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Were Boston Bombing Suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Connected to the CIA?

Did accused Boston bombers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, have links to CIA?

Recent news in the alternative press has linked the alleged Boston bomber’s uncle, Ruslan Tsarni (formerly known as Tsanir) and top CIA Official Graham Fuller. According to Alexander Higgins of Before it’s News, Ruslan was a “well connected oil executive” who was known for being on the CIA payroll, before moving to the United States and eventually marrying Graham Fuller’s daughter. Graham fuller has since confirmed that Tsarni had indeed married his daughter.

Tsanir had also received money from USAID, a “U.S. taxpayer foreign aid fund notoriously known for funding global CIA black operations which operate under the flag of various humanitarian and pro-democracy operations.”

Who is Graham Fuller?

While in the CIA, Graham Fuller is commonly known for planning the covert sale of weapons to Iran in which later became known the Iran-Contra affair, a political scandal in which he was later vindicated by the Reagan administration. Graham later worked under the Bush administration as a consultant in his comprehensive “War on Terror.”

Graham has been previously named by FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds as one of America’s “Deep State Rogues” a list of government officials who use the state secret doctrine to cover up evidence of criminal wrongdoing. Sibel Edmonds was later muzzled under the Bush administration under the explanation of “state secrets.”

Mainstream Media Silent; Fuller Declares Non-Issue

The fact that the uncle of the accused Boston bombers was connected to Graham Fuller has been conspicuously absent in most of the mainstream media, though a recent report in the widely circulated Daily Mail confirmed the fact and secured an interview with Fuller.

Fuller claims any overt connection to the bombings is “absurd.”

“Like all Chechens, Ruslan was very concerned about his native land, but I saw no particular involvement in politics,' Fuller told Al-Monitor.

'I doubt he even had much to say of intelligence value other than talking about his own family’s sad tale of deportation from Chechnya by Stalin to Central Asia. Every Chechen family has such stories.'”

Sources: Before It’s News, Daily Mail, Sibel Edmond’s Boiling Frogs


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