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Boston Bombing Trial: FBI Murders Witness

May 22, 2013


27-year-old Ibragim Todashev was a Chechnyan friend of the deceased Boston Bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Todashev was shot dead in his Orlanodo Florida apartment overnight by an "unidentified" FBI agent. The FBI claims that Todashev tried to attack them with a knife. What???

Was Todashev suicidal? Attacking the FBI with a knife is suicidal. Does this story sound fishy?


The trial of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was delayed yesterday because of "complex issues surrounding the case". Do those complex issues involve the compelling testimony and evidence of Ibragim Todashev who has now been silenced - permanently?

Before Todashev was shot overnight by the FBI, Todashev and his friend Taramiv were interviewed by the FBI for about three hours.

"(The FBI) took me and my friend, (Ibragim Todashev). They were talking to us, both of us, right? And they said they need him for a little more, for a couple more hours, and I left, and they told me they’re going to bring him back. They never brought him back. He felt inside he was going to get shot. I told him, 'Everything is going to be fine, don't worry about it.' He said, 'I have a really bad feeling."

Todashev met Boston bomber suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in Boston while competing in mixed martial arts, Taramov said. "They met a few times because [Todashev] was an MMA fighter and [Tsarnaev] was a boxer. They just knew each other. That’s it...He was not radical at all. He was a Muslim. I am a Muslim... I know he didn't do nothing."


Taramiv says the FBI had been tracking Todashev ever since the Boston bombings and Todashev felt like they were building a false case against him. He felt like there was gonna be a bad setup against him, says Taramov.

Taramov said Todashev had planned to travel back to Chechnya. "He had a [plane] ticket to New York. From there, he was going to go home. He said the plane ticket was purchased before the Boston bombings. The FBI was pushing him to stay, saying, ‘We want to interview you one last time."

“He cancelled the tickets because, the FBI had been like, I don’t know, they’ve been pushing him, you know what I’m saying. They’ve been pushing him they say don’t leave; don’t leave so he decided to stay. But we had a feeling, worst case scenario something like that was going to happen. You know what I mean,” said Taramov.

An FBI post-shooting incident review team has been dispatched from Washington, D.C., and expected to arrive in Orlando within 24 hours. The unidentified agent sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Since there were no independent witnesses of the FBI killing, it is unknown if Todashev actually pulled a knife on his "unidentified" FBI interviewer.


According to NBC News, Todashev was not suspected of having a role in the Boston bombings, but he confessed to investigators that "he played a role" in an unsolved triple murder case in which three men were discovered in an apartment in Waltham, Mass., their throats cut and bodies covered in marijuana.


The Orlando Sun Sentine reported that Todashev was arrested earlier this month on aggravated assault charges and booked in Orange County, Florida.

According to his friend, the incident was self-defense, but Todashev left the scene after being jumped by two (FBI?) assailants and fighting them off.

In that [FRAMED] incident, Todashev told deputies he got in a fight with a (FBI?) man over a parking space at the Orlando Premium Outlet mall and "was only fighting to protect his knee because he had surgery in March," according to the arrest report.

The Sheriff's office report says that two men were fighting and one—later identified as Todashev—was leaving the scene in a vehicle, while the other was on the ground, appeared unconscious, and surrounded by "a considerable amount of blood."

Deputies pursued Todashev, pulled him over and ordered him out of his car at gunpoint, according to the report. The victim, who had a split upper lip and "several teeth knocked out of place," did not want to press charges, according to the report.

What? The victim didn't want to press charges? Does this story sound FAKE AND FISHY, too?

Taramov says the day that federal agents identified the Tsarnaev brothers as the Boston bombing suspects, FBI agents came to the apartment complex and started questioning a few people of Chechnyan descent. “One day they started questioning us, next day after the bombing, not the bombing , after they found out the bombers were Chechnyans, and they started following us, watching us, they pretty much told the guy from his apartment and they start following us, watching us like everyday,” said Taramov.

Some advocates for the Chechen community have expressed concern that Russian intelligence officers might be steering the F.B.I. to target Chechens in the United States who are hostile to Russia but have nothing to do with terrorism.


The FBI murder of Todashev took place near Universal Studios. How appropriate. This murder is just the latest episode in the false flag Boston Bombing "reality TV" show. It is part of a continuing series of a new genre called "entertainment news".

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