…The Boston Globe confirmed that Marathon Bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was in custody, contradicting earlier reports that he had been killed in crossfire. If he was in custody and is now dead, does that not suggest that he might have been the object of an extrajudicial assassination? The circumstances of his death remain to be clarified.
Moreover, the 7-Eleven robbery was actually unrelated to the Tsarnaev brothers:
There was a 7-Eleven robbery in Cambridge last night, but it had nothing to do with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
Margaret Chabris, the director of corporate communication at 7- Eleven, says the surveillance video of the crime was not taken at a 7-Eleven and that the suspect that did rob the 7-Eleven does not look like Tamerlan or Dzhokhar Tsarnaev…
He was alive in custody, now dead. Extrajudicial assassination? Well DUH!
…Press TV: You mentioned the public being gullible. Is it gullible though? Is it accepting the story that it is presented by the authorities in this case?
Tracy: Not completely, but I think that unfortunately a majority are and in my view, this event was to a certain degree I believe contrived really to institute martial law in a metropolitan area and there was very well questioning of that.
We also have a case of violation of due process. Someone is innocent until they are proven guilty in this instance. These individuals were tried in the court of public opinion. They were guilty and they had to be proven innocent. Now that is a precedent for the rest of the citizenry in the United States. Then we are in a very sorry state indeed…
Please watch the video at the above link.