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Boston Police Caught in Lies?!

It now appears that there may have been some false information coming from the Boston Police Department. It seems that the confession of suspect number two was forced under duress before rights were read. As soon as court officials showed up at the hospital to give the Miranda rights to the suspect nothing else was said written by the suspect. From the Daily Mail,

It has been revealed that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, initially confessed to authorities that he and his older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, carried out the attacks during 16-hours of questioning over the weekend.

Dzhokhar has been communicating with law enforcement officials by writing on a pad after suffering an injury to his throat during the frenzied manhunt for him which renders him unable to talk.

However, the moment he was read his rights on Monday - which as a citizen of the United States entitle him to the constitutional right to remain silent and seek a lawyer - he stopped communicating.

Indeed, it has been claimed that federal agents were surprised when a magistrate judge and a representative from the U.S. Attorney's office entered the hospital room and read Tsarnaev his rights, four officials and one law enforcement official said.

Accordingly, it now appears that the story told by the Boston Police Chief about the shoot-out at the boat location was fabricated as well.

Police had previously said Dzhokhar exchanged gunfire with them for more than an hour last Friday before they captured him inside a boat in a suburban Boston neighbourhood.

But yesterday, two unnamed officials said that he was unarmed when captured, raising questions about the gunfire and how he was injured.

The report contradicts the Boston police department's own account of Dzhokar Tsarnaev's capture - after commissioner Ed Davies describes a firefight between him and officers before the terror suspect was captured.

Here is a photo of the condition of the boat after incident,

Confused reports about the shootout in a Boston backyard have emerged. Officials now claim that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was unarmed as he hid in boat in Watertown. This contradicts Boston Police Commissioner's account of hour-long firefight with Tsarnaev

Here is the interview with the Boston Police Chief,

There exists a photo of the suspect exiting the boat with no apparent wounds, but I am unable to find at this time. Then there is the photo after the suspect is subdued with a large gash in his throat,

 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, seen here moments after he was pulled from the boat where he was hiding, suffered a throat wound and a leg wound

To make matters more complicated it is now admitted that the MBTA officer who was murdered was a victim of friendly fire.
====MOD NOTE====
This is not the MIT officer. This MBTA officer was never thought "murdered".
http://www.boston.com/metrodesk/2013/04/25/authorities-inves...

Source:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315074/Dzhokhar-Tsa...



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Here's the comparison shot of him getting out of the boat

And him on the ground.

I see the bullet holes

You can see the bullet hole patterns next to his knee as he climbs out of the boat.

Where are the bullet holes in the boat?

The contrast created by the white borders around the bullet holes against the red of the boat should make them visible - even in this low definition pic.

It's because they have

It's because they have spotlights on him. His sweatshirt looks mainly white in the top picture, does it not? The guy whose boat it is saw "a good amount of blood" when he looked in the boat and saw someone in it, that's when he went inside and called police.

"I got three steps up the ladder and rolled the shrink-wrap. I didn't expect to see anything, but I saw blood on the floor of the boat. A good amount of blood," he told the affiliate.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/23/us/boston-attacks-boat-owner/i...

Are we to believe...

the bombers just happen to show up at a 7/11 that was just robbed? Even if it were in Detroit, the odds are not likely.

"Give a man a gun, and he could rob a bank. Give a man a bank, and he could rob the world."

No

That was just what was thought at first. The brothers never went to a 7-11, it was a Shell gas station and that's where the surveillance video is from.
Go down to "But what about the 7-Eleven?"
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/04/boston-bombers-...

So I heard on the radio this

So I heard on the radio this morning that Dzhokhar was shot in the neck, leaving him unable to speak. But I remember multiple news sources on TV reporting about a week ago that he tried to commit suicide to prevent his capture and tried to hang himself or something like that.

This seems to be another change in the narrative that will be swept under the rug ultimately.

What a lucky shot for the authorities, though. I mean, of all the bullets to hit the boat where he was allegedly hiding, the bullet that hit him struck him in the throat of all places, rendering him incapable of speech.

If all this is true and everything went down the way that the authorities are saying it did, then it's pretty clear that the authorities have a higher power fighting on their side because some of the s*** in this story is just miraculous.

Backdoor Against Miranda

This is probably an attempt to convince the public to give away Miranda rights willingly.

I think they did this on purpose. He won't say anything else to incriminate himself. Somehow they won't be able to "prove it" without his testimony, and they won't be able to accept his testimony because it was given prior to being read his rights.

There will be a public outcry that we must lose our Miranda rights so that justice is served.

This is incorrect

"To make matters more complicated it is now admitted that the MBTA officer who was murdered was a victim of friendly fire."

It is not the MIT security officer that was killed that is in question. It is as you said a MBTA officer who was involved in the Watertown shootout with the brothers. And it is in question, it is not admitted to be friendly fire.

The MBTA officer is alive per the link,

he is just wounded.

Yes

Thank you, forgot that part.

The real questions is...

Who pays to fix the boat.

If ignorance is bliss, Washington DC must be heaven.

our civil servants who represents us at capital hill ...

should put an amendment for Martial Law/state/Local shut down: any private property damaged shall be completely reimbursed in total of current value.This includes damage by authorized law and unauthorized law/enforcement.

Damaged Property of citizens who resists orders or arrest is entitled to full reimbursement of damaged property.

Note: unauthorized enforcement includes: U.S citizens on or off duty,permanent residents and obviously none citizens.

now lets these civil servants think twice before they shut down an entire community/city/state/country

priorities man.....priorities

:D
priorities man.....priorities

the police liars??? Oh no that never happens.

Especially the statists from New England. They are all so very honest......facetiously speaking.

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Hannity was in a tissy yesterday because this kid WAS Marandized

Hannity brought up this issue with none other than Lindsey Graham during an interview yesterday. Graham actually disagreed with Hannity and believed that administering Miranda Rights to this 19 year old U.S. citizen was the right thing to do. It is always very difficult to listen to these two.

But, but, but....

Hannity interviews Rand, he LOVES the Constitution...
(Yuke.)

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Hmm.

Somebody of power with a quest for the truth possibly decided to give the suspect his rights after they became suspicious of the Boston Police's conflicting stories. Maybe some rebel judge that is tired of criminals distorting justice sneaked into the hospital and to proclaim some rights for the suspect. NOT.

Who can contradict a story,

Who can contradict a story, if theres no one to contradict a story, or the ability, and all that entails, to contradict a story

Its a theory, a very compelling one, given what we know of history, and its tendancy to repeat itself

And the witness who said she saw them run over Tamerlan

The cops said Dzhokar ran him over and then a few days later the cops say they rolled an empty SUV out to fool them.

http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2013/04/23/cop-fooled-bombing-sus...

http://www.dailypaul.com/283170/cnn-reporting-cops-now-sayin...

She is either very brave, or dangerously ignorant.

My guess is ignorant. She didn't want to give her last name, yet she openly admits to living on the street of the shootout, and with whom she shares her home with. If this trial is done in a civilian court with a jury, and witness testimony, then she's in serious danger. Poor woman has no clue the implications of that one phone call. God bless her, and hopefully protect her.

Good finds.

There was also an interview of a women who was an eyewitness that claimed a police vehicle ran over Tamerlan.

The plot thickens.