Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Was Hakimullah Mehsud And The Pakistani Taliban Behind The Boston Marathon Bombing?

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UPDATE: Images have surfaced of the scene before the bombing showing dark-skinned Middle Eastern looking males with large black backpacks:

While the FBI (Federal Bureau of Incompetence) is undoubtedly busy investigating the possibility that the Boston Marathon Bombing on "Patriot's Day" was the act of a domestic, right-wing Christian terrorist group - because that's 'politically correct' - my quick investigation points to the possibility of a foreign terrorist hand in the attack. More specifically, I've deduced that the Pakistani Taliban might be ultimately to blame, likely under the leadership of Hakimullah Mehsud who is currently presumed dead by "U.S. intelligence" (an oxymoron if there ever was one).

If I seem a little put off by Washington's capacity to track down terrorists, it's because I'm pretty sure Russia was ultimately behind the 9/11 terror attacks and I think I uncovered the identity of the true Anthrax mailer behind the first WMD terrorist attack on U.S. soil in the autumn of 2001 following 9/11. Unfortunately, the FBI decided to use an innocent American citizen, Bruce Ivins, as their fall guy in the Amerithrax investigation after the poor soul committed suicide while under intense, merciless FBI scrutiny.

Watch The Anthrax Files on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

Meanwhile, the Iraqi microbiologist likely responsible for the crime has been left free to teach microbiology in New York City.

As I've been warning all along, those looking after America's national security are sleeping at the wheel, and it's about to get us all killed.

As for the Boston Marathon Bombing, it's noteworthy that, while there has been no terrorist group claim of responsibility yet, there's been a claim of innocence by the Pakistani Taliban.

"The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) wasn't involved in carrying out the Boston attacks," Ehsanullah Ehsan, a spokesman for the group told The Daily Telegraph. "We will issue a fuller statement only when those who have done this make any claim."

Oh really? Who was asking you in the first place?

This seems a rather strange pronouncement by the al Qaida affiliated group that has jumped at the opportunity to claim responsibility in past terrorist incidents like the 2010 Times Square bombing attempt in NYC:

Experts on the Pakistani Taliban are dismissing out of hand the group's claims of responsibility for the car bomb placed Saturday in New York City's Times Square. The group has made false claims in the past and shows no evidence of having international reach.

The Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have posted two videos since the attack, according to US-based monitoring groups. In one, a Taliban spokesman claims the New York attack. In the second, alleged to have been filmed on April 4, TTP leader Hakimullah Mehsud promises attacks inside the United States within a month. The US and Pakistan had believed Mr. Mehsud died in a drone attack back in January.

Importantly, the Pakistani Taliban were ultimately found the be responsible for the 2010 Times Square bombing plot:

The U.S. Attorney General says there is evidence the Pakistani Taliban was behind the failed car bombing in New York’s Times Square. American authorities had previously rejected claims by the group that it was behind the May 1 plot.

Naturalised American citizen Faisal Shahzad, who was born in Pakistan, is currently facing terrorism and weapons charges after authorities said he admitted rigging a car with explosives.

Appearing on ABC Television’s This Week, Eric Holder said: ‘We’ve now developed evidence that shows that the Pakistani Taliban was behind the attack. ‘We know that they helped facilitate it. We know that they probably helped finance it, and that [Shahzad] was working at their direction.’

It seems like the Pakistani Taliban are saying, "Don't look in our direction!", for some reason in the wake of the Boston Marathon Bombing.

Why suspect the involvement of the Pakistani Taliban (which is the TTP) in the Boston Marathon Bombing?

How about their modus operandi?

Abbas wouldn't say how long it would take to clear the valley of 4,000 or 5,000 militants, including small numbers of foreigners — Tajiks and Uzbeks — as well as Punjabi extremists and tough Waziri fighters.

He said the military was reinforcing the 12,000 to 15,000 troops already in Swat. He gave no details, but he predicted a tough fight against militants who exploited the peace deal to regroup, descend from mountain hideouts and seize most of Swat's towns.

The troops faced guerrilla tactics, including remotely detonated homemade bombs made of explosives, steel pellets and nails packed into pressure cookers, Abbas said.

As the latest news reports reveal, "pressure cookers" stuffed with ball bearings and nails were utilized in the Boston Marathon Bombing:

Federal agents zeroed in Tuesday on how the Boston Marathon bombing was carried out — with kitchen pressure cookers packed with explosives, nails and other lethal shrapnel — but said they still didn't know who did it and why.

Notably, the Pakistani Taliban were behind many of the most recent terrorist plots against America including a 2009 New York City bombing plot by Najibullah Zazi, the Camp Chapman attack that killed seven CIA officers in December 2009 and the attempted bombing of Times Square in 2010 by an unrepentant Faisal Shahzad:

"War with Muslims has just begun; the defeat of the US is imminent, inshallah [God willing]." - Faisal Shahzad

Following the Times Square bombing attempt in 2010, Pakistani authorities reportedly arrested Faisal Shazhad's father-in-law. In America, the father of Huma Mian, wife of Faisal Shazhad (their marriage was arranged), goes by the name of Mohammad Asif Mian, a man who has lived in the Denver suburb of Aurora.

He has a Facebook page you can view even now.

Notably, Mohammad Asif Mian lived near Najibullah Zazi before Zazi's drive to New York City to blow up the subway system there:

The Denver Post identified Mian's father as Mohammad Asif Mian. He lives in Aurora, a suburb east of Denver, according to Arapahoe County assessor and phone records. Mr. Mian could not be reached for comment, as the home's phone had been disconnected.

Zazi, who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a plot to set off bombs in the New York City subway, was arrested at his home in Aurora in 2009.

Asked if they were looking into whether Shahzad had lived in Colorado, FBI spokesman Dave Joly in Denver said he did not believe so. Joly and an FBI spokesman in New York said they were not aware of any direct link between Shahzad and Zazi. [SOURCE]

This where things get interesting.

Tonight I spent $150 for Radaris reports on Faisal Shazhad, Huma Mian and Mohammad Asif Mian and an intriguing address popped up as Mohammed Mian's last known address: 872 Massachusetts Ave #701 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Notably, this is walking distance from 666 Boylston Street which marked the finish line of the Boston Marathon that was bombed on Monday with an improvised explosive devise characteristic of those used by the Pakistani Taliban.


I don't know, but, if I were investigating the case, I'd take a close look at that address as well as Mohammad Asif Mian and his associates.

I hope the Feds can figure out the rest, because I'm getting sick and tired of trying to help them see the light. After all, I don't have a multi-billion dollar budget to waste on politically correct stupidity. I just have a computer, an internet connection and some common sense to work with...


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