entre la población civil. Esto es lo que esperaríamos de una guerra”, agregó.

Se hallaron al menos dos bombas que no explotaron cerca del final de la ruta de 42,16 kilómetros (26,2 millas) como parte de lo que pareció ser un ataque bien coordinado, pero fueron desactivadas de manera segura, según un funcionario de inteligencia de alto rango de Estados Unidos, quien también pidió no ser identificado.

El canal de televisión WBZ-TV reportó a última hora del lunes que agentes estaban revisando un apartamento en Revere, suburbio de Boston. La Policía Estatal de Massachusetts confirmó que la noche del lunes se cumplió una orden de registró relacionada a la investigación en Revere, pero no proporcionó detalles.

Fueron vistos algunos investigadores saliendo de la vivienda en Revere la madrugada del martes cargando bolsas de papel estraza, bolsas de plástico para basura y una bolsa de tela resistente.

La Policía dijo que tres personas murieron. Un niño de ocho años estuvo entre las víctimas fatales, según una persona que habló con un amigo de la familia, quien pidió no ser identificada. La persona dijo que la madre del niño y hermana también resultaron lesionadas mientras esperaban que el padre terminara la carrera.

Hospitales reportaron al menos 144 personas heridas, al menos 17 de ellas en condición crítica.
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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Mar Abr 16, 2013 9:46 am

Desarmaron dos bombas... Creanme que de alli van a saber quienes son los que urdieron este plan... Esto de Boston.com:



<p>http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2013/04/16/feds-seek-suspects-motive-boston-bombings/QkejBWGEKMopcHVekRXTHP/story.html
Feds search apartment, seek clues in Boston attack


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By JIMMY GOLEN
Associated Press /
April 16, 2013


BOSTON (AP) — FBI agents searched a suburban Boston apartment overnight and appealed to the public for amateur video and photos that might yield clues to who carried out the Boston Marathon bombing, while a doctor treating the wounded said one of the victims was maimed by what looked like ball bearings or BBs.



Two bombs blew up seconds apart Monday at the finish line of one of the world’s most storied races, tearing off limbs and leaving the streets spattered with blood and strewn with broken glass. Three people were killed, including an 8-year-old boy, and more than 140 were wounded.


Federal investigators said no one had claimed responsibility for the bombings on one of the city’s biggest civic holidays, Patriots Day. But the blasts raised the specter of another terrorist attack on U.S. soil.


President Barack Obama was careful not to use the words ‘‘terror’’ or ‘‘terrorism’’ as he spoke at the White House on Monday, but an administration official said the bombings were being treated as an act of terrorism.


‘‘We will find out who did this. We'll find out why they did this,’’ the president said. ‘‘Any responsible individuals, any responsible groups, will feel the full weight of justice.’’


Across the U.S., from Washington to Los Angeles, police tightened security, monitoring landmarks, government buildings, transit hubs and sporting events.


The FBI took charge of the investigation, converging on a home in the suburb of Revere on Monday night and appealing for any video, audio and photos taken by marathon spectators. Authorities gave no details on the search. Investigators were seen leaving a building there early Tuesday carrying brown paper bags, plastic trash bags and a duffel bag.


Investigators refused to give any specifics on the bombs and say, for example, where they might have been hidden or whether they were packed with shrapnel for maximum carnage, as is often the case in terror bombings overseas.


But Dr. Stephen Epstein of the emergency medicine department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center said he saw an X-ray of one victim’s leg that had ‘‘what appears to be small, uniform, round objects throughout it — similar in the appearance to BBs.’’ He said it remained to be determined what exactly the objects were.


A European security official said Tuesday initial evidence indicates that the attacks were not the work of suicide bombers.


‘‘So far, investigators believe it was not the work of suicide bombers, but it is still too early to rule it out completely,’’ said the official, who spoke from the United States on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the U.S. investigation.


The Pakistani Taliban, which has threatened attacks in the United States because of its support for the Pakistani government, on Tuesday denied any role in the bombings.


The fiery explosions took place about 10 seconds and about 100 yards apart, knocking spectators and at least one runner off their feet, shattering windows and sending columns of smoke rising over the street. Victims lost limbs and suffered broken bones, shrapnel wounds and ruptured eardrums.


Roupen Bastajian, a state trooper from Smithfield, R.I., had just finished the race when he heard the explosions.


‘‘I started running toward the blast. And there were people all over the floor,’’ he said. ‘‘We started grabbing tourniquets and started tying legs. A lot of people amputated. ... At least 25 to 30 people have at least one leg missing, or an ankle missing, or two legs missing.’’


At Massachusetts General Hospital, Alasdair Conn, chief of emergency services, said: ‘‘This is something I've never seen in my 25 years here ... this amount of carnage in the civilian population. This is what we expect from war.’’


As many as two unexploded bombs were found near the end of the 26.2-mile course as part of what appeared to be a well-coordinated attack, but they were safely disarmed, according to a senior U.S. intelligence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the continuing investigation.


Eight-year-old Martin Richard was among the dead, according to a person who talked to a friend of the family and spoke on condition of anonymity. The person said the boy’s mother and sister were also injured.


A candle burned on the stoop of the family’s single-family home in the city’s Dorchester section Tuesday, and the word ‘‘Peace’’ was written in chalk on the front walkway.


Neighbor Betty Delorey said Martin loved to climb the neighborhood trees, and hop the fence outside his home.


Hospitals reported at least 144 people injured, at least 17 of them critically. At least eight children were being treated at hospitals.


Tim Davey of Richmond, Va., was with his wife, Lisa, and children near a medical tent that had been set up to care for fatigued runners when the injured began arriving. ‘‘They just started bringing people in with no limbs,’’ he said.


‘‘Most everybody was conscious,’’ Lisa Davey said. ‘‘They were very dazed.’’


The Boston Marathon is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious races and about 23,000 runners participated. Most of them had crossed the finish line by the time the bombs exploded, but thousands more were still completing the course.


The attack may have been timed for maximum bloodshed: The four-hour mark is typically a crowded time near the finish line because of the slow-but-steady recreational runners completing the race and because of all the friends and relatives clustered around to cheer them on.


Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis said authorities had received ‘‘no specific intelligence that anything was going to happen’’ at the race.


‘‘We still don’t know who did this or why,’’ Obama said at the White House, adding, ‘‘Make no mistake: We will get to the bottom of this.’’


With scant official information to guide them, members of Congress said there was little or no doubt it was an act of terrorism.


‘‘We just don’t know whether it’s foreign or domestic,’’ said Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security.


A few miles away from the finish line and around the same time, a fire broke out at the John F. Kennedy Library. The police commissioner said that it may have been caused by an incendiary device but that it was not clear whether it was related to the bombings.


The race winds up near Copley Square, not far from the landmark Prudential Center and the Boston Public Library. It is held on Patriots Day, which commemorates the first battles of the American Revolution, at Concord and Lexington in 1775.


The first explosion occurred on the north side of Boylston Street, just before the finish line, and some people initially thought it was a celebratory cannon blast. When the second bomb went off, spectators’ cheers turned to screams.


Runners in the medical tent for treatment of dehydration or other race-related ills were pushed out to make room for victims of the bombing.


A woman who was a few feet from the second bomb, Brighid Wall, 35, of Duxbury, said that when it exploded, runners and spectators froze, unsure of what to do. Her husband threw their children to the ground, lay on top of them and another man lay on top of them and said, ‘‘Don’t get up, don’t get up.’’


After a minute or so without another explosion, Wall said, she and her family headed to a Starbucks and out the back door through an alley. Around them, the windows of the bars and restaurants were blown out.


She said she saw six to eight people bleeding profusely, including one man who was kneeling, dazed, with blood trickling down his head. Another person was on the ground covered in blood and not moving.


‘‘My ears are zinging. Their ears are zinging,’’ Wall said. ‘‘It was so forceful. It knocked us to the ground.’’
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Mensaje por Chemo el Mar Abr 16, 2013 3:49 pm

Acabo de ver una noticia que dice que estas bombas fueron hechas con Ollas de presion y balines de metal o clavos ..y este tipo de artefactos son tipicos entre los terroristas de Pakistan ,Afganistan y demas paises de esa region!!!
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Charlie319 el Miér Abr 17, 2013 2:24 pm

Por lo visto ya cayo uno...





Conflicting reports in arrest of possible Boston Marathon bombing suspect


Tribune staff and wire reports

1:15 PM CDT, April 17, 2013



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<p>Authorities may have arrested a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings based on security video that showed a man depositing a bag at the bomb scene before the blasts, according to two media reports citing U.S. and Boston law enforcement sources.

CNN and Fox News have reported an arrest has been made, while the Associated Press and Boston Globe say the bombing suspect is in custody and expected in federal court. However, CBS and NBC are reporting there has not been an arrest in the case.

An official announcement is expected at 4 p.m. central time.

Bombing investigators have searched through thousands of pieces of evidence from cell phone pictures to shrapnel shards pulled from victims' legs.

Based on shards of metal, fabric, wires and a battery recovered at the scene, the focus turned to whomever may have made bombs in pressure cooker pots and taken them in heavy black nylon bags to the finish line of the world-famous race watched by crowds of spectators.

The twin bombs in Boston, which killed three people and injured 176 others, was the worst attack in the United States since security was stepped up across the country after the September 11, 2001 hijacked plane strikes.
A stretch of Boston's Boylston Street almost a mile long and blocks around it remained closed on Wednesday as investigators searched for clues. The explosions sprayed shrapnel far enough that police were collecting fragments from rooftops along the marathon's course.
Nylon fragments, ball bearings and nails

Among the items recovered at the bomb scene were pieces of black nylon that could be from a backpack, fragments of ball bearings and nails, and possibly the remains of a pressure cooker device, Richard DesLauriers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's special agent in charge in Boston, told a news conference on Tuesday. Evidence collected at the scene was being reconstructed at the FBI laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, DesLauriers said.

Bomb scene pictures produced by the Boston Joint Terrorism Task Force and released on Tuesday show the remains of an explosive device including twisted pieces of a metal container, wires, a battery and what appears to be a small circuit board.

"That gives you an idea of the scope, of the power of the blast, and you can see why it was so devastating," said Gene Marquez, acting special agent in charge of the ATF Bureau in Boston.

One picture shows a few inches of charred wire attached to a small box, and another depicts a half-inch nail and a zipper head stained with blood. Another shows a Tenergy-brand battery attached to black and red wires through a broken plastic cap. Several photos show a twisted metal lid with bolts.

A U.S. government official, who declined to be identified, made the pictures available to Reuters.

Pressure cooker bombs in wide use

Pressure cooker-style bombs are common in South Asia, accounting for roughly half of the explosive devices defused in the country’s volatile northwest, a top Pakistani bomb disposal squad official says.

"We are defusing pressure cooker bombs almost daily," said Shafqat Malik, chief of the bomb disposal squad for Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, which includes the violence-wracked city of Peshawar, Swat Valley and Pakistan’s militant-ridden tribal areas along the Afghan border. "They're very common. Pressure cookers are one of the favorite IED containers for the terrorist groups."

Since Malik began leading the province’s bomb squad in 2009, his officers have defused more than 5,000 explosive devices — roughly half of which have been pressure cooker bombs, he said. This year alone, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province bomb disposal technicians have defused about 125 bombs that have been contained in pressure cookers, he said.

The most recent prominent attack involving such an explosive occurred Sunday in the Swat Valley town of Banjot. Mukarram Shah, a member of the secular Awami National Party (ANP), was killed when a pressure cooker bomb planted near his car exploded.

Pakistani Taliban militants rely heavily on pressure cooker bombs, Malik said. because they allow pressure to build up inside the steel before the blast occurs, creating a more intense explosion.

"Blast waves don't escape suddenly -- the pressure builds up before the cooker gets broken," Malik said. "So the effect can be more lethal compared to other kinds of containers. The pieces of the cooker move outward like projectiles, hitting the target like a bullet."

A drawback to pressure cooker bombs, Malik says, is that the blast radius is reduced because a significant portion of the energy generated by the explosive agent is expended in the break-up of the cooker’s thick steel walls.

The blast radius of a pressure cooker bomb depends on a variety of factors, including the size of the cooker. But typically, the area in which a pressure cooker bomb can cause lethal injuries is about 27 yards, Malik said.

Other improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, can disperse shrapnel over a greater distance.

Pakistani militants often detonate pressure cooker bombs by remote control -- with a cellphone, for example -- and usually bury the devices in the ground, Malik said.

Student anguish

Residents of the city, which has a large community of students at its many universities, struggled to make sense of the twin bombs that went off at one of Boston's most heavily attended public events, maiming bystanders.

President Barack Obama, who will travel to Boston on Thursday for a memorial service, has called the bombings an "act of terror."

Three people were killed by the blasts.

The youngest to die was an 8-year-old boy, Martin Richard, from the city's Dorchester neighborhood.

Officials identified a second person killed as Krystle Campbell, 29, of Medford, Massachusetts.

"I can't believe this is happening," her mother, Patty, told reporters. "She was the best, you couldn't ask for a better daughter."

The third person who died was a Chinese citizen whose identity was not being made public at the request of the victim's family, the Chinese Consulate in New York said. The victim was a graduate student at Boston University, the university said.

One of the last things the Chinese victim did was post a picture captioned "My wonderful breakfast" on a popular microblog.

The victim's family first realized what might have happened from a posting on a Chinese microblog by the victim's roommate, Hong Kong's Phoenix TV said on its website on Wednesday.

"Everyone, please help me find my roommate", pleaded the post, according to Phoenix. After going to the marathon, "she hasn't come home and ... everyone is very worried."

Reuters and Shashank Bengali, Joe Tanfani, Richard A. Serrano and Alex Rodriguez, L.A. Times
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Charlie319 el Jue Abr 18, 2013 10:03 am

Hasta ahora, los talibanes de Afganistan y el Gobierno de Iran han negado vinculo alguno con el bombazo... Pero todavia no se oye nada de Al-Quaeda... Por que sera?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/apr/17/us-muslims-fear-profiling-boston



US Muslims 'holding their breath' as Boston investigators hunt for bomber



Muslim American organisations say they fear increased racial profiling if an Islamic link to the marathon attack is established






Activists said that based on FBI data, Muslims are three times more likely to be targeted by hate crimes than other citizens. Photograph: Jared Wickerham/Getty

US Muslims are "holding their breath" as the investigation into the Boston Marathon attacks develops, amid fears of increased racial profiling and attacks if an Islamic link is confirmed, according to advocate groups.

Investigators say they still do not know who carried out the attacks or why, and Janet Napolitano, the homeland security secretary, said on Wednesday there was no evidence the attacks were part of a larger plot.

But amid official statements that no suspect has yet been identified as being behind the bombs that killed three and maimed and wounded more than a hundred people, at least two news outlets falsely reported a Saudi national was being held as a suspect, with some lawmakers and pundits pitching in on the falsehood.

Muneer Awad, the executive director of New York chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (Cair), said: "Americans have been conditioned to assume that any act of terror on our land has been perpetrated by a Muslim. That's why it was so easy for people to jump on to reports that a Saudi national had been a person of interest. There is no reason for why he was a suspect, other than he was a Saudi Arabian.

"Whether they are being questioned, interrogated, having their apartments being searched – we are looking at a community where it's normal for the NYPD or the FBI to simply knock on your door and ask you questions without a warrant."

Awad said that the anxiety that the Muslim community is feeling over a possible backlash is not new, but has been present since 9/11. It is waiting to see what will happen now, he said. "A lot of people are holding their breath."

Boston's largest mosque, the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, has asked police to guard its campus in the wake of the marathon attacks, according to a report in the Huffington Post.

Awad cited Erik Rush, a conservative columnist and Fox News guest who tweeted "Muslims are evil. Let's kill them all" after the attacks, provoking a furious reaction on Twitter. Rush later claimed he was being sarcastic.

In the US, the number of FBI-designated hate crimes against Muslims and Arabs rose dramatically after the September 11 attacks, which were carried out by mostly Saudi members of al-Qaida.

Faiza Patel, co-director of the liberty and national security programme at the Brennan Center for Justice, said: "You can't get away from the fact that the last attack was carried out by mostly Saudi nationals. But from what I have seen and heard, the official response this time has been restrained. There were a lot of statements coming in from Muslim communities clearly disavowing the attacks. That is important."

Patel said that, based on FBI data, Muslims are three times more likely to be targeted by hate crimes than other citizens.

Sahar Aziz, a fellow of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), agreed that the government response has been careful in the aftermath of the Boston attacks.

Aziz, who is also an associate professor of law at Texas Wesleyan school of law, said: "Compared to past events, the government has been judicious in making public what they know and don't know, and warning people not to jump to conclusions about the racial identification of suspects."

However, he warned that the US should guard against falling pray to scape goating of any racial or religious communities from the far right.

"There is a cadre of pundits on the far right spreading fear and paranoia that it is inevitably going to be a Muslim. They will want to trigger a backlash, will engage in racial and religious scapegoating. They won't incite people to violence because they know it is a crime, but they may do everything short of it. All Americans should be on guard not to allow our country to fall pray to that.

"The real question for the Muslim community is what will happen if it does turn out that the suspect is Muslim. What we hope is that Americans can speak to their values that guilt should not be imposed on others who share the same faith."

Christine Warner, the campaign director for Shoulder to Shoulder, a campaign to end anti-Muslim sentiment, said she was monitoring any potential backlash. Warner said she had been "generally encouraged" by the reporting, with the exception of the reporting of a Saudi national as a person of interest and comments reported on Wednesday by CNN of a "dark skinned male" being a suspect in the case.

"This gives us no indication of where the investigation is going and is of concern to us," she said.

In a blogpost on his website, anti-racism writer Tim Wise wrote: "White privilege is knowing that if you are a white student from Nebraska – as opposed to, say, a student from Saudi Arabia – that no one, and I mean no one, would think it important to detain and question you in the wake of a bombing such as the one at the Boston Marathon."

Esto de un editorial de Al-Jazeera:















Khaled A Beydoun


Khaled A Beydoun is Adjunct Faculty and the Critical Race Studies Teaching Fellow at the UCLA School of Law.



'"Please don't be a Muslim or Arab," many thought, tweeted, and uttered as they took in the images from Boston. Three innocents were killed, among them an eight-year-old child, and 130 injured," writes Beydoun [Reuters]

I texted my friend at 7:47am EST, extending well wishes for a "successful and prosperous race". Like the 23,181 runners who left Hopkinton dreaming about breaking the ribbon 26.2 miles away, my friend signed up for the 117th Boston Marathonexpecting anything but two bomb explosions waiting for him at the finish line.

I instantly thought of my friend who ran the Marathon upon learning of the explosions. However, concern for loved ones was superseded by a distinctly Arab and Muslim-American psychosis: "Please do not let the culprit be Arab or Muslim."

This fear still grips me while writing the article, and certainly raced through the minds of most Arab and Muslim-Americans. That gut-wrenching anxiety and debilitating concern, borne out of the implicated guilt that follows every modern terrorist attack from World Trade Center I to Sandy Hook, emerged into a collective Arab and Muslim-American psychosis. Indeed, it may typify best what it has come to mean to be Arab or Muslim-American.

The knots in my stomach tightened with preliminary reports from the New York Post that Boston Police had seized a "Saudi National". In a media nanosecond, "Muslims" was trending on Twitter, additional news providers corroborated the reports, and the hatemongering ensued.

Conservative columnist, Erik Rush, stated:



Everybody do the National Security Ankle Grab! Let's bring more Saudis in without screening them! C'mon!

"Islamism", "al-Qaeda" and "Arab Terrorism" raced through news channel tickers and out the mouths of reactionary pundits, echoing the same brand of reporting that followed every domestic terror crisis big and small.

There was no verified nexus between the explosions and Arabs or Muslims, but this did not prevent Rush from rushing to that conclusion. Recent history revealed that hate could instantly devolve into violence, with guilt being assigned as a consequence of the ingrained understanding of Arabs and Muslims as terrorists, which for hatemongers like Rush, trumps the importance of the facts.

As Yale Law Professor Muneer I Ahmed wrote in "A Rage Shared by Law: Post-September 11 Racial Violence as Crimes of Passion":



The racially directed anger and moral outrage of the perpetrators of post-September 11 violence, if not the violence itself, found resonance with the emotional responses of many Americans. Put more bluntly, the anger of the perpetrators was the anger of much of the country.

I was concerned for my friend in the race, the dead and those injured. However, the strict assignment of guilt and the public violence that follows, combined with the memories that followed every previous attack, left me voiceless and glued to the television screen. Arab and Muslim-Americans experienced this existential purgatory in concentrated communities, like Detroit or Anaheim, and parts of the country with sparse numbers of both groups.

These interim moments, between catastrophe and discovering the real culprits, define what it means to be Arab and Muslim-American today. Other Americans are afforded the space to grieve and mourn, and demonstrate concern without the colour of guilt.

However, Arab and Muslim-Americans are denied that right. The societal modus operandi of instantly elevating Arab and Muslims to the level of guilt not only strips one from the ability to grieve, but has - after decades of instant vilification - created a new brand of psychological guilt.

"Please don't be a Muslim or Arab," many thought, tweeted, and uttered as they took in the images from Boston. Three innocents were killed, among them an eight-year-old child, and 130 injured. Sadly, these statistics were - until a culprit was identified - of secondary importance for Arab and Muslim-Americans.

The moment of time, which seems frozen and in turn freezes every other concern in life, between catastrophe and identifying the culprit, subsumes Arab and Muslim-Americans, and extinguishes our ability to fully join our fellow Americans in grieving.

This existential state of guilt and confusion, fear and anxiety, characterises what it means to be Arab and Muslim-American. As both communities race toward a modicum of normalcy, approximately 12 years after 9/11, the Boston Marathon explosions are a stark and chilling reminder that neither Arab nor Muslim Americans have reached that finish line.

The attacks on the 117th Boston Marathon, and the attacks before it that falsely implicated Arab and Muslim-Americans as the culprits highlight that the race toward full-fledged Americanness is no sprint - but a marathon.

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Interesante desarrollo... Sera cierto?


Boston bombing suspect ordered deported after Obama meets with Saudi minister




The Saudi National, Abdul al-Harbi, who has been questioned after the Boston Marathon bombing, is being immediately deported on "national security grounds."



Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs reports:

<BLOCKQUOTE property="schema:articleBody content:encoded">
He is from a very powerful Saudi family with many terrorist ties. Abdul al-Harbi is a devout Muslim from Medina.

I said it takes longer than 15 hours to investigate all of Abdul al-Harbi's relatives, friends, acquaintances, and business and school friends.

Perhaps a quick look at the Arabic sources should raise the eyebrows of every American relative to the extent of the problem at hand. Many from Al-Harbi’s clan are steeped in terrorism and are members of Al-Qaeda. Out of a list of 85 terrorists listed by the Saudi government shows several of Al-Harbi clan to have been active fighters in Al-Qaeda:

When I heard he was from a very powerful Saudi family, I worried about this kind of thing happening.
</BLOCKQUOTE>
Why suddenly is al-Harbi being sent out of the country as the terror investigation is yet, ongoing?

On Wednesday evening, Reuters reported that President Obama held an unscheduled meeting this afternoon with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal at the White House.

The meeting, was closed to the press, as was Secretary of State John Kerry's Tuesday meeting with al-Faisal.

White House spokeswoman, Caitlin Hayden, described the curiously timed meeting in a statement, saying: "The president and Prince Saud al-Faisal reaffirmed the strong partnership between the United States and Saudi Arabia and discussed developments in the region, including the conflict in Syria."

Curiously enough, the Boston Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation scheduled a press conference for Wednesday afternoon to give an update on the investigation, and perhaps, to announce an arrest.

That briefing never happened.

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Tremendo peo que se le ha formado a la claque de 8 y al partido Democrata... Resulta que los terroristas son Chechenios, de un pais cuya poblacion es musulman Sunni y que estaban legalmente en el pais... habiendo llegado como refugiados. Probablemente ingresados por una de las agencais de esa industria que le cuesta al pais billones de dolares. A ver como pasa este lio por la opinion publica. De entrada ya ultimaron a uno y tiene la la ciudad bajo "ley Marcial" donde se les ha ordenado no salir de la casa en lo que buscan al restante terrorista puerta por puerta...

Cops: Boston must stay in place amid terror hunt
By EILEEN SULLIVAN, MEGHAN BARR and KATIE ZEZIMA The Associated Press
Updated: 2013-04-19T12:24:27Z
April 19
By EILEEN SULLIVAN, MEGHAN BARR and KATIE ZEZIMA
Associated Press




WATERTOWN, Mass. — All residents of Boston were ordered to stay in their homes Friday morning as the search for the surviving suspect in the marathon bombings continued after a long night of violence that left another suspect dead.

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis made the announcement that the entire city should stay indoors at a news conference where Gov. Deval Patrick said the remaining suspect, described as a dangerous terrorist, was still on the loose.


The developments came after the suspects killed an MIT police officer overnight, injured a transit officer in a firefight and threw explosive devices at police during their getaway attempt, authorities said as the manhunt intensified.


The suspects were identified to The Associated Press as coming from the Russian region near Chechnya, which has been plagued by an Islamic insurgency stemming from separatist wars. A law enforcement intelligence bulletin obtained by the AP identified the surviving bomb suspect as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, a 19-year-old who had been living in Cambridge, just outside Boston, and said he "may be armed and dangerous."
Two law enforcement officials told the AP that Tsarnaev and the other suspect, who was not immediately identified, had been living legally in the U.S. for at least one year.


In Boston, authorities suspended all mass transit and urged people to stay indoors as they searched for the remaining suspect, a man seen wearing a white baseball cap on surveillance footage from Monday's deadly bombing at the marathon finish line.
"We believe this man to be a terrorist," said Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. "We believe this to be a man who's come here to kill people."


Authorities urged residents in Watertown, Newton, Arlington, Waltham, Belmont, Cambridge and the Allston-Brighton neighborhoods of Boston to stay indoors. At least a quarter of a million people live in those suburbs. All mass transit was shut down, and businesses were asked not to open Friday. People waiting at bus and subway stops were told to go home.


The shutdown came hours after the killing of one suspect, known as the man in the black hat from marathon surveillance footage.


All modes of public transportation were shut down, including buses, subways, trolleys, commuter rail and boats, said Joe Pesaturo, spokesman for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.


The White House said President Barack Obama was being briefed on developments overnight by Lisa Monaco, his assistant for homeland security and counterterrorism.
The suspects' clashes with police began only a few hours after the FBI released photos and videos of the two young men, who were seen carrying backpacks as they mingled among marathon revelers. The bombings on Monday killed three people and wounded more than 180 others, and authorities revealed the images to enlist the public's help finding the suspects.


The images released by the FBI depict two young men, each wearing a baseball cap, walking one behind the other near the finish line. Richard DesLauriers, FBI agent in charge in Boston, said the suspect in the white hat was seen setting down a bag at the site of the second of two deadly explosions.


Authorities said surveillance tape recorded late Thursday showed the suspect known for the white hat during a robbery of a convenience store in Cambridge, near the campus of MIT, where a university police officer was killed while responding to a report of a disturbance, said State Police Col Timothy Alben. The officer died of multiple gunshot wounds.


From there, authorities say, the two men carjacked a man in a Mercedes-Benz, keeping him with them in the car for half an hour before releasing him at a gas station in Cambridge. The man was not injured.


The search for the vehicle led to a chase that ended in Watertown, where authorities said the suspects threw explosive devices from the car and exchanged gunfire with police. A transit police officer was seriously injured during the chase, authorities said.


In Watertown, witnesses reported hearing multiple gunshots and explosions at about 1 a.m. Friday. Dozens of police officers and FBI agents were in the neighborhood and a helicopter circled overhead.


Watertown resident Christine Yajko said she was awakened at about 1:30 a.m. by a loud noise, began to walk to her kitchen and heard gunfire.


"I heard the explosion, so I stepped back from that area, then I went back out and heard a second one," she said. "It was very loud. It shook the house a little."


She said a police officer later knocked on her door and told her there was an undetonated improvised explosive device in the street and warned her to stay away from the windows.


"It was on the street, right near our kitchen window," she said.
Yajko said she never saw the suspect who was on the loose and didn't realize the violence was related to the marathon bombings until she turned on the TV and began watching what was happening outside her side door.


State police spokesman David Procopio said, "The incident in Watertown did involve what we believe to be explosive devices possibly, potentially, being used against the police officers."


Boston cab driver Imran Saif said he was standing on a street corner at a police barricade across from a diner when he heard an explosion.
"I heard a loud boom and then a rapid succession of pop, pop, pop," he said. "It sounded like automatic weapons. And then I heard the second explosion."
He said he could smell something burning and advanced to check it out but area residents at their windows yelled at him, "Hey, it's gunfire! Don't go that way!"


Doctors at a Boston hospital where a suspect in the marathon bombings was taken and later died are saying they treated a man with a possible blast injury and multiple gunshot wounds.


MIT said right after the 10:30 p.m. shooting that police were sweeping the campus in Cambridge and urged people to remain indoors. They urged people urged to stay away from the Stata Center, a mixed-use building with faculty offices, classrooms and a common area.


The suspects' images were released hours after President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama attended an interfaith service in Boston to remember the dead and the wounded.


At the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Obama saluted the resolve of the people of Boston and mocked the bombers as "these small, stunted individuals who would destroy instead of build and think somehow that makes them important."
"We will find you," he warned.


In the past, insurgents from Chechnya and neighboring restive provinces in the Caucasus have been involved in terror attacks in Moscow and other places in Russia.
Those raids included a raid in Moscow in October 2002 in which a group of Chechen militants took 800 people hostage and held them for two days before special forces stormed the building, killing all 41 Chechen hostage-takers. Also killed were 129 hostages, mostly from effects of narcotic gas Russian forces used to subdue the attackers.


Chechen insurgents also launched a 2004 hostage-taking raid in the southern Russian town of Beslan, where they took hundreds of hostages. The siege ended in a bloodbath two days later, with more than 330 people, about half of them children, killed.
Insurgents from Chechnya and other regions also have launched a long series of bombings in Moscow and other cities in Russia. An explosion at the international arrivals hall at Moscow's Domodedovo airport in January 2011 killed at least 31 people and wounded more than 140.
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Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Dead Bombing Suspect: "I Don't Have a Single American Friend"







By David Weigel

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Posted Friday, April 19, 2013, at 8:03 AM



Police have identified Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, as the "black hat" bombing suspect, killed during the manhunt that followed. Readers have pointed out that Johannes Hirn made Tsarnaev the subject of a photo essay, "Will Box for Passport," taken before the boxer competed at National Golden Gloves competition in Salt Lake City. The captions give us a micro-profile of the suspect.


<BLOCKQUOTE>Tamerlan, who studies at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston and wants to become an engineer, took the semester off from school to train for the competition.
</BLOCKQUOTE>

<BLOCKQUOTE>Tamerlan fled Chechnya with his family because of the conflict in the early 90s, and lived for years in Kazakhstan before getting to the United States as a refugee.
</BLOCKQUOTE>

<BLOCKQUOTE>Originally from Chechnya, but living in the United States since five years, Tamerlan says: "I don't have a single American friend, I don't understand them."
</BLOCKQUOTE>

<BLOCKQUOTE>If he wins enough fights... Tamerlan says he could be selected for the US Olympic team and be naturalized American. Unless his native Chechnya becomes independent, Tamerlan says he would rather compete for the United States than for Russia.
</BLOCKQUOTE>

<BLOCKQUOTE>Tamerlan says he doesn't drink or smoke anymore: "God said no alcohol." A muslim, he says: "There are no values anymore," and worries that "people can't control themselves."
</BLOCKQUOTE>

This YouTube account may be Tsarnaev's.



UPDATE: Justin Hart located Tamerlan's Amazon wishlist. Among the hits:


- How to Make Driver's Licenses and Other ID on Your Home Computer



- The I.D. Forger: Homemade Birth Certificates & ​Other Documents Explained



- Secrets Of A Back Alley ID Man: Fake Id Construction Techniques Of The Underground



- The Lone Wolf And the Bear: Three Centuries of Chechen Defiance of Russian Rule



- Organized Crime: AN INSIDE GUIDE TO THE WORLD'S MOST SUCCESSFUL INDUSTRY



And, of course...


- How to Win Friends & Influ​ence People


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Aunque usted no lo crea... Si tan solo se hubieran hecho valer las leyes que ya existian, la matanza del maraton de Boston no hubiera pasado...

Boston Bomber Could Have Been Deported After 2009 Conviction





April 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 didn’t 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 JW’s source. The 19-year-old, who is still on the run, was granted asylum in Arlington Virginia on September 27, 2002, JW’s source reveals.

Years before these Chechen terrorists carried out the Boston Marathon bombings Judicial Watch uncovered critical intelligence documents detailing al Qaeda’s activities in Chechnya, including the creation of a 1995 camp—ordered by Osama bin Laden—to 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 they’ve 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.

There’s 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 it’s an “area unreachable by strikes from the west,” according to the intelligence report obtained by JW years ago.
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Vaya que el publico aporto y facilito la captura del terrorista Chechenio restante. Ahora falta interrogarlo y ver quien mas colaboro en lo que aparenta ser una operacion suicida por parte de estos dos tontos utiles que sumio a Boston en un "lockdown" que no es mas que una palabra moderna para el termino de "LEY MARCIAL"... Definitivamente esto es un tremendo problema para la propuesta de amnistia ya que quien sabe que otros elementoss terroristas y criminales estan aqui de manera legal e ilegal... Si acaso, el anticipado endurecimiento de medidas de seguridad bien puede llegar a replicar las de estados como Israel y lejos de recibir mas extranjeros de paises con animo en contra de los EEUU, bien podria empezar la practica de cancelar o no renovar los permisos de estancia (VISA) de los que estan aqui y la expulsion de los que se encuentren fuera de condicion legal (indocumentados)... No hablemos de la clase de gancho al higado que es esto para el ejecutivo de turno y las agencias que reciben pago del gobierno por procesar refugiados y que operan con las mas leves ilusiones de control... y le cuestan al fisco no menos de 900 millones de dolares cada año.

Boston Marathon fugitive Dzhokhar Tsarnaev caught after harrowing 22-hour chase



Search for Tsarnaev, 19, of Cambridge, locked down the Boston metro area and authorities pinned him down in a winterized boat in the a Watertown backyard. The second suspect was his sibling, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, who charged at police with explosives strapped to his chest when he was shot dead.


By Ginger Adams Otis , Bev Ford In Boston , Joseph Stepansky , Chelsia Rose Marcius , Mark Morales In Watertown, Mass. , Daniel Beekman AND Larry Mcshane / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Published: Friday, April 19, 2013, 8:57 AM


Updated: Saturday, April 20, 2013, 11:52 AM

our days after purportedly blowing up the Boston Marathon, the violent run of the brothers Tsarnaev reached its bloody finish line.

Fugitive Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, found wounded and cowering inside a drydocked boat, was arrested Friday night in the same suburban town where his big brother was killed hours earlier in a blazing gunfight with cops.

The 19-year-old suspect hid out inside the 22-foot pleasure boat after he was wounded in the firefight, where 200 bullets flew as homemade pipe bombs and grenades exploded in the darkness.

“The hunt is over. The search is done. The terror is over,” the Boston Police Department declared via Twitter. “And justice has won. Suspect in custody.”

A resident of the house went out for a cigarette after authorities ended their day-long hunt for Tsarnaev — and he spotted the terror suspect lying in a pool of blood in the bottom of his craft.

The immigrant college student swapped gunfire with the law enforcement horde that descended almost instantly on the home at 67 Franklin St. in Watertown, Mass., before finally surrendering.

Tsarnaev was listed in serious condition Friday night at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston.



President Obama, one day after addressing a Boston service for the three marathon victims, praised law enforcement for the arrest.

“As Americans, we refuse to be terrorized,” he said from the White House. “All in all, this has been a rough week, but we’ve seen the character of our country once more.”

The arrest came four days after the twin bombings, and one day after the FBI released incriminating photos of the siblings taken Monday afternoon, when three spectators died and 183 others were wounded at the 26.2-mile race.

The Watertown neighborhood erupted in wild, spontaneous cheers Friday evening, after a night of terror and a day under lockdown.

Cops and residents applauded as the ambulance carrying Tsarnaev zipped away.

“They caught him, thank God,” said Watertown resident Maggie Brislin, 27.

“USA! USA!” shouted others in the raucous crowd. “Boston! Boston!”

It was local resident David Henneberry who found the nation’s most sought-after fugitive.

Henneberry put down his smoke and grabbed a ladder to peer inside the 22-foot boat after noticing a strap was cut, stepson Robert Duffy told the Daily News.

He lifted the boat’s tarp “and saw a pool of blood,” said Duffy. “And then he saw what he thought was a body.”

Henneberry dialed 911, setting off an intense response from investigators who had spent the whole day fruitlessly searching the terrified town for the suspect.

“I heard they put a couple rounds through his boat,” said Duffy. “He’s not going to like that.”

The names of the dead — Martin Richard, 8, Krystle Campbell, 29, and Lu Lingzi, 23 — were invoked by investigators once Tsarnaev was in custody.

“I want to say how grateful I am” on their behalf, said Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.

The family of the youngest victim also expressed gratitude.

“Tonight, our family applauds the entire law enforcement community for a job well done, and trust that our justice system will now do its job,” a statement from the Richard family said.

Tsarnaev had dodged a manhunt waged by hundreds of cops after surviving a lethal gunbattle that mortally wounded his brother, Tamerlan, 26.

The kid brother actually ran over his dying sibling while speeding to freedom in a stolen SUV following the late-night shootout Thursday, the Boston Globe reported.

The slight teen in the hooded sweatshirt then slipped through a hole in the police perimeter, officials said.

Tsarnaev, described by friends and family as a pot-smoking college student who immigrated to the U.S. about 13 years ago, ignored a televised plea from his uncle to surrender.

The arrest of the baby-faced terror suspect was initially delayed because officials feared he was wearing a suicide vest loaded with explosives.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev had a bomb strapped to his chest when he charged at police following a 6-mile chase, during which the suspects lobbed pipe bombs at pursuing authorities.

Cops eventually used a robot to remove the tarp covering the boat where the accused teen terrorist was hiding, and a negotiating team convinced him to give up, cops said.



His temporary refuge was little more than half a mile from where Thursday night’s gunfight erupted.

The brothers were just the boys next door before going rogue, according to family and friends.

Both were athletes, and the younger boy embraced U.S. culture: Quoting Jay-Z on his Twitter feed, earning a $2,500 college scholarship and moving easily in local social circles.

In contrast, Tamerlan — blamed by some family members for radicalizing his kid brother — once said he had no American friends.

The exposure of the brothers as homicidal plotters dragged their reluctant families into the limelight.

In West New York, N.J., the FBI seized a computer, cell phones and other electronic devices from the home of sister Alina Tsarnaev.

The new mom hasn’t had contact with her brother in years, said local police director Michael Indri.

“She’s upset, she’s heartbroken, she’s shocked,” said Indri. “You can’t pick your family.”

The terror suspects were identified as ethnic Chechen brothers who embraced Islam. They have roots in the Dagestan region of Russia and the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan. They moved to Massachusetts from volatile Dagestan about a decade ago, according to their uncle.



Authorities searched the Cambridge residence the brothers shared as the Friday hunt for the younger sibling continued.

The wild night Thursday started with a robbery at a Cambridge 7-Eleven, where the terror suspects were among the customers, authorities said.

Ten minutes later, the bullet-riddled body of MIT campus police officer Sean Collier, 26, of Somerville, Mass., was found inside his vehicle. He had responded to the 7-Eleven heist, and authorities said he was cold-bloodedly executed.

The brothers then allegedly carjacked a Mercedes SUV and took its owner hostage at gunpoint.

The man was released unharmed about 30 minutes later at a Cambridge gas station before the cinematic shootout in Watertown — where the elder Tsarnaev was killed.

Watertown resident Rachel Belliveau recounted watching a black SUV “zooming like 90 mph” flee her neighborhood as cops unleashed a fusillade of bullets at it.

“I heard gunshots, yelling and screaming and more gunshots, at least 40 to 50,” Belliveau, 35, told The News. “Cops were yelling at people to get inside their houses ... yelling to other officers, ‘He went that way! Up the hill!’ ”

By sunrise, the streets were littered with bullet casings and an undetonated bomb outside one resident’s kitchen window. Snipers poked their rifles out of tanks, while helicopters hovered above.

Wounded in the gunfire and bomb-throwing was Richard Donohue, 33. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority officer remained hospitalized in critical but stable condition Friday afternoon, authorities said. The three-year police veteran is the married father of a 6-month-old child.

Three people from a New Bedford, Mass., housing complex, where the younger alleged bomber may have lived, were also taken into custody for questioning Friday night.

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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Miér Abr 24, 2013 9:18 am

Esto se pone cada dia mas bueno... Han de haber pensado que lso dos cabestros estos eran un par de organizadores comunitarios como Obama.... Ooooops, si lo son... como Obama.

Lawmaker: Russia apparently asked repeatedly about Tamerlan Tsarnaev





By CNN Staff
updated 7:48 AM EDT, Wed April 24, 2013

(CNN) -- Russia apparently contacted the FBI more than once about dead about Boston Marathon attack suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, a Virginia lawmaker told CNN Wednesday.

U.S. Rep. Robert Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, was asked about a newspaper report that said there wasn't just one point of contact between Russia and the FBI.

"We are hearing that," Goodlatte said.

Russia contacted the FBI at least one time, according to a federal law enforcement source, who spoke on condition of not being identified.

The source said the FBI found no suspicions of terrorist ties when it interviewed Tsarnaev and his family members and friends in 2011 after Russia asked U.S. authorities for information on the immigrant from the Caucasus region.
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Charlie319 el Lun Abr 29, 2013 10:10 pm

Oh,oh... Aquellos que les vieron cara de becerro a los dos chechenitos, preparense...Como decia el lema de Clubman... Detras de un hombre que viste de Clubman hay una mujer... La pregunta es: "Cual?" La mujer del Tamerlan o la madre de los dos zoquetes?





Katherine Russell Under Scrutiny After Female DNA Found on Boston Bomb

by Michael Daly Apr 29, 2013 9:17 PM EDT


Maybe a sales clerk who sold the pressure cooker left female DNA on what would become a Boston bomb. Or could Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife have been involved? Plus, the Canadian boxer connection.






When it received the bomb fragments from the attack on the Boston Marathon, the Terrorist Explosive Devices Analytical Center had processed more than 80,000 IEDs from the overseas war on terror.

Katherine Russell, right, wife of Boston Marathon bomber suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, leaves the law office of DeLuca and Weizenbaum with Amato DeLuca, left, on April 29, 2013, in Providence, R.I. (Stew Milne/AP)


As they so often had with IED pieces recovered in Iraq and Afghanistan, the TEDAC technicians subjected the fragments from this domestic bombing to a series of forensic tests that included DNA.


The surprise, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, came when TEDAC discovered female DNA on a fragment of a device that supposedly had been assembled and planted by the Tsarnaev brothers and nobody else.


There was a chance that the fragment had been handled at some point by a sales clerk who sold the pressure cooker or by somebody who retrieved the fragment. It was even possible that the piece had been blown clear through some innocent victim.


But there was also a chance that Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife had been more involved than she has led investigators to believe. She submitted to a DNA swab after some discussions between the authorities and her lawyer.


A positive match could lead to an arrest.


A negative would go a long way toward dispelling suspicions that she was somehow complicit.

This file image from a Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security joint bulletin, shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs that exploded during the Boston Marathon. (FBI via AP)


In the meantime, it is worth considering whether there is some psychic connection between the marathon attack and a twin bombing last May. That previous attack killed 10 more than died in Boston, but it was on an ordinary workday in distant Makhachkala, and it received barely a mention in the American media.


One person on whom this bombing in the capital city of Dagestan undoubtedly made a big impression was Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was visiting family there at the time. It is hard to imagine that people in Makhachkala spoke much of anything else in the immediate aftermath, especially after authorities announced that it had been a suicide attack carried out by siblings, a 25-year-old brother and his 19-year-old sister.


The Islamic militants believed to be behind the attack were still at large and the city was placed under a “special counter-terrorist regime” that could not have escaped Tamerlan’s attention. People were subject to being stopped and questioned at any time and liable to be detained if they were unable to explain satisfactorily their purpose for being out and about.


The authorities also are given blanket permission to tap telephones. That may have even been when the Russians supposedly recorded Tamerlan and his mother talking about jihad, an understandable topic of conversations in such circumstances.


On May 19, police surrounded the Makhachkala hideout of the man said to be the mastermind of the attack, 19-year-old Mahmoud Mansur Nidal. He negotiated for the three women and a child who were with him to come out safely. He then refused to surrender and was killed in the ensuing shootout.


Later, Russian authorities would say Nidal occasionally frequented a mosque where Tamerlan sometimes prayed during his visit, though there are no present reports that the two had any dealings.


The highly regarded Russian opposition newspaper Novaya Gazeta has reported that Tamerlan did have at least online dealings with another Islamic militant who was active in Dagestan, 23-year-old William Plotnikov.


Both men had emigrated from Russia in their teens, Tamerlan from Dagestan to Cambridge, Plotnikov from Siberia to Toronto. Both had been highly regarded amateur boxers before becoming Islamic extremists. Plotnikov’s transformation had been all the more startling because his parents are Christian.

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In September 2010, Plotnikov left a note on the kitchen table of his family's Toronto home saying he had jetted off to France for Ramadan. The family learned that he had in fact gone to Dagestan and asked the Russian authorities to dissuade him from joining up with the militants there.


That December, Plotnikov was interviewed by the security services. Novaya Gazeta reports that when he was asked who he had been communicating with online, the names he gave included Tamerlan Tsarnaev.


If that is so, it may well be what prompted the Russians to ask the FBI to conduct a check on Tamerlan. It also would explain why the Russians were not more specific, as they had not uncovered enough to warrant detaining Plotnikov even under their far more flexible guidelines. The Russians appear to have been satisfied when Plotnikov agreed to leave Dagestan.


But Plotnikov had no sooner reached Moscow than he headed back to Dagestan. He joined up with a band of insurgents and became known as “The Canadian.” He made a video in which he asked one of his comrades, “What do you do?”


“Terrorism,” the comrade replied. “I kill kafirs.”


Kafirs being non-believers, the enemy being much more than just Russians. Plotnikov used the term when taking a turn at speaking before the camera.


“I ask Allah that the next season he’ll give us the opportunity to kill as many kafirs as we can,” he said. “Just to shred them to pieces.”


Tamerlan also had begun speaking about kafirs when he came to visit his family in Dagestan in January 2012. He may or may not have met up with the fellow boxer with whom he reportedly had cyber chats two years before.


On July 14, Plotnikov and seven other insurgents were killed in a nighttime ambush in a forest outside the city. The security services came asking for Tamerlan at his father’s house in Makhachkala several days later.


The father reportedly told them that Tamerlan had returned to America. The security services reportedly did not believe him at first, especially since Tamerlan had applied for a new Russian passport at the end of June and had not yet picked it up. Authorities began checking the bus and train stations, as well as the airports.


Wittingly or no, Tamerlan was a step ahead of them, having flown to Moscow on July 16, two days after Plotnikov was killed. Tamerlan flew from there to New York on July 17. He continued on to Cambridge, where he had been living with his wife and young daughter, so far from Makhachkala that the bombing had passed without notice and nobody had heard of Nidal or Plotnikov.


By February, Tamerlan was assembling the makings of his own bombs with the intent of bringing jihadist violence to the Boston Marathon on Patriot’s Day. These bombs were also to be planted by siblings, only both were male and neither was apparently ready to blow up himself along with his victims.


The question now is whether there was a female involved in the making of the bombs in Boston that got the attention of the whole world.
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Charlie319 el Miér Mayo 01, 2013 8:45 am

Con la intencion de no quitar el dedo del renglon en lo que es una verdadera verguenza para el aparato de inteligencia de los EEUU, les traemos una informacion de como fue que estos dos gamberros musulmanoides terminaron en este pais... http://www.madcowprod.com/2013/04/26/boston-bombers-uncle-married-daughter-of-top-cia-official/

Boston bombers’ uncle married daughter of top CIA official



Posted on April 26, 2013 by Daniel Hopsicker



The uncle of the two suspected Boston bombers in last week’s attack, Ruslan Tsarni, was married to the daughter of former top CIA official Graham Fuller

The discovery that Uncle Ruslan Tsarni had spy connections that go far deeper than had been previously known is ironic, especially since the mainstrean media's focus yesterday was on a feverish search to find who might have recruited the Tsarnaev brothers.

The chief suspect was a red-haired Armenian exorcist. They were fingering a suspect who may not, in fact, even exist.

It was like blaming one-armed hippies on acid for killing your wife.





Ruslan Tsarni married the daughter of former top CIA official Graham Fuller, who spent 20 years as operations officer in Turkey, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Afghanistan, and Hong Kong. In 1982 Fuller was appointed the National Intelligence Officer for Near East and South Asia at the CIA, and in 1986, under Ronald Reagan, he became the Vice-Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, with overall responsibility for national level strategic forecasting.



At the time of their marriage, Ruslan Tsarni was known as Ruslan Tsarnaev, the same last name as his nephews Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the alleged bombers.

It is unknown when he changed his last name to Tsarni.

What is known is that sometime in the early 1990’s, while she was a graduate student in North Carolina, and he was in law school at Duke, Ruslan Tsarnaev met and married Samantha Ankara Fuller, the daughter of Graham and Prudence Fuller of Rockville Maryland. Her middle name suggests a reference to one of her father’s CIA postings.

The couple divorced sometime before 2004.

Today Ms. Fuller lives abroad, and is a director of several companies pursuing strategies to increase energy production from clean-burning and renewable resources.



On a more ominous note, Graham Fuller was listed as one of the American Deep State rogues on Sibel Edmonds' State Secrets Privilege Gallery,. Edmonds explained it featured subjects of FBI investigations she became aware of during her time as an FBI translator.

Criminal activities were being protected by claims of State Secrets, she asserted. After Attorney General John Ashcroft went all the way to the Supreme Court to muzzle her under a little-used doctrine of State Secrets, she put up twenty-one photos, with no names.

One of them was Graham Fuller.

"Congress of Chechen International" c/o Graham Fuller





A story about a Chechen oik exec/uncle pairing up with a top CIA official who once served as CIA Station Chief in Kabul sounds like a pitch for a bad movie.

But the two men may have been in business together.

In 1995, Tsarnaev incorporated the Congress of Chechen International Organizations in Maryland, using as the address listed on incorporation documents 11114 Whisperwood Ln, in Rockville Maryland, the home address of his then-father-in-law.

It is just eight miles up the Washington National Pike from the Montgomery Village home where “Uncle Ruslan” met—and apparently wowed, the press after the attack in Boston.

The Washington Post yesterday called him a "media maven," while nationally syndicated Washington Post columnist Ester Cepeda , in a piece with the headline “The Wise Words of Uncle Ruslan” opined that he was her choice for "an award for bravery in the face of adversity.”

Success through indirection, mis-direction, redirection, and protection





Uncle Ruslan’s spy connections go far deeper than was already known, which was that he spent two years working in Kazakhstan for USAID.

But the mainstream media was lookng the other way.

Under the headline “Did 'Misha' influence Tsarnaevs? In Watertown, doubts,” USA Today reported: “Misha. A new name has emerged in the Boston Marathon bombing case—one familiar to the family of the two young men accused of the atrocity and apparently of interest to the Russian and American security services as well.”

Ruslan Tsarni was the first to bring up the supposed man's supposed name. Or rather, he brought up a first name: Misha. But it was enough. We were off to the races…

Attention all cars: Be on lookout for chubby Armenian exorcist



Tsarni described Misha to CNN as being "chubby, a big guy, big mouth presenting himself with some kind of abilities as exorcist . . . having some part-time job in one of the stores, not married. All of the qualifications of a loser, just another big mouth.”

According to Uncle Ruslan, Misha was the man who over a considerable period of time had radicalized Tamerlan.

It seemed strange, then, that in contrast to his “you are there” verbal picture of the man, even with all his supposed concerns, and given his high level of education and abundant resources (Big Sky Energy was paying him in excess of $200,00 a year, according to documents filed with the SEC) Ruslan had somehow never found out just who the bad guy was.

He never got a name, something that in spook-dom is considered something of a faux pas. Then again, no one else had either.

Worse, Tsarni's vivid description seemed to be taken from personal observation, from, in other words…real life. But that isn’t possible. Tsarni had stated he hadn’t been physically in the presence of his Boston relatives since December 2005. And Misha, if he existed, didn’t show up on the scene until 2008 at the earliest.

Still, just a few days later, the entire family began chiming in. Misha anecdotes were flying fast & furious, and the nation’s scribblers were busy uncritically scribbling down their every word.

Maybe their Twitter account got hacked again?





No performance was nearly as masterful, however, as that of the Associated Press.

“Bomb suspect influenced by mysterious radical,” reported the Associated Press.

"Tamerlan's relationship with Misha could be a clue in understanding the motives behind his religious transformation and, ultimately, the attack itself," reported the Associate Press. Only to take it all back in the very next line.

"Two U.S. officials say he had no tie to terrorist groups."

The AP’s “story” about the mysterious “Misha” was 1145 words, long enough for an editor to squeeze in a caveat.

“It was not immediately clear whether the FBI has spoken to Misha or was attempting to,” the national wire service reported. “Efforts over several days by The Associated Press to identify and interview Misha have been unsuccessful.”

The big difference: when you do it, its conspiracy theory. When we do it, its informed speculation.





In any other context, this might be seen as the rankest kind of “conspiracy theory.” But, apparently, when the Associated Press does it, its news.

Then Uncle Ruslan made a clear mis-step.

“An uncle of the alleged bombers claims that Misha, an Armenian convert to Islam, had a huge influence on the elder brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Describing him as an "Armenia exorcist, Tsarni said, “Somehow he just took his brain.”

Armenians are a deeply-rooted Christian community, which is proud of the fact that their country was the first in the world to adopt Christianity as state religion in 301 AD.

Moreover this is the week every year when they remember the Armenian Holocaust, when as many as 1,000,000 Armenians were slaughtered by Turkish Muslims.

In the large and close-knit Boston Armenian community, a red-bearded Armenian named Misha becoming a radicalized Muslim would stand out.

"I've never heard of him, nor has anyone that I know," Hilda Avedissian, executive director at the Armenian Cultural & Educational Centre.

So what if the guy was involved with biggest bank fraud in history?





"For an Armenian to convert to Islam is like finding a unicorn in a field," Nerses Zurabyan, 32, an information technology director who lives in nearby Cambridge told USA Today.

The report reveals that the bomber’s Uncle, made famous for his outspoken condemnation of his nephew’s which aired repeatedly on international news networks, is a well-connected oil executive who at one point worked for a Halliburton shell company used as a front to obtain oil contracts from the Kazakh State.

Ruslon Tsarni was implicated in an investigation involving the laundering and theft of $6 billion. But everybody loves Uncle Ruslon. At least most of America’s mainstream media does.

There has, to date, been no speculation at all about whether an uncle of the men suspected of the bombing who had been involved in international intrigue at the hightest levels, and who married the daughter of a top CIA official, might warrant a closer look.

It’s enough, isn’t it, to turn even reasonably rational adults into—gasp!—conspiracy theorists.

“News,” someone once wrote, “is selection. And selection is always based on an ideology and agenda, which is something to remember next time you watch, listen or read the ‘news.’”

Too true.
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Re: Explosiones en la meta del Maraton de Boston...

Mensaje por Chemo el Miér Mayo 01, 2013 11:41 am

1 de mayo de 2013

11:29 a.m.



FBI arresta a nuevos sospechosos por atentado en Boston

Según medios estadounidenses, se trata de tres estudiantes universitarios



Por ELNUEVODIA.COM


La Policía de Boston anunció en su cuenta de Twitter que el Negociado Federal de Investigaciones (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés) arrestó a otros tres sospechosos por el atentado terrorista en el Maratón de Boston.




Según el Boston Globe, los detenidos son estudiantes universitarios.

Tras el ataque realizado el 15 de abril, tres personas murieron y otras 260 resultaron heridas.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, uno de los sospechosos, murió en medio de una balacera con la Policía varios días después. Su hermano menor, Dzhokhar, fue capturado y se recupera de varias heridas de bala en un hospital carcelario.

Dzhokhar fue acusado por las autoridades federales por usar armas de destrucción masiva.
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