Saturday, April 20, 2013

Dzokhar Tsarneav Ran Over His Brother and Dragged His Body Down the Street - Which is Likely What Killed Him

The terrorist in custody is seen in photographs LOL after he placed a bomb beside a child in a crowded area that he knew would blow them to smithereens. To get away from the police, he drove over his brother, which is what likely killed him.

"One of [the officers] yells out 'look out' and here comes the black SUV, the carjacked car, directly at them," Deveau recalls. "They dive out of the way, yet he runs [over] his brother and drags him that short distance down the street."

"In effect, killing his brother?" Blitzer asked. "Yes, that's what we think," Deveau replies.

That is not a person who was hoodwinked or persuaded to do something he didn't want to do.

That is all.


breathnach said...


Young jihadist white hat returned to UMass Darmouth after the bombing and picked up his cool as a cucumber college kid routine right where he left off. He was partying with classmates on Wednesday.

Elder jihadist black hat showed signs of losing his cool, domestic violence and overall derangement.

White hat is as diabolical, if not more so, than black hat.

StevenD-Jasper said...

I knew Mark Shea was an Army General and Counter-terrorism expert, but did you know he was a Police chief too?

Mark Shea said: Shutting down the entire city when a fugitive on foot is in a small geographic area is plenty crazy.

did Shea know they had bombs? and multiple weapons on hand...

Read this thread and all the comments, so many law enforcement experts here:

Pauli said...

Just catching up with loser Shea on this. I liked the comment which linked to Volokh's blog here. It's always refreshing after reading Mark Shea to go read someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

TTC said...

I don't know you can stand to read him and/or the poor suckers in his comments section groomed to adore him and his cacophony. You're a better man than I am gunga din!

I love Volokh though - may add it to my blogroll!