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Friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev killed by FBI Agent while being "interviewed" in Orlando

2 FBI Agents Involved in Dzhokar Tsarnaev's Arrest "FALL" Out of Helicopter and Die
News interview with friends of guy who was killed: http://www.wesh.com/news/central-florida/orange-county/fbi-a...


An Orlando man who was shot and killed by an agent with the FBI early this morning was friends with the Boston bombings suspects, according to a friend of the victim.

That man, Khusn Taramiv, thinks it was his friend — Ibragim Todashev — who was shot this morning in the 6000 block of Peregrine Avenue in Orlando.

Todashev, 27, was arrested by the Orange County Sheriff's Office on May 4 and charged with aggravated battery with great bodily harm.

Taramiv told several television outlets his friend was being investigated as part of the Boston bombings and knew bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev because both were mixed martial-arts fighters.

The FBI has not released the name of the suspect who was shot or confirmed the possible connection to the Boston bombing suspects.

"The agent encountered the suspect while conducting official duties," said Dave Couvertier, FBI spokesman. "We are still gathering facts involving the shooting incident."


Another: http://www.clickorlando.com/news/fbi-involved-in-fatal-shoot...
Newest FBI story about the Chechen they killed today in Florida

He 'confessed' to the murders of Tamerlan's sparring partner and friends....and then attacked them.

Case closed!

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ongoing cover-up is proof of inside job

Boston hoax is no longer just a theory ...

murder suspect

A murder suspect attacked an FBI agent. If that's what happened and there were other witnesses who didn't know each other, seems like a plausible scenario.

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LOL. And how about the 2 FBI


And how about the 2 FBI agents involved in the 'suspects' captures falling to their death in a 'training exercise'?

Is everyone suddenly suffering the same fate as the Clinton bodyguards?

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Here's Another "Plausible Scenario"

...which explains "PRECISELY" what ocurred.
Yes, you can bet on this occuring....check it out:

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...Everything CHANGED !!


Is it SOP to interview a dangerous suspect without first checking to see if they are armed? Sounded to me like he got someone with a knife. But, HE SHOULD HAVE NEVER HAD A KNIFE IN THE FIRST PLACE!

This could be suicide by cop, since everyone knows you don't bring a knife to a gunfight! LOL!

It said they were at his

It said they were at his house so maybe that's why they didn't frisk him beforehand, if the story is really what happened at all. I know that they forget to frisk people sometimes even after they are arrested though as well. Some people have probably seen this before.
Warning graphic, guys shoots himself in the head

The Globalist Agenda

is facilitated by anything that damages the reputation of our National Government. Kind of explains why TPTB pull so many seemingly stupid stunts.

Ministry of truth...

Cleaning up loose ends...

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Look at this now, the guy

Look at this now, the guy shot dead by FBI in Florida supposedly was about to sign a confession in the triple murder they Tsarnaev brothers were linked to.

Wow...what an interview

Probably would have been interesting to watch, but I'll go out on a limb and guess there was no recording of the interview done by the feds.


Even if it was admitted to exist it would be withheld for "national security" reasons.

If men are good, you don't need government; if men are evil or ambivalent, you don't dare have one.

I am guessing

They tried to get info out of him by torturing him, he resisted, they shot him.

I wasn't there but there is a lot missing in this story.

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I doubt it. More than likely

I doubt it. More than likely he was a loose end that knew too much. Sort of like the DC Madaam.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
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Pretty fishy stuff, on both

Pretty fishy stuff, on both ends to me. The fact that they had been interviewing these guys together beforehand and then they get this guy alone and he gets shot dead because he "flipped out". But also the friend of the guy who they shot saying that he wasn't friends with Tamerlan, just acquaintances from MMA fighting. Because he says this:
"He used to talk on the phone with him [Tsarnaev]," Taramov said of Todashev. "They talked last time a month ago. After the bombing, I couldn't believe it," he said.

Personally I don't talk on the phone with people who are just acquaintances, especially on any kind of regular basis. And also if the last time they talked on the phone was a month ago, that puts it right about the time of the bombing. Add the fact that this guy had planned to go to Chechnya and that all seems fishy to me as well.

But what did he do to get shot dead? The article says the FBI agent was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, so are they saying this guy attacked him? Either way it shows the FBI doesn't flinch at killing people.

That is the unfortunate

That is the unfortunate truth...we have to remember that the people who get into the police and other 'security' agencies are also brought up on a diet of the good guy getting the required info at all costs and saving the day.

After retirement my dad has been giving lectures at various universities and police academies about how the state, in order to protect (so they say) the ordinary citizen has been riding roughshod over human rights and due process.

In doing so the police along with its attached legal system has emerged as the single greatest fear and the single greatest source of harassment for the ordinary citizen.

The role of police and its associated powers must be wound down or none of us will be living in the kind of society that the luminaries of freedom the world over envisioned.

Details matter but on this occasion the thing to take with you is that security forces put this person in the situation that led to his death.

The FBI and its role in this country are

highly problematic. On one hand, you have many honest operatives, departments, etc. who / which fight crime (*real* crime) and protect the public trust. On the other hand, certain of its elements seem to function rather blatantly as frame-up teams and hit squads for whichever corrupt collection of leaders / servants of the elite corporatocracy are in place. Weird....

What would the Founders do?

Inner circle of corrupt agents

There most definitely is a small cabal of agents who have infiltrated the alphabet agencies and operate above the law for their bosses who do not answer to the American public. Been going on since the Bush/Dulles days in the CIA.

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You forgot my yrs of membership

My 3 years, 6 months that I've been a member of Daily Paul because of my being a supporter of Dr. Paul -- you forgot to mention that.

As opposed to your membership of 1 year, 4 months, that is.

Speaking of about a year ago -- wasn't that around the time the Alex Jones conspiracy followers began mega posting on DP or do they go back farther than that? I can't remember. I just know there was a time when the posts on DP were about Ron Paul, big government, the national debt, and foreign policy blowback.

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Here We Go

People related to the case are going to start disappearing (standard operating procedure). I wonder if leaking this story was intentional to cause a "chilling effect".

Here you go again

Assuming the person shot was a good, innocent man before you know anything about him or the circumstances.

When I say "you," I mean you as part of the "LIfe is a Conspiracy/Government is the Culprit of Every Mass Murder" crowd.

Government is the culprit

Of almost all mass murder. I guess 262 mill dead from demicide was all a misunderstanding. Thanx for straightening that out.


Liberty = Responsibility

May I ask a question

Since you believe government is the perpetrator of all mass murders -- do you believe in the Easter Bunny too?

Nice try

Did say all but meant most in the sentance. But 262 mill dead from their own governments in the 20th century is the most mass murder. Here is the link: http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/MURDER.HTM

Please do not pollute my childhood memory of the Easter bunny by associating him with a group of criminals like those bandits and killers in DC. That is down right sick.


Liberty = Responsibility

Are you a "disinfo" guy?

Now you're just being blatant. You absolutely ARE jumping to conclusions ("there was no conspiracy"). Is it so absurd to think there could be one? Have you been following the White House scandals that are currently going on? Yet you're still completely confident that there's no chance of some "funny business" going on? If you truly believe that then you are willfully naive.

As a rule, I don't buy into conspiracies

In fact, conspiracies involving more than two or three people, I believe, are not even humanly possible to keep going. Case in point: the Watergate conspiracy, which was truly a conspiracy, blew up in their faces when the number in on their secret went beyond a few men.

People who work in government have no exceptional super-human capacity, and that I know first hand.

Ron Paul NEVER bought into any of these conspiracies for very good reason -- he knows government, he knows people who work in government, and he knows human nature. He's a wise man.

What abut the Federal

What abut the Federal Reserve? They kept that conspiracy going for a century...

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