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TUNISIA: Video of Saudi Zio-Wahhabi terrorist attack

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Yesterday an Islamic State-linked Saudi Zio-Wahhabi terrorist attacked the Imperial Marhaba hotel and the Royal Kenz hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, killing 39 people, mainly tourists. German, British, and Belgian nationals were killed in the attack.

Heavy  The video shows mass chaos as gunfire erupts in the background. Dead bodies are seen strewn across various locations, from streets surrounding the resorts to dead beach-goer corpses.

Here is a partial translation of what is being said in Arabic:

0:40 “He died, he died!”
0:50 “He has– He has a bomb; HE HAS A BOMB”
1:00 “Come from here COME AROUND HERE COME AROUND HERE”
1:25 “Come here!” (in quieter voice) “he’s about to give him a gun.. yeah look he’s about to give him a gun”
1:34 “Look.. the [people?] died..”
1:55 “Oh god”
2:03 “Look here, look here she didn’t die; Dad??”
2:33 [breathing heavily] “.. he’s still shooting!?”
2:44 [Yelling to people around] “He’s alone, HE’S ALONE ALONE ALONE”
there was a lot of background yelling and talking that i didn’t hear well or understand, feel free to correct me or add more. really such a tragedy.

Saudi Zio-Wahhabi  ISIS-linked Twitter account claims that Abu Yihya al-Kairouni carried out the murders. Although this just may be Rezgui’s nom de guerre. The attacker was killed by police.

And here we have several Muslim men surrounding an injured overweight woman in a pink bikini:

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Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS Releases Picture of Tunisian Terrorist

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ISIS Releases Picture of Tunisian Terrorist + Horrifying Video of Attack
Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS Releases Picture of Tunisian Terrorist + Horrifying Video of Attack
ISIS have released a picture of the man they say was behind the murderous attack on a Tunisian beach yesterday.

Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS social media accounts were sharing a photograph of a man they named as Abu Yahya Qayrawani – which could be the Zio-Wahhabi terrorists name for Seifeddine Yacoubi, the gunman killed by security .

A statement accompanying the picture said: ‘Our brother, the soldier of the Caliphate, Abu Yahya al Qayrawani, reached his target the Imperial hotel despite the security measures.’

Eyewitness accounts say Yacoubi was seen laughing and joking among the midday bathers and sun seekers, looking like any other tourist, Mail Online reports.

But this astonishing footage shows the moment terrified holidaymakers fled a beach as a murderous gunman patrolled the tourist spot picking out victims.

In the shaky mobile phone footage, the recorder first runs away from the deadly shoot-out on the beach along with others fearing for their lives.

After fleeing the beach, the person filming the dramatic scene hides behind a rubbish bin on the streets of Sousse.

Here is a partial translation of what is being said in the video in Arabic:

0:40 “He died, he died!”
0:50 “He has– He has a bomb; HE HAS A BOMB”
1:00 “Come from here COME AROUND HERE COME AROUND HERE”
1:25 “Come here!” (in quieter voice) “he’s about to give him a gun.. yeah look he’s about to give him a gun”
1:34 “Look.. the [people?] died..”
1:55 “Oh god”
2:03 “Look here, look here she didn’t die; Dad??”
2:33 [breathing heavily] “.. he’s still shooting!?”
2:44 [Yelling to people around] “He’s alone, HE’S ALONE ALONE ALONE”
there was a lot of background yelling and talking that i didn’t hear well or understand, feel free to correct me or add more. really such a tragedy.

 

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National Movement to Lower Flag of Racial Hatred, 150 Years Overdue

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“The Confederate flag should come down because it is embarrassing to all Americans,” writes columnist Ta-Nehisi Coates

The Confederate flag flies at the Capitol building in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo: eyeliam/flickr/cc)

The Confederate flag flies at the Capitol building in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo: eyeliam/flickr/cc)

One hundred and fifteen years after the end of the American Civil War and despite decades of calls for its retirement, the Confederate Flag—the emblem of the Old South and its racist legacy—may finally be coming down.

In the days following the horrific massacre of nine black people at a church bible study in Charleston, South Carolina, images were shared widely of the 21-year-old killer Dylann Roof posing with the flag.

The shock of the brutal and racially motivated killings coupled with a growing Civil Rights movement has seemingly catalyzed a wave of condemnation which has swept the U.S., with politicians and others—who for years have defended the flag as a symbol of Southern pride and heritage—all joining in the national call for a boycott.

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In South Carolina on Tuesday, lawmakers voted to take up legislation to remove the flag from statehouse grounds, one day after Republican Governor Nikki Haley made similar remarks.

Also Tuesday, both Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia and Governor Pat McCrory of North Carolina announced they would no longer be issuing state license plates featuring the Confederate flag.

Retailers Walmart, Amazon, Sears and Ebay announced bans on the sale of Confederate flag merchandise. At the same time, Etsy, the online marketplace, has prohibited the sale of Confederate flag items.

One of the nation’s largest flag manufacturers, Valley Forge Flag, on Tuesday also said they would no longer produce or sell Confederate flags.

In Mississippi, House leader Philip Gunn (R) called for the Confederate emblem to be removed from the state flag.

Others are simply burning the Confederate flag in a statement the Washington Post dubbedthe “latest viral stunt.”

Meanwhile, monuments honoring the Confederacy and Confederate soldiers have also come under fire.

Across the country, people have started “tagging,” or spray-painting, Confederate memorials with words like “racist” or “Black Lives Matter.”

Tennessee lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are calling for the removal of statue of Confederate general and Ku Klux Klan wizard Nathan Bedford Forrest from the statehouse.

And in Kentucky, the Republican nominee for governor, Matt Bevin, is urging the removal of a statue honoring Jefferson Davis from the Capitol.

Though many consider the flag boycott a victory, rights advocates caution that people should not be distracted or pacified in the fight for equality. Nor should they applaud those who, until the recent killings, supported the use of the Confederate flag.

“When that flag comes down, we as a society will have taken a significant step towards confronting our history, our past that never passed, and finding the courage to end the state and individual violence that flows from white supremacy,” said Vincent Warren, executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights. However, Warren notes that there are “no guarantees” that the boycott “will stop individuals from doing terrible things like this.”

“In fact,” he adds, “we will likely see greater resistance to this step from people who continue to benefit from the demonization and repression of Black and Brown communities. But we owe it to a new generation of Americans to be honest about where we came from, brave enough to go to the roots of the power structures that perpetuate violence and racism, and smart enough to be radically intentional about where we need to go if we are not to see acts like this as the essence of the America we know too well.”

And author and Atlantic columnist Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote on Monday: “The Confederate flag should not come down because it is offensive to African Americans. The Confederate flag should come down because it is embarrassing to all Americans. The embarrassment is not limited to the flag, itself. The fact that it still flies, that one must debate its meaning in 2015, reflects an incredible ignorance.”

Coates adds, “A century and a half after Lincoln was killed, after 750,000 of our ancestors died, Americans still aren’t quite sure why.”

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After 13 Years of Hell, Human Held Without Charges Has One Question for US

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‘If the war in Afghanistan is over,’ asks prisoner languishing at offshore prison, ‘why am I still here?’

In a strikingly personal piece, Moath al-Alwi expresses his grief, anger, and frustrations after nearly 13 years of being held with no charges by the U.S. government. “I wonder now,” he writes, “if the US follows any rule of law at all: the Geneva Conventions or even its own Constitution. Where is the freedom and justice for all that it so proudly boasts to the world?” (Photo: AP/file)

Moath al-Alwi, who has been a prisoner of the U.S. government and detained at the offshore prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba since 2002 without ever being charged with a crime or afforded a trial, has a simple yet urgent question for the American people and the U.S. government: Why am I still here?

“The world may turn a blind eye and find this number small. But for each of us here, the cost of our indefinite and unfair imprisonment is beyond immeasurable. Our families have lost fathers, brothers, husbands, and sons to this hell on earth. Many of us have unnecessarily lost over a decade of our already short time in this world, yearning to be free again.”
—Moath al-Alwi

If the war in Afghanistan is now over, as he has heard President Obama and other lawmakers say many times, the Yemeni national wonders what possible reason could the U.S. have in keeping a man like himself—guilty of no crime—locked away on an island prison for nearly thirteen years.

Despite the protests of dedicated human rights and legal activists in the U.S. and around the world, the fact that the U.S. government continues to justify the “indefinite detention” of human beings for a war that has become detached from geographical boundaries and has no end date, remains one of the most glaring, yet ignored, realities of post-9/11 America.

In a strikingly personal piece that has now appeared in both Al-Jazeera English and The Nation, al-Alwi expresses his grief, anger, and frustrations. “I wonder now,” he writes, “if the U.S. follows any rule of law at all: the Geneva Conventions or even its own Constitution. Where is the freedom and justice for all that it so proudly boasts to the world?”

Moath al-Alwi, one of the first people to arrive at the offshore prison at Guantanamo, has never been charged with a single crime.

Un-edited and in full, his missive to those who hold him captive follows:

I hear the war in Afghanistan is over. 

This war was supposedly the reason I remained trapped, rotting in this endless horror at Guantanamo Bay. I write this letter today to ask, if this war has ended, why am I still here? Why has nothing changed?

Amid falling bombs and mass hysteria, I fled Afghanistan for safety when the US launched its military operations in 2001. I was abducted despite never fighting against the United States, was sold into US military custody, and then imprisoned, tortured, and abused at Guantanamo since 2002 without ever being charged with a single crime.

I protest this injustice by hunger striking, refusing food and sometimes water.One of Guantanamo’s long-term hunger strikers, I am a frail man now, weighing only 96 pounds (44kg) at 5’5″ (1.68m).

Recently, my latest strike surpassed its second year. My health is deteriorating rapidly, but my intention to continue my strike is steadfast. I do not want to kill myself. My religion prohibits suicide. But despite daily bouts of violent vomiting and sharp pain, I will not eat or drink to peacefully protest against the injustice of this place. My protest is the one form of control I have of my own life and I vow to continue it until I am free.

I remain on lockdown alone in my cell 22 hours a day. Despite my condition, prison authorities unleash an entire riot squad of six giant guards to forcibly extract me from my cell, restrain me onto a chair and brutally force-feed me daily. They push a thick tube down my nose until I bleed, after which I vomit.

This gruesome procedure may not be written about so much any more, but it remains my everyday reality. It is painful. And it is bewildering. How can I possibly resist anyone, let alone these men? Hunger striking is a form of peaceful and civil disobedience. It is not a crime. So why am I being punished? Why not humanely tube-feed me instead?

My time here has been ridden with unanswered questions. Two years ago, as I attempted to pray, a sudden raid was ordered and a guard deliberately shot me without warning or provocation. Once again, I was not resisting. So why did he shoot? My clothes, torn, were soaked in my own blood. I want the government to ask the guard who shot me to account for his actions.

I began to wonder if shooting without any provocation is legal in the US. But now I realise that US police officers get away with ruthlessly killing black people all the time.

I wonder now if the US follows any rule of law at all: the Geneva Conventions or even its own Constitution. Where is the freedom and justice for all that it so proudly boasts to the world?

For us at Guantanamo, this place is not fit for any living, breathing, human being. The US seems to want to smother us, to kill us slowly as we are left in a vacuum of uncertainty wondering if we will ever be free.

I have lived the past 13 years in this despair, at the cost of my dignity, paying the price for the US government’s political theatre. Meanwhile, little has changed for the 122 men remaining at Guantanamo.

The world may turn a blind eye and find this number small. But for each of us here, the cost of our indefinite and unfair imprisonment is beyond immeasurable. Our families have lost fathers, brothers, husbands, and sons to this hell on earth. Many of us have unnecessarily lost over a decade of our already short time in this world, yearning to be free again.

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Qatar Praises ‘Jurassic World’ Operators for Low Worker Death Count

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Calling it a model for safe working conditions that its own management could learn from, Qatari officials have reportedly tried to contact the operators of the theme park from the hit film ‘Jurassic World to find out how they were able to operate an entertainment facility with so few worker deaths.

“After watching the documentary, we were impressed by how Jurassic World’s security measures were able to keep worker deaths for the day in the low double-digits,” explained Qatari Emir Tamim Al Thani, who is overseeing the construction of Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup stadium complex. “If we adopt the same strict worker fatality mitigation methods, we may be able to complete the construction project with fewer than 4,000 worker deaths, which would be quite an achievement.”

Qatari officials pointed out that the FIFA construction project has seen a high number of workers eaten alive even though the stadiums do not house mammoth genetically-bred dinosaurs.

“I believe only a couple dozen workers were devoured over the course of a full work day at Jurassic World, which is a lower number than we have been able to achieve in any given day,” Al Thani said. “We have to find out what they’re doing right.”

As of press time, however, Qatari officials said they were no longer interested in emulating Jurassic World’s model after learning the park paid its employees.

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Man Told He Must Pay For ‘Permission’ To Sue Cop Who Killed His Dog

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Utah law requires anyone who wishes to sue a police officer to pay their court expenses up front.

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A Utah resident has just been told that he must pay up if he wants to sue the police officer who gunned down his down.

Sean Kendall’s dog, Geist, was shot and killed by a Salt Lake City cop who was searching for a missing child last year.

Neither Kendall, nor Geist had anything to do with that missing child. But that didn’t protect the dog from the trigger-happy officer.

Salt Lake city officials eventually offered Kendall a $10,000 settlement, after public outrage began to mount about the canine killing.

Kendall rejected the offer, saying: “It would be like, ‘For $10,000 you can break into my backyard and kill my dog.’ That’s not right.”

He said he wants to sue the officer who actually pulled the trigger, not just receive hush money from the city. But now his attorneys have been informed that if he wants to sue the police officer, he will need a lot more than $10,000.

That’s because Utah law requires anyone who wishes to sue a police officer to pay their court expenses up front. The citizen is only reimbursed for those court costs if they win the case. This makes it virtually impossible to sue a police officer in the State of Utah, no matter what they have done.

Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson is Kendall’s attorney. He says that this bizarre requirement “severely undermines the rule of law, while letting abusive law-enforcement officers off the hook for their violations of the state constitution and other state legal protections.”

He is now awaiting a court ruling as to whether these legal fees are in fact to be deemed unconstitutional.

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Court Rules First Amendment Protects Profanity Against Police

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Justices said the First Amendment protects citizens against prosecution when they exercise their constitutional right to speak and to criticize certain governmental activities.

In this Aug. 20, 2014 file photo police arrest a man as they disperse a protest against the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

SEATTLE — The Washington Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that a citizen has the First Amendment right to call police abusive names and yell profanity while they’re investigating a crime.

The court threw out the conviction of a juvenile, identified only by the initials E.J.J., who yelled at officers while they tried to take his intoxicated sister into custody.

“While E.J.J.’s words may have been disrespectful, discourteous and annoying, they are nonetheless constitutionally protected,” Associate Chief Justice Charles Johnson wrote for the six-justice majority. When citizens exercise their right to criticize “how the police are handling a situation, they cannot be concerned about risking a criminal conviction for obstruction.”

Chief Justice Barbara Madsen concurred with that ruling, but said the conviction should be dismissed on different grounds. She said obstruction charges are “used disproportionately to arrest people of color,” so the court should add a common law requirement that says if the officer’s conduct substantially contributes to the escalation of the situation, the obstruction charge should be dismissed.

Police responded to a report of an out-of-control juvenile woman. As they took her from the house, E.J.J. thought he saw one officer pull out a nightstick. He stood in the doorway and yelled at the officers not to use it on his sister. Officers ordered him to go into the house and close the door, but he kept yelling. After he yelled profanity, police arrested him on a charge of obstructing a law enforcement officer.

The justices said the First Amendment protects citizens against prosecution when they exercise their constitutional right to speak and to criticize certain governmental activities

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U.S.A: Hackers Get Hold Of Government Worker’s

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Intimate Secretes Including Infidelity, Sexual Fetishes And Drug Abuse

The exposure suggests that the massive computer breach at the Office of Personnel Management is more significant and potentially damaging to national security than officials have previously said.

A man uses a computer at a computer shop in central London

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A senior U.S. official has confirmed that foreign hackers compromised the intimate personal details of an untold number of government workers. Likely included in the hackers’ haul: information about workers’ sexual partners, drug and alcohol abuse, debts, gambling compulsions, marital troubles, and any criminal activity.

Those details, which are now presumed to be in the hands of Chinese spies, are found in the so-called “adjudication information” that U.S. investigators compile on government employees and contractors who are applying for security clearances. The exposure suggests that the massive computer breach at the Office of Personnel Management is more significant and potentially damaging to national security than officials have previously said.

Three former U.S. intelligence officials told The Daily Beast that the adjudication information would effectively provide dossiers on current and former government employees, as well as contractors. It gives foreign intelligence agencies a roadmap for finding people with access to the government’s most highly classified secrets.

Obama administration officials had previously acknowledged the breach of information that applicants voluntarily disclose on a routine questionnaire, called Standard Form 86, but the theft of the more detailed and wide-ranging adjudication information appears to have gone overlooked.

The exam can be extraordinarily intimate, bordering on humiliating. One former official said a polygrapher once asked if he’d ever practiced bestiality. And now that information is apparently in the hands of foreign spies.

“Whoever compromised the adjudication information is going to have clear knowledge, beyond what’s in the SF86, about who the best targets for espionage are in the United States,”Michael Adams, a computer security expert who served more than two decades in the U.S. Special Operations Command, told The Daily Beast. “This is the most successful cyber attack in the history of the United States,” owing to the amount and quality of the information that was stolen, Adams said.

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Boston Bombings’ Death Sentence

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s “Scripted” Confession. Who Wrote It?

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Tsarnaev-Sentencing

U.S District Court Judge George O’Toole has officially sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death. Tsarnaev is to be executed at the Federal Prison in Terre Haute, Indiana.

At the end of the hearing, US District Judge George A. OToole Jr. sentenced Tsarnaev to death on six of the 30 charges he was convicted of, and gave him consecutive life sentences for some of his other crimes. OToole was bound by the jurys decision to sentence Tsarnaev to death a sentence that is subject to an automatic appeal.

The jury condemned Tsarnaev to death specifically for the bomb he placed that killed two people not for a separate bomb his older brother placed.

OToole, in his remarks before he issued the sentence, told Tsarnaev he will be remembered solely for his evil.(Boston Globe, June 24, 2015)

Judge George OToole Photo credit: US District Court

The Judge allowed

“survivors and victims’ family members to address Tsarnaev, speaking to him about their pain one after the other for over three hours. At the end of this time Tsarnaev read the following statement to the court as preserved by the court reporter.”

This confession is a forced confession which is being used for propaganda purposes. Tsarneev did not write it.

With numerous references to Prophet Mohammed, the confession portrays Tsarnaev as a Muslim terrorist.

The confession is being used as a propaganda tool by the mainstream media to foment a renewed wave of islamophobia across America.

Now, I am sorry for the lives that I’ve taken, for the suffering that I’ve caused you, for the damage that I’ve done. Irreparable damage.

Now, I am a Muslim. My religion is Islam. The God I worship, besides whom there is no other God, is Allah.

Immediately after the bombing, which I am guilty of — if there’s any lingering doubt about that, let there be no more. I did do it along with my brother

Being a Muslim is associated with “The lives I have taken”. It sends a subliminal message.

There is ample evidence that Tsarnaev is innocent. From the outset, his attorney Judy Clarke was complicit in seeking a guilty verdict. He was framed and his lawyer was involved in engineering the confession of an innocent man. No “lingering doubts”.

Carefully worded. Who wrote the confession?

And Judge O’Toole concludes: [Muslims ] “will be remembered for his evil”

For further details, see the selection of articles published by Global Research on this issue.

Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, June 25, 2015

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Transcript of Confession

BEFORE THE HONORABLE GEORGE A. O’TOOLE, JR.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

EXCERPT OF DISPOSITION

ALLOCUTION OF DZHOKHAR A. TSARNAEV

[Courtroom N. 9 Boston June 24, 2015]

THE DEFENDANT: Thank you, your Honor, for giving me an opportunity to speak. I would like to begin in the name of Allah, the exalted and glorious, the most gracious, the most merciful, “Allah” among the most beautiful names. Any act that does not begin in the name of God is separate from goodness.

This is the blessed month of Ramadan, and it is the month of mercy from Allah to his creation, a month to ask forgiveness of Allah and of this creaion, a month to express gratitutde to Allah and to his creation. It’s the month of reconciliation, a month of patience, a month during which hearts change. Indeed, a month of many blessings.

The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, said if you have not thanked the people, you have not thanked God. So I would like to first thank my attorneys, whose who sit at this table, the table behind me, and many more behind the scenes. They have done much good for me, from my family. They made my life the last two years very easy. I cherish their company. They’re lovely companions. I thank you.

I would like to thank those who took time out of their daily lives to come and testify on my behalf despite the pressure. I’d like to thank the jury for their service, and the Court. The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, said that if you do not — if you are not merciful to Allah’s creation, Allah will not be merciful to you, so I’d like to now apologize to the victims, to the survivors.

Immediately after the bombing, which I am guilty of — if there’s any lingering doubt about that, let there be no more. I did do it along with my brother — I learned of some of the victims. I learned their names, their faces, their age. And throughout this trial more of those victims were given names, more of those victims had faces, and they had burdened souls.

Now, all those who got up on that witness stand and that podium related to us — to me — I was listening — the suffering that was and the hardship that still is, with strength and with patience and with dignity. Now, Allah says in the Qur’an that no soul is burdened with more than it can bear, and you told us just how unbearable it was, who horrendous it was, this thing I put you through. And I know that you kept that much. I know that there isn’t enought time in the day for you to have related to us everything. I also wish that far more people had a chance to get up there, but I took them from you.

Now, I am sorry for the lives that I’ve taken, for the suffering that I’ve caused you, for the damage that I’ve done. Irreparable damage.

Now, I am a Muslim. My religion is Islam. The God I worship, besides whom there is no other God, is Allah. And I prayed for Allah to bestow his mercy upon the deseased, those affected in the bombin and their families. Allah says in the Qu’ran that with every hardship there is relief. I pray for your relief, for your healing, for your well-being, for your strength.

I ask Allah to have mercy upon me and my brother and my family. I ask Allah to bestow his mercy upon those present here today. And Allah knows best those deserving of his mercy. And I ask Allah to have mercy upon the ummah of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Amin. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.

Thank you.

[I Marcia G. Patrisso, RMR, CRR, Official Reporter of the United States District Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing transcript constitutes, to the best of my skill and ability, a true and accurate transcription of my stenotype notes taken in the matter of Criminal Action No. 13-10200-GAO, United States of America v. Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.

/s/ Marcia G. Patrisso

_________________

MARCIA G. PATRISSO, RMR, CRR

Official Court Reporter


To better understand the suspicious nature of Tsarnaev’s confession, Global Research brings to the attention of its readers the following articles on the Tsarnaev trial and the Boston Bombing.

Tsarnaev Case Judge: FBI Interview Reports Are UnreliableAnd Cast in Stone, James Henry, May 20, 2015

US District Court Judge George OTooles admonition inadvertently bolstered long-standing criticisms of FBI interview practicesthat the FBI creates its own truth by refusing to electronically record interviews, and then forcing witnesses to go along with it using threats of jail time under the federal making false statements statute.

The United States of Injustice and the Boston Bombing Trial. Court of Public Opinion Lynching, Prosecutorial Distortions, Stephen Lendman, May 17, 2015

Wrongful convictions are longstanding US practice including numerous victims sentenced to capital punishment for crimes they didnt commit. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is the latest example wrongfully convicted on 30 counts, 17 subject to possible capital punishment.

Boston Bombing Core Mystery: Why are Feds Not Interested in this Man?, Jill Vaglica, 26 May 2015

Perhaps most troubling is the FBIs successful effort to minimize its prior relationship with Tsarnaevs dead older brother, Tamerlana relationship that demands focused attention because of the Bureaus long, documented history of placing its own assets inside violent plots as infiltrators or informants. A cast of highly interesting secondary characters have behaved oddly enough that any serious inquiry would focus on them.

Tsarnaev Sentenced to Death: The Boston Bombing and the Tsarnaev Trial Lies, Anomalies and Inconsistencies, Julie Lévesque, May 15, 2015

Global Research invites you to take a moment to look at some of the best articles published on the Boston Marathon Bombing and the Tsarnaev brothers, all of which reveal lies, anomalies and inconsistencies in the official story.

Boston Marathon Bombings Guilty Verdict Exposed as a Gross Travesty of Justice, Joachim Hagopian, April 12, 2015

With the official government narrative of the 9/11 attack filled with a plethora of lies that have since been subsequently exposed, the next biggest war on terror event on US soil that the feds failed to stop was the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

Boston Bombing: Feds Admit No Evidence Tsarnaev Brothers Involved in the Slayings, James Henry,

The Boston Marathon bombing is much more important than has been acknowledged, principally because it is the defining domestic national security event since 9/11and has played a major role in expanding the power of the security state.

The Boston Bombings and the CIA Connection. Graham Fuller and Uncle Ruslan Tsarnaev, F. William Engdahl

Ruslan Tsarnaev, the outspoken uncle of the brothers was married to Samantha A. Fuller until 2004. Samanthas father is Graham Fuller, the senior CIA person who was the architect the Afghan Islamic fundamentalist Mujahideen war against the Soviets. He is also involved in creating a global jihad network, presumably acting on behalf of CIA interests.

FBI Agents Killed in Virginia Were Investigating the Boston Bombing, JG Vibes

Two FBI agents died in a fall from a helicopter in Virginia this week. Days later it has emerged that these agents were involved in the arrest of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.

Boston Bombings: Was Tamerlan Tsarnaev a Double Agent Recruited by the FBI?, Prof Peter Dale Scott

There is a strong possibility that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older of the two brothers, was a double agent, perhaps recruited by the FBI.

If Tsarnaev was a double agent, he would be just one of thousands of young people coerced by the FBI, as the price for settling a minor legal problem, into a dangerous career as an informant.

In Defense of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: The Real Smoking Gun in Boston, Kurt Haskell and Patrick Henningsen, April 21, 2015

As we will demonstrate, there is a strong forensic case to be made for Dzhokhar s innocence.

As 21WIRE outlined previously, there are a number key points and unique anomalies that have been overlooked in this case. None however, are as compelling as this smoking gun:

We invite you to search through our extensive database using key words:

Tsarnaev archive

Boston Bombing archive

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Tell the South Carolina legislature: Take the Confederate flag down NOW

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In his eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney on Friday, President Obama made a strong and stirring case for why now is the time to remove the Confederate flag from our public spaces:

“It’s true a flag did not cause these murders,” Obama added. “But as people from all walks of life now acknowledge…the flag has always represented more than just ancestral pride. For many, black and white, that flag was a reminder of systemic oppression and racial subjugation. We see that now. Removing the flag from this state’s capitol would not be an act of political correctness. It would not be an insult to the valor of Confederate soldiers. It would simply be an acknowledgment that the cause for which they fought—the cause of slavery—was wrong.”

In response to the horrific act of terrorism at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston last week, calls have been rising up across the country for the state of South Carolina to remove the Confederate flag from government grounds. Hundreds of thousands of people have signed online petitions from our allies at MoveOn and others calling for action, and even high profile Republicans like Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush have said that it is time for the flag to go.

Taking the Confederate flag down in South Carolina is a difficult process — 2/3 of the legislature must vote in favor of taking action before the issue can be addressed.

The South Carolina legislature will begin debate on whether or not to remove the flag as soon as next week. It’s up to us to keep the pressure on in order to make sure they do the right thing.

Tell the South Carolina legislature to respect the families of the victims: Stay in session, take down the Confederate flag and put it back in the museum where it belongs.

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