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FBI Shoot and Kill Marathon Bombing Interviewee

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posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:12 AM
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Originally posted by Mordeen
According to the article I read, they were interviewing him in his apartment when it went down. "Imminent threat of harm," so the agent blasted him.

Yeah.

You'd have thought the FBI were smarter than to go getting triple murder confessions in such an informal setting, but apparently not.




posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:12 AM
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I think back to the Police Station in New Jersey where a small female cop was overpowered and her weapon stolen by a prisoner right in the stationhouse. How many were shot over that one? He got some good shots in before they killed him, I do recall that.

3 officers injured, gunman dead after NJ police station shooting

Just because we're dealing with the FBI (who made them above average for this anyway?) doesn't mean they can't lose control of a prisoner and end up getting themselves into a shooting that never should have happened. Arrogance breeds complacency which leads to stupid shootings like this, IMO.

Arrogance is something the feds are in NO shortage of....that's for sure.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:13 AM
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Originally posted by IvanAstikov
reply to post by roadgravel
 


Does the FBI normally take suspects into an interview room without searching them thoroughly?

(In case you'd missed it, the dead guy was supposedly in the process of signing a confession to a triple murder, when he suddenly pulled out a knife. Yeah, right! )



A confession for a triple murder? Whose murder? Also, shouldn't a confession be made in the presence of lawyers?



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:16 AM
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I'm not an expert, but I did pay attention during that one scene of The Dark Knight where they're interrogating the Joker.

You're not supposed to have your gun with you in the interrogation room. You're supposed to have coffee, dough nuts, stuff like that.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:17 AM
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They were allegedly in the process of getting a confession to a triple murder, by someone they knew was a mixed martial artist. Taking their eye off the ball under such circumstances is criminally negligible, or at least, should be.


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posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:18 AM
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i agree, i wish i wasn’t able to come up with these conspiracy theory's but they make it to obvious. id be pleading ignorance if i just sat here and told myself that it all made sense.

anyone else tired of waking up to the world getting worse?



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by MrInquisitive

This seems rather suspicious. One would think that the FBI agent would be able to do something besides immediately use deadly force.

Are all FBI interviews videotaped, does anybody know?

In any case, I'd never consent to being taken in for an FBI interview. It's becoming like going in for an interview by the Gestapo.


They have at least a hidden microphone, maybe video, on every plainclothes walkabout they do, even if they don't do an interview. They might just walk into a public place where you are, look around, use the bathroom, and leave, and that's all the proof they need, and yes everything they have is uploaded/downloaded to somewhere like a government equivalent of facebook.

If there are two of them on a walk in interview, I don't know how it works, except I guess it's mostly like police. You can decline to answer except with an attorney present.

Currently, I don't know how many reports it takes, but if you have connections -- even totally benign, as in you were a casual observer of some suspect you don't know doing nothing but picking his nose -- every report you bring gets you days watched/monitored. They might speed by your house with a camera. They might follow you to the peanut store after a report. They might partner up with another agency, plant an ex-felon next door to report on your whereabouts, buy a house down the road and start tapping your phone watching your computer with TEMPEST equipment, and monitoring your electrical use at your home. (true story)

Definitely they will have enough connections to go around town, ask the casino guys if they know you, ask the church guys if they know you, and ask the press if they know you. So before you even know you're being monitored, they have the hit price calculated, your reputation as a sinner has been validated, and the report of your demise has been rough drafted. Then all someone needs is to hurt you, and you're no longer a liability should their plans go haywire. Their ultimate plan is to look blameless.

So their blameless effort to silence this individual after hours of interview. Let me tell you, guy explaining the scene in the video is making stuff up to match what he told police, meaning he's hiding something. There is some idea that these individuals, including the victim, were already entangled with FBI. Maybe they were approached to do something evil and declined. FBI has a history of wearing costumes and pretending to be evil people to encourage some stupid people to do damage against the country.

It looks like a big Boston coverup that crosses national borders all the way back into world war 3.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by SomeoneWatching

A confession for a triple murder? Whose murder?

This is according to reports elsewhere. usnews.nbcnews.com...

Originally posted by SomeoneWatching
Also, shouldn't a confession be made in the presence of lawyers?


That's what I thought, too, but it seems the FBI have different rules.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:22 AM
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I believe that this is referred to as "Cleaning up loose ends". The guy probably had concrete information on the bomber's relationship with the CIA. Can't afford for that come out.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:23 AM
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They were allegedly in the process of getting a confession to a triple murder, by someone they knew was a mixed martial artist.


A confession from who?

Your statements aren't making any sense. Are we talking about the victim? A confession or an eye witness account of a different event?

Maybe if you supplied some links it would make more sense to us.

ETA: Thanks for supplying a link.
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posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere
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Wow, whats going on?

If I didnt know better (and maybe I dont), Id say that the State doesnt want to leave any witnesses.

Isnt that what the mafia does?


Eric Holder has an interesting definition of the phrase "due process".

It doesn't necessarily require court to him.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:28 AM
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I edited my post to note it was a field interview. I have no idea about the knife post.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by MaxSteiner
There is a hell of a lot of stuff about the Boston bombing that's suspicious as hell, and that's before they started shooting people in custody...


Like what?

Stuff on the net and on ats no doubt.

Anything real, though?

Oh yeah, they obv killed this guy coz he was a peace loving hippy dude, and those evil fbi bastards just can't get enough blood on their hands. I mean, unless it's on cctv and given to me by the president himself, I won't believe it. And even then, I'm sure it's photoshopped and faked with pixels and colours, to really stick it to the poor kids.

This whole thing has stinked from the very start when those two innocent boys, just out for a jog, were made up to be mass murderers. And they soon shot them up pretty quick. Hiding the evidences ...

Yeah it's like they just don't care if we know all about it either.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by kozmo

I believe that this is referred to as "Cleaning up loose ends". The guy probably had concrete information on the bomber's relationship with the CIA. Can't afford for that come out.


Unfortunately, this could go so many ways, it's hard to tell.

The victim very well could have wanted to be martyred before he spilled the beans on who else might be involved with Tsarnaev or this supposed triple homicide if they included other Muslim extremists.


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posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by Jaellma
Something doesn't add up at all in this shooting. This seems quite fishy.



My two favourite lines. In the one line!!!

Bless you, son.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:33 AM
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Playing devils advocate perhaps; but what usually happens when one attacks an officer???



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by Mordeen
So let's look at the scorecard:

2 killed
1 maimed in a way that he cannot be interviewed.


Yeah, I especially like how they interviewed him. I mean, as if.. right?

Like, he's probably dead and they have someone pulling his arms, like Weekend at Bernies.. Only in a hospital. As if we're that stupid... They can't fool us.


This is all too convenient. I really wish these events (9/11, Boston, for example) didn't have so many things that make a cover up or conspiracy plausible.


You mean people who assume they know all the facts when they don't, and who then make leaps of logic to make the little pieces of their insanity puzzle fit together because this is ats why not.

They live on the internet drooling over every thing that happens and bark "CIA!" "FBI!" "NWO!" at every chance.

You mean them? I wish they wouldn't do it too.

I mean maybe one day boston will have the truth revealed, and it will all be haarp chemtrail hologram.

(ps, the very things that you seem to think indicate there is a conspiracy are the very things that make it not a conspiracy, but you just can't work it out, can you...)



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:57 AM
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I agree completely. The agent who lost his gun ought to lose his pension. After all, a man died over it. It doesn't matter to me that it's the suspect who died over the gross breach of protocol and personal control of their weapon. It's still a man dead who shouldn't be...because an agent couldn't do his job properly.

Time to encourage the agent to go find work as a retail security guard or perhaps with the Parks Department. Those bears need enforcing, I'm sure.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by occrest
Is this a case of the FBI tying up loose ends? Time will tell.


Considering an 8 year old died. Several young women were put in amputee status for nothing, if he had any ties to the bombing incident like training, propaganda, brain washing he got justice.

I'd say the fact that he attacked them during an interview is evidence he has some blood on his hands. If not directly, then indirectly in the form of instructing people how to make bombs, promoting murderous theology versus peaceful Islam, and encouraging and cheerleading an attack.
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posted on May, 22 2013 @ 11:09 AM
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You have been drinking a whole lota kool-aid. Its funny how you accept everything your told, without any evidence. You're not much different then "conspiracy thoerist" who beleives something with no evidence to support it. Beleive what you want, but remember, if you were not there and havent seen a video, you dont know what happened.
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