"Several" Law Enforcement Personnel Were Inside Ibragim's Home When He Was Killed
[Editor's Note: We can only arrive at conclusions based of the information presented to us in the media. According to the May 29 article in the UK Mail, Ibragim was arrested at gun point at a Florida mall parking lot by a security guard on May 4 following an assault on a man during a parking space dispute. Ibragim complained that he hit the man because he "got into my face" (if this story is true). After several hours of questioning in his home on May 22, now shortly after midnight, it's easy to see how Ibragim's patience would have been wearing thin. Coupled with abusive questioning and accusations (very typical of FBI behavior with a "suspect" like Ibragim), it's not hard to envision someone with Ibragim's pugilistic personality to fly off the handle and react. It's possible he may have been intentionally provoked - while the other law enforcement personnel were in another room - in order to justify a defense shooting (or it may have been simply a consequence of provoking a quick temper boxer too far and for too long). Still, I don't buy the story that Ibragim was alone with one FBI guy when the shooting occured. If Ibragim was not cuffed and otherwise unrestrained, the police and FBI would not allow him alone with one FBI agent. Surely, the government knew that he had a ticket to fly back to Chectnya within a month. Once out of the country, they now have a loose canon who could tell us a much different tale about the Tsarnaev brothers than the one told by the FBI. If two of their own FBI agents involved in the case "accidentally" fall out of a helicopter during a "training exercise," then staging Ibragim's shooting, doesn't seem to be a much of a stretch (remember, it was the FBI who took an uninjured and naked Tamerlan into custody a little after midnight on April 18 in Watertown. After photographing him, the FBI told the embedded media that they "let him go" because it was "someone else," although they never identified who the "someone else" was and the press made no attempt to find the "someone else" in order to interveiw him about the experience.
I also find it difficult to believe FBI statements that Ibragim admitted to participating in the killing, with Tamerlan Tsarnaev, of 3 people in 2011. Who simply
"admits" to such a thing, in his own home no less, out of the blue, without a lawyer? That's as ridiculous as accepting FBI statements that the remaining Tsarnaev brother willingly admitted to them in the hospital that Tamerlan and he were responsible for the multi-actor, multi-agency Boston Marathon Bombing ruse, one of the most obvious and easy-to-recognize false flag operations seen to date.
One comment posted at Youtube video showing Tameraln (or "someone else") being photographed by the FBI in the early morning hours of April 18, 2013)
I've looked everywhere for the identity of the 'naked suspect' and can't find him. If he wasn't Tamerlan Tsarnaev then why can't we find him all these days later? Why hasn't he surfaced yet? Surely he would know about all the videos about him on the internet. Why hasn't he stepped up? Maybe he can't because he's Tamerlan Tsarnaev and he's dead! ]
May 30, 2013
In the statement about Todashev’s shooting issued on the day of the incident, the FBI said that an agent, along with two Massachusetts State Police troopers and other law enforcement personnel, were interviewing “an individual” in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing investigation when a “violent confrontation was initiated by the individual.”
An agent sustained non-life-threatening injuries, later described by one law enforcement official as “some cuts and abrasions.”
Initial reports citing anonymous law-enforcement individuals provided conflicting accounts of what happened. Some law enforcement officials said Todashev wielded a knife and others suggested that he attempted to grab the FBI agent’s gun.
One law enforcement official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, said Wednesday that Todashev lunged at the agent and overturned a table. But the official said Todashev did not have a gun or a knife. A second official also said Todashev was unarmed.
An official said that according to one account of the shooting, the other law enforcement officials had just stepped out of the room, leaving the FBI agent alone with Todashev, when the confrontation occurred.
The shooting followed hours of questioning by the law enforcement officials that had begun the night before.
Todashev’s father said after the shooting that he didn’t believe the FBI’s account of why they killed his son.
“My son could never commit a crime, I know my son too well,” Abdul-Baki Todashev, who lives in Chechnya, told the Daily Beast Web site. “He worked helping disabled people in America and did sports, coached other sportsmen. The FBI made up their accusations.”
Todashev, a martial arts fighter, met Tamerlan Tsarnaev in fighting circles in Boston before Todashev moved to Orlando.
Todashev’s family said he had a ticket to fly to Russia this month and planned to spend the summer in his native Chechnya.
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