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The Tsarnaev Trial and the Blind Spots in ‘Countering Violent Extremism’


The Tsarnaev Trial and the Blind Spots in ‘Countering Violent Extremism’

Murtaza Hussain

On April 19, 2013, as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lay bleeding from gunshot wounds in a suburban Boston backyard, he scrawled a note that contained the following message:


The Boston Marathon bombing was a false flag event. The two Tsarneaev brothers were following the directions of the CIA. The whole bombing event was a staged event with paid actors to be the people on the sidewalk. The best one was the guy with the bone sticking out of his knee that had no blood on it. That man was a veteran of the Iraqi war where he lost his leg due to a real bombing.

The whole point of the false flag event was to frighten the people of this nation to accept the loss of our civil rights…specifically, our right to have a gun. This was put in the Constitution to have armed men ready to fight a bad government. Our founding fathers feared the return of the British to take back their colony. We still need these guns to protect us from bad government.

The fact that this all lead to a military shut down of the City of Boston is especially important. The people of Boston accepted the military taking over their city and telling them to stay in their homes—and then the heavily armed military forces and the police similarly armed, went into the homes without a warrant.

At this trial the lawyer must focus on the physical evidence that what I say here is true. No blood.


You have your aluminium hat on to tight.


False confessions are a dime a dozen.

Try the truth.


He certainly didn’t do it.