How the FBI Covered Up Its Negligence and Interactions With the Boston Marathon Bombers

Michele R. McPhee is an American author, talk radio host, and five-time Emmy nominated investigative journalist from Boston, McPhee also worked as columnist and correspondent to the Boston Herald, was the New England reporter for ABC News, and a general assignment reporter with the television station WCVB

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……longtime Boston investigative journalist Michele McPhee argues persuasively in her book, “Maximum Harm,” that the feds have been keeping important information about this tragedy from the public.

In this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast with Jeff Schechtman, McPhee fingers Tamerlan Tsarnaev as an FBI informant gone rogue. She talks about compelling evidence that the Tsarnaev brothers were not the bombmakers, and asks how Tamerlan was able to travel back and forth to Russia despite being on two government watch lists and having no apparent financial resources.

She also discusses the role that the US intelligence community played in covering up the key fact that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was one of its protected “assets.”

……Michele McPhee: ……Remember, the FBI cannot operate overseas and the CIA cannot operate domestically, but when you look into Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s history from his arrival in the United States in 2002, he had a connection to the CIA via his uncle. We all remember, perhaps the uncle that came out and declared his nephews were losers. He was sort of a national celebrity for a little bit just because he was outspoken about what his nephews had done. Well, Ruslan Tsarnaev in 2002, was married to Samantha Ankara Fuller, who was the daughter of a CIA official named Graham Fuller. In 2002, Graham Fuller was the CIA station chief in Ankara, Turkey, which is exactly where the whole Tsarnaev family originated their political asylum case from. The whole family from Russia gets into the country via Ankara, Turkey, where Ruslan’s father-in-law was the station chief. Obviously, the FBI was not the only agency that had interaction with Tamerlan Tsarnaev, but how they lost control, and that’s what you’re referring to, is this travel. Tamerlan Tsarnaev had raised alarm bells in Russia with counterterrorism officials. They sent a warning to the FBI legal attaché in Russia saying: “We have intercepted text messages between a Canadian jihadi and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. We’re concerned; this is the information we have been able to gather.” That, of course is what sparked the FBI’s original visits to the Tsarnaev household in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Well, apparently they opened the case and they claimed they shut the case in June. But that didn’t stop any interaction between the FSD and American counterterrorism officials. In September of 2011, the FSD sent a second letter, this time to the CIA saying we’ve intercepted more alarming text messages and emails between Tamerlan Tsarnaev of Cambridge, Massachusetts and well known jihadi and jihadi sympathizers here in Russia. We believe he is going to travel to Russia and join the jihad. Well, inexplicably that was ignored and in January of 2012, that’s exactly what Tamerlan Tsarnaev did. The only action that US counterterrorism officials took was adding him to two separate terror watch lists. So, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, when he left the country in January of 2012 was on two terror watch lists, he did not have an American passport, he traveled with a passport that had been issued in Kyrgyzstan and yet while he was in Russia, he reported that passport stolen. He spent more than six months in a terrorist hotbed in Dagestan and returned while on two separate watch lists, this time without his Kyrgyz passport and breezes through customs with no problems whatsoever. A lot of people in law enforcement say that people had to have pulled the strings to allow Tamerlan to get in and out of the country with such ease while he’s on all of these terror watch lists.

 

Read the entire interview. It will make your blood boil.

 

 

McPhee followed up with a second book about the terrorist bombing, Mayhem: Unanswered Questions about the Tsarnaev Brothers, the US Government and the Boston Marathon Bombing.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev was questioned by FBI in 2011 at the request of the Russian government over suspected ties to an extremist group. The questioning did not produce any “derogatory” information and the matter was put “to bed,” a US law enforcement source said. That was a fucking mistake. As a matter of fact, the Russians tipped the FBI to information that Tsarnaev had ties to extremists connected to a Boston mosque. That mosque also has ties to ISIS.

About a month after Tamerlan returned to the U.S. from Russia, he created a YouTube page that featured multiple jihadist videos from Abdul al-Hamid al-Juhani (radical muslim in Chechnya), and Feiz Mohammad, an extremist Salafi Lebanese preacher based in Australia.  There’s also a possibility that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was inspired by Doku Umarov, a Chechen terrorist known as “Russia’s Bin Laden”.

Their propensity for jihad runs in the family.

These little motherfuckers could have been stopped from carrying out their terrorist attack if the FBI had taken the threat seriously.

Now it all makes sense.

 

Related article:

https://www.wbur.org/artery/2020/04/14/michele-mcphee-mayhem-boston-marathon-bombing

 

1 thought on “How the FBI Covered Up Its Negligence and Interactions With the Boston Marathon Bombers”

  1. I would not be surprised to find America-hating Obama’s signature on some of the orders that allowed the Tsarnaev brothers in and out so easily.

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