10 Dec 2013

Boston Bombing News: What About That Man Who Left a Black Bag?

On April 17, two days after the Boston marathon bombing, there was a flurry of media activity on the case. At first the most prominent report was from John King of CNN (transcripts: one, two, three). He has it that according to sources there was a breakthrough in the investigation

07 Dec 2013

Boston Bombing News: Why is the Grand Jury Still Meeting? II

When I first asked this question three months ago, it had been five months since the Boston marathon bombing but the grand jury was still meeting. So now it has been eight months and according to the Associated Press the grand jury was still meeting as of Thursday (h/t cv1975).

04 Dec 2013

Tsarnaev’s Torment Continues as Government Helps Out his Lawyers

Yesterday the prosecution in the Boston marathon bombing case issued a notice of modification to the Special Administrative Procedures (SAMs) that have been applied since Auguast 27 to the incarceration of defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (so Politico, with a link to the filing). Specifically, the modification relaxes the SAMs to allow

01 Dec 2013

Once Again the MSM Use Death Penalty Discussion to Obscure Tsarnaev Guilt Issue

The government’s decision on whether or not to seek the death penalty should Dzhokhar Tsarnaev be convicted of bombing the Boston marathon is not due until the end of January, so you would think the media would find something else to talk about. But for some reason USAToday, and then

28 Nov 2013

Go, Scotland!

My ancestors came over from the land of skeptics and gadflies some years before the union with England was signed on July 22, 1706, and I may go back there if it votes to reverse the agreement on September 18, 2014. So I am naturally interested in the 670-page “White

26 Nov 2013

Who Is Boston Bombing Judge O’Toole?

In what seems to me to be the definitive report on the November 12 status hearing on the Boston marathon bombing case, Karin Friedemann writes this: Judge George A. O’Toole, Jr. said about the Special Administrative Measures, which were suddenly imposed on suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his attorneys four months

21 Nov 2013

What Would Require Explanation at a Tsarnaev Trial?

In late August, after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had been incarcerated for allegedly bombing the Boston marathon for four months, without incident, the Obama administration’s Justice Department suddenly decided that his communication with the outside world was too dangerous, and ordered him placed under Special Administrative Measures (SAMs). As is noted in

16 Nov 2013

Eric Holder and the Tsarnaev Death Penalty Kabuki

During the course of a wide-ranging interview with the Washington Post on Thursday, Attorney General Eric Holder had this to say about the decision on whether or not to seek the death penalty if Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be convicted for the Boston marathon bombing: I’ve asked people at every layer

11 Nov 2013

Who Bombed the Boston Marathon? II. A Hypothesis

In a previous post I posed the question of who or what actually caused the explosions at the Boston marathon on April 15 of this year, given that it was not the Tsarnaev brothers as the government charges: a lone wolf terrorist, a false flag operation, or an accident. There

06 Nov 2013

So Who Did Bomb The Boston Marathon?

As previously argued in posts by lauraw and me and in the threads thereto, with help from other websites, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev did not bomb the Boston marathon as the government charges. For example, it has been demonstrated that an explosion at the location where the government’s indictment says he left