Eyewitness: ‘Tamerlan was run over by Boston police and then shot multiple times’
We’re continuing to revisit the Boston Bombing crime scene – from the beginning. Here’s something we’ve uncovered recently which should be of interest…
The official explanation told to the public by law enforcement and FBI is that the older brother in question was shot in a fire fight with police and then run over by a stolen Mercedes SUV driven by his younger brother Dzhokhar.
[Ken Adachi note: A commenter in the WEEI interview posting reminded listeners that CBS News reported that the Tsarnaev brothers had reportedly taken a Mercedes SUV. Eyewitness "Linda" says that Tamilan Tsarnaev was run over by a police SUV. Boston Police reported that Tamilan's brother, Dzhokhar, had backed over Tamilan while escaping from the scene. Linda's eyewitness testimony is 100% opposite that of the official police account of what had taken place, but does jibe with the mother's accusation that Boston Police had murdered her son without justification.
where a caller named “Linda” explains how the shootout transpired on Dexter Street [ specifically the corner of Dexter & Laurel Avenues] in Watertown during the early morning hours. She is describing how she saw the first suspect, Tamerlan, was run over by a police SUV and then mortally wounded by multiple police gun shots, after which time the police began their incredible manhunt for the second suspect Dzhokhar. She ends the interview by stating how the police had ordered her to stay inside for the rest of the night.
More and more, it appears that perhaps suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was terminated with extreme prejudice. So we are posing this question: does someone not want either of these two brothers to tell their story in public? Listen, and you decide…
Youtube audio clip of Waertown eyewitness Linda over WEEI FM radio (Boston) on April 19, 2013,
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