It is now been confirmed that the Muslims who blew people up at the Boston Marathon were responsible for the triple murder of three Jewish boys whose throats were slashed on September 11, 2011, the tenth anniversary of the September 11th jihad attack on America.
If law enforcement was properly schooled in the jihadic doctrine and Islamic teaching, they would have known that the slaughter of Jews is one of the highest forms of jihad under Islam. If law enforcement were properly trained in the Islamic threat, they would have known that the throat slashing (beheading) of three Jews on the anniversary of September 11 was an act of war.
Why didn't they know? Because Islamic supremacist groups, Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas groups like CAIR, have relentlessly worked to dismantle counter-terror programs of any and all references of jihad and Islamic teachings. And they have succeeded. Obama has scrubbed all references to Islamic jihad from counter terror manuals and training materials.
If law enforcement had been properly trained in the jihad threat, they would have worked with FBI and CIA to identify the Muslims who murdered these Jewish boys. The Tsarnaev brothers were already on the FBI and CIA radar. The Russians and the Saudis had alerted both security agencies of their jihad ties.
If law enforcement had been properly trained, the Boston bombing would never have happened. People would not have lost their lives, their limbs .....
This wasn't a tough crime to solve. As soon as I heard about a triple throat slashing murder of Jews on 9/11, I knew. And I am no Agatha Christie.
This is the human cost of dhimmitude and submission to Islam in America. And we have only just begun paying with blood.
And lastly, why does the media continue to omit the fact that the victims from the 9/11/01 jihad murder were Jewish? It is one of the the most crucial facts of the case.
The witness to the jihad murder of these Jews was killed by the FBI when he was being interrogated.
Did Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev steal the gun used to kill police officer Sean Collier from victims of 2011 triple homicide?
The Daily Mail (thanks to Andrew Bostom)
- Earlier this week Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was implicated in a triple slaying that occurred in 2011
- The girlfriend of one of the victims has now revealed she told police that Tsarnaev knew the murdered men just after the killings
- She also told police her boyfriend, Brendan Mess, had owned a gun but police told her it was missing from the crime scene
- The same gun is believed to have been used by the bombing suspects to kill MIT police officer Sean Collier last month
The girlfriend of one of the three men brutally killed in a Waltham, Massachusetts apartment in 2011 has revealed that she told police soon after the murders that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev had been a frequent visitor to the apartment.
The woman, who hasn't been named, was the girlfriend of Brendan Mess, 25. On Sept. 11, 2011 she found his dead body along with those of Erik Weissman, 31, and Raphael Teken, 37.
Earlier this week Chechan immigrant Ibragim Todashev, 27, was killed by FBI agents but not before he implicated himself and Tsarnaev in the 2011 triple slaying.
A homicide investigation into the 2011 slayings had appeared to have stalled until friends and relatives of Mess reported a possible link to Tsarnaev after his picture was released as a suspect in last month bombings.
The woman, an African immigrant, also revealed that prior to his death, Mess had kept a handgun in his apartment but that police had told her after the bodies were discovered that it was missing.
It is believed that Mess's missing gun was the same weapon Tsarnaev used when he shot MIT police Officer Sean Collier dead on the night of April 18 and wounded other officers shortly afterwards in the shoot-out in Watertown, Boston.
Tsarnaev and Mess had been close friends, so when the woman identified the bombing suspect to police it had been as someone who was a frequent visitor to the apartment, rather than as a possible suspect in the triple homicide.
Police did not ask her about Tsarnaev after she gave them his name, she said.
But if they questioned everyone whose fingerprints were in the apartment, I'm sure Tam's fingerprints had to be there,'' she told the Boston Globe.
Tsarnaev had told Mess that the FBI had placed him on a terrorist watch list.
"Brendan said, 'The FBI is watching him; they think he's a terrorist,'" the woman said. "We laughed about it. We never took it seriously."
It was Mess' girlfriend who had found the victim's bodies, their throats had been slit, they have been covered with marijuana and there was also $5,000 cash in the home.
'I just can't believe Tam would back stab Brendan like that,' she said. 'It's so painful to me, because Brendan was so open and loving with Tam.'
'They were pretty peaceful people, but I know Brendan had one gun,' his girlfriend said.
I think it was for protection. I don't understand why he couldn't have used it' during the deadly assault.
Todashev was fatally shot by an FBI agent at his condo near Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida just after midnight on Wednesday.
He had allegedly turned violent as he was preparing to sign a written confession to his and Tsarnaevs involvement in the 2011 triple homicide, said authorities.
'The agent, 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,' the FBI said in a statement.
'During the confrontation, the individual was killed.'