Boston bomber’s application for US citizenship raises new questions


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Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev passed the US citizenship test just a few months before he helped carry out the Boston Marathon bombings that killed thee people and injured over 260, according to heavily redacted Department of Homeland Security documents obtained by the Boston Globe.

The documents, released to the Globe under the Freedom of Information Act, reveal that Mr. Tsarnaev, passed the test with only one incorrect answer, and that he also swore his allegiance to the United States and denied any links to terrorism.

Tsarnaev was killed in a firefight with law enforcement days after the April 15, 2013 bombings. He carried out the attacks, which killed three people and injured over 260, with his younger brother Dzhokhar. The younger Tsarnaev was arrested on April 19, and was sentenced to death last May.

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2016/0229/Boston-bomber-s-application-for-US-citizenship-raises-new-questions

BOSTON BOMBER’S CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION RAISES QUESTIONS


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The documents, released to the Globe under the Freedom of Information Act, reveal that Mr. Tsarnaev, passed the test with only one incorrect answer, and that he also swore his allegiance to the United States and denied any links to terrorism.

Tsarnaev was killed in a firefight with law enforcement days after the April 15, 2013 bombings. He carried out the attacks, which killed three people and injured over 260, with his younger brother Dzhokhar. The younger Tsarnaev was arrested on April 19, and was sentenced to death last May.

The documents, while heavily redacted, have spurred further questions over whether immigration officials missed any potential warning signs during the application process. Tsarnaev began the process after a 178-day trip to his native Russia that federal investigators believe may have helped radicalize him, a trip that he disclosed to immigrations officials, according to the Globe. He also disclosed a 2009 arrest for assaulting a former girlfriend, and that he wanted to change his name to “Muaz,” an early Islamic scholar – a move that Russian officials had warned was a sign of radicalization.

http://www.infowars.com/boston-bombers-citizenship-application-raises-questions/

Syrian Passport Found Near Body of One of Paris Suicide Bombers


1030084315 The documents are currently being checked by the authorities. It has also been reported that a set of fingerprints belonging to a French citizen, linked to militant Islamists, who had allegedly taken part in the terrorist attack were found at the scene.

Two of seven terrorists responsible for Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris have been identified, police said. One of them was found to be a Syrian, another one a French national.

Read more: http://sputniknews.com/europe/20151114/1030097601/paris-bomber-syria-passport.html#ixzz3rUQxdFKy