FBI fraudsters attempt Boston hoax cover-up while three Tsarnaev friends plead not guilty
Three friends of Marathon bomb suspect plead not guilty
Friends were charged with impeding probe
By Patricia Wen and Milton J. Valencia
GLOBE STAFF SEPTEMBER 13, 2013
Our addition: what a hoax of hoax. These men didn’t obstruct anything. Rather, they are being framed in an FBI cover-up. The only ones obstructing justice are the FBI moles who are Zionist cohorts and who are involved with the faking of a massacre.
These FBI zealots took public money to spew endless lies while even tormenting and torturing, even killing, innocent people based upon such lies, including Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Ibrahim Todashev.
It is such FBI moles and their Mossad collaborators who must be arrested and tried as Boston hoax perpetrators, not the friends of an already tormented innocent, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
This Website, among others, has published pictures of FBI moles participating in the fake massacre, including agents who were specifically acting to cover the crime scene as the moulage moles die their work. Some of these agents even participating in the moulage, spreading about fake blood. There is also evidence that such moles even acted as fake victims.
Regardless, just as this hoax is a Homeland Security scam it is just as much an FBI hoax. Thus, this agency is clearly and categorically a criminal entity.
For the Zionist-controlled FBI terror, and fake trials, are good for business. So is terrorizing innocent people such as the friends and contacts of Dzhokhar Tsarnev.
Regardless, what probe? The probe into a fake? The fake of framing the Tsarnaev brothers? It is the FBI which is guilty of criminal acts, not these three men.
UPDATE: this is the photo of the FBI moles, along with the National Guard operative, in the prep stage of the Boston hoax. Each of these wretched ones worked the fake massacre. Let them prove otherwise. The American people paid for this hoaxing by these hostile ones, zealots all.
Moles, such as these murderous ones, set up the Tsarnaev brothers and, then, killed Tamerlan Tsarnaev: set them up as if they were at the Marathon when they were never there. Note the incongruity of the pavement lines, a physical impossibility, as well as the variation in color. These images were spliced into another. That’s why neither the color or the pavement lines match: it’s a 100% fake.
JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF
Robel Phillipos is one of three friends of alleged Marathon bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev who is accused of impeding the investigation into the attacks.Dressed in a black suit and tie and surrounded by two dozen relatives and supporters, a close friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he lied to investigators during a terrorism probe.
The arraignment of Robel Phillipos, a 19-year-old former University of Massachusetts Dartmouth student from Cambridge, came after he was indicted about two weeks ago when negotiations to resolve his case collapsed. Phillipos is free on bail.
Two other students at UMass Dartmouth, both from Kazakhstan, have also been charged with impeding the investigation, accused of taking potentially incriminating objects they found in Tsarnaev’s dorm room while police were pursuing him.
The arraignment marked the first time the three men were named together in an indictment and formally charged. Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov had been indicted as a pair last month and had already pleaded not guilty, but had to repeat the process Friday when Phillipos’s case was added. The Kazakh men repeated their pleas of not guilty.
Assistant US Attorney John A. Capin said he expects to call up to 20 witnesses in a trial, which could last two weeks. The case was continued to Oct. 29.
The charges against Phillipos relate to two occasions in April, five days apart, when federal agents allege that he lied about what he was doing in the hours after agents broadcast photos of the alleged suspects in the Marathon bombings.
The indictment handed up by the grand jury said Phillipos told numerous lies before acknowledging that he and the Kazakh students had entered Tsarnaev’s room on the evening of April 18 and removed several items, including Tsarnaev’s laptop and a backpack containing fireworks and Vaseline, which they believed had something to do with making bombs.
Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov face the more serious charges of obstruction of justice because they are accused of disposing of items relevant to the investigation. Federal authorities say they tossed the backpack into a dumpster behind their off-campus apartment in New Bedford and did not stop trash haulers from taking it away.
Defense attorneys have portrayed the students’ actions as the behavior of scared young men not thinking clearly while seeing their close friend in desperate trouble.
The Kazakh students face a maximum of 20 years in prison for obstruction of justice.
Phillipos faces a maximum of eight years on the charge of making false statements to federal agents.
Phillipos, whose family is originally from Ethiopia, declined to answer questions from reporters, while being surrounded by relatives and family friends who hugged him after the proceedings.
“In the end, it will be clear that this prosecution should never have been brought in the first place,” Derege Demissie and Susan Church, two Cambridge attorneys who represent Phillipos, said in a statement.
The fathers of both of the defendants from Kazakhstan have been present in court for each of the two arraignments for their sons.
Tazhayakov’s father, Amir Ismagulov, said the family has been in the country since his son was arrested and is convinced of his innocence.
“He wants to support him, to bring him support,” a translator said, interpreting for the father.
Outside the courtroom, Nicholas Wooldridge, an attorney for Tazhayakov, said the case is weak and based on interviews conducted by FBI officials that were never recorded.
“This is a case where you have a government that has rushed into things,” he said. “This is basically what the agents said my clients said.”