Latest news in the case of Ibragim Todashev, the friend of the accused Boston marathon bomb suspects, who was executed by the FBI
F.B.I. agents fatally shot about 70 "subjects" and wounded about 80 others from 1993 to early 2011 — and in every case, the agents' use of force was determined by the government to have been justified.
- The case of Ibragim Todashev stinks to high heaven: the authorities have repeatedly changed their story of how Mr. Todashev died.
- His interrogation was allegedly not recorded on video or audio (corporate media seldom report this fact).
- The unarmed Todashev supposedly posed an imminent lethal threat to at least three policemen in the room.
- Not one major media outlet in the United States has assigned investigative reporters to dig for the truth behind the coverup.
- We are supposed to believe the account of the killers, with no independent corroboration of their ever-mutating tale.
- Todashev was most likely killed because he courageously insisted that the Boston marathon bombing suspects were the victims of a set-up (corporate media seldom report this fact about Todashev).
- Notice that people close to him, including his girlfriend, have been deported by the U.S. government.