Boston Marathon Bombing: The FBI’s Suspects

“For clarity, these images should be the only ones, I emphasize the only ones, that the public should view to assist us. Other photos should not be deemed credible and they unnecessarily divert the public’s attention in the wrong direction and create undue work for vital law enforcement resources.” – FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers

Two brothers have been identified by police as the suspects. According to police, suspect number one is 20 year old Tamerlan Tsarnaev; who has since died as a result of gun shot wounds. Suspect number two is identified by police as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, a 19 year old male. The Associated Press reported that the Tsarnaev brothers have been legally living in the United States for about a year. Dzhokhar is still on the run, somewhere in Watertown, Massachusetts, after an encounter with officials. The two suspects were involved in a car-jacking, and both brothers are believed to be of Russian descent. Read 21st Century Wire’s article for more on the identification questions of the two suspects. Did authorities change the names of the two suspects? What do you think?

Steve Watson of is reporting “The father of the two suspects in the Boston bombing, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has told Russian and Western media that he believes his sons have been framed by US intelligence.” Steve Watson is also reporting “Suspect’s Twitter Account Discovered: Contains 9/11 Truth Comments.”

According to authorities, on Thursday April 18 at 10:30 pm (EDT) “a robbery took place at a 7/11 in Cambridge. Subsequently after that, an MIT police officer was shot on campus and has expired as a result of his wounds. There was a car-jacking that took place as well in Cambridge involving a Mercedes SUV. That car was ultimately discovered here in Watertown, and pursued by the Watertown Police Department. The pursuit went into a residential neighborhood not far from here, where there was an exchange of gunfire between Watertown Police, [an] NBTA police officer and two suspects in this SUV. During the course of that pursuit, several explosive devices were discharged from the car at the police officers. In the exchange of the gunfire we believe that one of the suspects was struck and ultimately taken into custody. A second suspect was able to flee from that car and there is an active search going on at this point-in-time. An NBTA police officer was struck during that exchange of gunfire and is currently at the Auburn Hospital in critical condition.”

Is this Suspect Number One crouching?

Also, is wondering why the man in the right corner of this image is blurred out in the video below.

The two suspects were identified by a man who was “seriously injured” according to Bloomberg News. Seriously injured? It looks like he had both of his feet and one leg blown off. In the original image of the man in a wheel chair, there’s not a lot of blood. It kind of looks like a crowbar is sticking out of his leg. This image might be blurred elsewhere.

We still have more questions about the events on 4/15/13, but most of all, we need more people from the marathon to come forward and corroborate what Alastair Stevenson told Anthony Gucciardi. Additional evidence of training exercises will help us get to the truth.

During the April 18th press conference, Special Agent DesLauriers stated that “for more than 100 years the FBI has relied upon the public to be its eyes and ears,” yet he’s not listening to the questions about training exercises witnessed by the eyes and ears of the people. The special agent isn’t talking about the false flag questions asked by Dan Bidondi of Were authorities running training exercises near the start-line on the morning of the bombing?

The FBI has told us what photos we should distribute and what photos we should not.

During the briefing, the special agent explained that “suspect number two set down a backpack, just in front of the Forum Restaurant.” Suspect number two, wearing a white hat, is the only one seen dropping a backpack. The FBI believe suspect number one, in the black hat, was conspiring with the second suspect. How these two suspects got past security at the Boston Marathon hasn’t been answered yet.

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