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Originally posted by JBA2848
I all most let this go about the TUFT lady. I figured some body who was lucky enough to walk away just in time. But then I just read a article about the mother saying some body named Misha influenced him and made him radical.
This guy fits the bill. He was manager of the radio station and the older brother was studying communications. And guess where this guy was at last? TUFTs
The guy in question.
The story about the mother.
After befriending the man, known to the Tsarnaev family only as Misha, Tamerlan gave up boxing and stopped studying music, his family said.
He became vocal about his opposition to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and read websites claiming that the CIA was behind 9/11 and Jews controlled the world.
"Somehow, he just took his brain," said Tamerlan's uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, who recalled conversations with Tamerlan's worried father about Misha's influence.
I guess the FBI have some one else to question.
Same family is tied to this place. Could it be his conspiracy link his mother speaks of?
And I know they are Albanian, But Albanian was one of the six different languages he spoke in his rants on youtube. And he also spoke English so he spoke at least 7 languages.edit on 24-4-2013 by JBA2848 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by JBA2848
CNN News just spoke of the person in the previous quote I believe saying they have been trying to contact him and other family members and have not been able to find him. I am not sure if that is reporters or law enforcement?
Here is a photo tagged with the name.
Strange thing when you search the photo albums this is related to you get a album listed as;
North Caucasus, Dagestan etc, Moscow Album was created 7 years 11 months ago and modified 7 years 3 months ago
Some of the other albums are interesting because they include terrorism conference and many others.
Strange thing is the woman behind this photo album works for?
Reporter Voice of America Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Broadcast Media industry January 2013 – Present (4 months) Washington, DC
The US official board of propaganda BBG is run by John Kerry the State Department.
What is going on here?
Her history on Wikipedia is interesting.
BackgroundMozgovaya was born in the Soviet Union in 1979 into a family of two Russian Jewish journalists and immigrated to Israel in 1990. At the age of 11, she published her first piece in a Russian newspaper. At 14, she was writing a weekly satiric column for the Russian-Israeli newspaper "Vesti". In time she advanced to become editor for two supplement magazines at the newspaper and translated several books from Russian to Hebrew.  Early careerIn 2000, Mozgovaya left "Vesti" and became a correspondent for Yediot Ahronoth newspaper, covering a broad spectrum of issues in Israel and all over the world, including the Disengagement from Gaza and the Second Lebanese War; immigration and human trafficking; hostage crises in the Former Soviet Union and North Caucasus conflicts; the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, including interviews with President Victor Yushenko and his partner-rival Yulia Timoshenko; in-depth reports dedicated to the Russian Mafia and Russian oligarchs; features from Chernobyl and Africa, from the post-election riots in Kenya to the AIDS situation in Malawi; Lost Tribes stories from North-Eastern India; the PKK in Kurdistan, etc. During the presidency of Vladimir Putin, Mozgovaya did not just give a voice to the official representatives and symbolic figure as Mikhail Gorbachev and Mikhail Kalashnikov but contributed extensive coverage of the Russian opposition. She published one of the last interviews with the assassinated Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya; interviews with Garry Kasparov, figures such as Edward Limonov, Boris Berezovsky, Chechen exiles such as Ahmed Zakaev; the widow of the poisoned ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, and many others.  TelevisionMeanwhile, Mozgovaya anchored several television programs, including the investigative report program "Special Department" on Channel 9, "Osim Ruach", a cultural program on Channel 1, and "Ha-boker ha-Shvii", another cultural series aired on Saturday mornings on Channel 2, aside Daphna Spiegelmann. On Channel 1 she presented, along with Meni Pe’er, the special "Black Sea in the Heart", dedicated to the victims of the passenger plane that was hit by a Ukrainian missile on its way from Israel to Russia. In January 2006 she was selected to anchor the 5pm news broadcast on Channel 2 along with Danni Kushmaro, raising high expectations, but her Russian accent gave rise to a public discussion of whether it was an acceptable feature for a news broadcaster of the major channel, and finally Mozgovaya returned to the print press. From October 2007 she presented the nightly newscast on Channel 9 and starred in the documentary series "Tmol Shilshom", that engages in the history of Israel from 1948, each part dedicated to a different year in history of the country. Although working most of the time in Hebrew, her reports in Russian from the Palestinian territories and Israel were published in various magazines and newspapers in Russia, and one of her blogs was chosen twice as "the best blog" in Russian blogosphere and the "Best Journalistic Blog in Russian" by Deutsche Welle in 2004.
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