Prof. Michel Chossudovsky: The Chechen Connection, Al Qaeda and the Boston Marathon Bombings!

Global Research will be publishing a series of articles and reports, with a view to promoting Boston Truth. The underlying objective is to confront and challenge the official version of events, concerning the Boston bombings, as well as the twisted and convoluted interpretations of the mainstream media. We invite our readers to endorse Boston Truth, and spread the word on social media, independent media and blog sites. Nine thousand heavily armed police, including SWAT teams, were deployed in a manhunt to capture a 19 year old student at U-Mass, after his brother, Tamerian Tsarnaev, the alleged Boston Marathon terror mastermind, was shot dead by police, allegedly after a car chase, and shoot out with police. Prior to the conduct of a police investigation, the 19 year old student has already been designated as guilty. The fundamental legal principle of innocent until proven guilty has been scrapped. In the words of President Obama, a graduate of Harvard Law School, the Boston 19 year old student is guilty of heinous crimes, without evidence, and prior to being charged in a court of law. Whatever hateful agenda drove these suspects to such heinous crimes, without evidence, and prior to being charged in a court of law. Whatever hateful agenda drove these men to such heinous acts will not, cannot, prevail. Whatever they thought they could achieve, they have already failed. Why did young men,who grew up and studied here as part of our communities, and our country resort to such violence? Coupled with the alleged anthrax and ricin letters in Washington DC, which mysteriously surfaced in the immediate wake of the Boston tragedy, both Washington and the media, have underscored the Tsarnaev brothers tenuous ties to Chechnya's militant jihadist insurgency. According to the Wall Street Journal, quoting expert scholarly opinion: the Chechen family background is maybe a part of what leads the two suspects to do what they do, said Lorenzo Vidino, an expert on Chechen militants at the Center for Security Studies in Zurich. A profile on the Russian social networking site V-kontakte, that appears to belong to Dzhonar Tsarnaev, includes o propaganda clip, rallying jihadists to go to Syria, to fight alongside rebels there, citing sayings from the Prophet Muhammad. Amply documented, it just happens that the jihadist foreign fighters in Syriam are recruited by the US and its allies. What is implied is that even if the suspects are not tied to a Muslim extremist network, their embedded cultural heritage and Muslim background incites them quite naturally, to commit acts of violence.

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