Another extremely troubling fact related to the Boston Bombings is the fate of Ibragim Todashev, a 27 old man who got shot dead by FBI agents while being questioned about the bombings. The events leading to the shooting are still unclear. For this reason, on December 31st 2013, Ibragim’s father wrote an open letter to Obama in order to finally get some answers.
Abdulbaki Todashev says in his letter that son Ibragim Todashev, 27, knew dead marathon suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev through boxing but had no connection to the bombing or any other crime. He says his son voluntarily went to an FBI office in Orlando to speak with FBI agents four times before they showed up at his apartment May 22.
Attorney Barry Cohen said Monday the elder Todashev fears a cover-up and is writing to Obama one father to another to make sure that doesn’t happen. He is asking Obama to ensure authorities do not interfere with the investigation. (…)
He said his son was a loving son who came to America in 2008 to practice English and met Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at the gym when he lived in Massachusetts.
Todashev tells the magazine the FBI “deliberately” killed his son so “he can never speak and never take part in court hearings” and claims the FBI pressured his son’s friends also to prevent them speaking the truth.
Ibragim Todashev died in May after FBI agents questioning him about his friendship with Tsarnaev allege he lunged at an agent with a knife.
– news.com.au, Ibragim Todashev’s father writes open letter to President Obama
Why was this man, who willfully cooperated with the FBI and who lived hundreds of miles from the bombings, killed? While authorities claim that he attacked an agent with a knife while being questioned, this could easily be a fabricated story to justify a killing.
Like many other “elite-sponsored” events, everything surrounding the Boston Bombings is vague, unclear and confusing. And that’s the best way to identify a cover-up.