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Boston's top FBI agent to retire-Dzhokhar's convictor!


Richard DesLauriers was responsible for the commander of the operation that led to the arrest of Dzhokhar, and to the killing of Tamerlan. Gee, I wonder why he's retiring now. Usually, these guys retire after 30 years, not 26.

Was he the FBI agent that actually killed Tamerlan, or was he just sickened by the events that surrounded this whole deadly charade. Or, had he finally had it after a real live incident came to roost at the toes of his own feet.

Or, if the Boston brothers wasn't enough, maybe this was---

"We have confirmed through senior sources within the FBI that Ibragim was indeed unarmed when he was shot seven times in the head, what appears to be even in the back of the head," said Hassan Shibly, executive director of CAIR Florida. "That's very disturbing."

So the issue is-- here we have an FBI agent talking within the ranks, to the point that he whistle blew anonymously about what really happened with Dzhokhar's friend. And, who was the police officer that took the picture of Dzhokhar after he had climbed out of the boat and was laying on the ground all bloody and unconscious? He, too, was a whistleblower indirectly.

I believe we aren't the only ones who understand what really happened to the brothers, as well as to the friend. Policemen talk on their coffee breaks, just like we do. Most nice cops, I believe, don't like the situation they are in. But, where is a real courageous whistleblower for the Boston bombing? Would he please step forward, please?

I posted this article, mainly because I'm always looking for articles on these brothers, and I found it particularly interesting that this commander of this police operation would retire so soon. I believe his job became unbearable. I just wish he had the courage to come forward like Edward Snowden.

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