No one can interview the alleged Boston Bomber brother, and the “Justice” (sic) Department hides him from reporters under strange rules that come out of 1984:
DOJ claimed that without Tsarnaev’s consent, revealing such information about the prisoner’s status “could reasonably be expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of [his] personal privacy.” This was in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed byWhoWhatWhy, seeking updated details of Tsarnaev’s confinement.
So they can’t tell you about his being held incommunicado, because telling you would violate his privacy.
The Boston bombing has all sorts of anomalies, Treasonous anomalies, much like the 9/11 attacks. The brothers were apparently being recruited to go wage “Jihad” in Chechnya, where blowing up Russians is seen as a double-plus good thing in certain departments in Washington DC.
In addition to WhoWhatWhy, here are several informative posts:
- That Censored 2nd Russian Warning
- Is This the Man Who “Radicalized” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?
- Uncle Ruslan May Have Funded Terrorists