Thursday, June 13, 2013

Why did FBI tip-off Boston suspects, resulting in Collier's death? FBI killed Collier

One thing we know for sure: the FBI knew exactly who the suspects in the surveillance photos were, days before it appealed to the public for help in identifying them. They had been investigating them for the last 2 years. So why did they play dumb and appeal to the public for help in identifying the two men in the surveillance photos, which caused them to flee and embark on the rampage which, according to the FBI, resulted in the death of MIT officer Sean Collier?

The minute those photos came out, every man in the Boston counter-terrorism unit should have said "That's Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his little brother." The Boston counter-terrorism unit had placed Tamerlan on at least one terrorism watch list, had interviewed him in their offices, and investigated his family. It kept getting warnings about him from Russian intelligence, as late as Oct. 2012. Yet on Thursday April 18 at around 5pm, Boston Special Agent Richard Deslauriers, head of the Boston division, held a press conference to release the surveillance photos and said:

"the public will play a critical role in identifying and locating them. Somebody out there knows these individuals as friends, neighbors, co-workers, or family members of the suspects."
Moreover, the M.O. of using pressure cooker bombs, spaced seconds apart, had Chechnya written all over it.   Paul J. Murray, a US counterterrorism expert and author of "Allah’s Angels: Chechen Women in War," told USNI News:
“The same scenario occurs frequently in the North Caucasus, using a single bomb, often in a trash can, then when emergency services arrive, a second bomb goes off, sometimes a third one.”

The rest is history. They knew who the suspects were, and knew where they lived (Tamerlan at 190 Norfolk St. in Cambridge.) They could have surrounded the house and captured or killed them before they panicked and went on the rampage that allegedly killed Collier. Someone tell me how the FBI is not responsible for Collier's death, if in fact the brothers killed him.

Note: the Boston FBI has a history of tipping off notorious criminals who it happens to be working with, like Whitey Bulger.

Surveillance photo released by FBI on Thursday April 18

MIT police officer Sean Collier

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