As our hearts go out to Boston and all the Victims of the latest terrorist attack, It is time to start asking questions and demanding the answers. With half of the 1.3 million Chechen people said to have fled from Chechnya to become refugees in neighbouring regions, many refusing to go back,The F.B.I. Did not seem to think it was relevant that this Chechnya family who managed to immigrated to the United States in 2002 would returned back to a country that has been in conflict with Russia for over 20 years.
In 2011 the U.S. government received a request from Russia to investigate Tamerlan Tsarnaev, (26) ,who at the time was only 24 . It is said the Russian tip claimed that he was seen with an Islamic militant six times. They still cleared him as having no ties to any extremest groups or Islamic insurgents.
Freeing him up to fly back home to the Russian regions of Dagestan and Chechnya, spend six months in 2012 and return to plan the Bombings that killed 3, injured 100 ‘s more, shutting down Boston for a week.
Because he was cleared and was not put on a no fly list or watch list of any kind, He was able to move under the radar without having to answer any questions as to why he went back home for such a long visit, six month. Home to one of the most fierce major active Islamic Chechen extremists Groups known as ‘Caucasus Emirate’.
According to CNN, when he returned to the united states ,he started posting Videos with members of the group Imarat Kavkaz .The most potent militant Islamist group in the north Caucasus — which includes Chechnya and Dagestan. Tsarnaev also appears to have posted and then removed a video of a militant named Abu Dujana, a jihad leader who was later killed by Russian troops. Leaving us to wonder if he was “red flaged” would Homeland Security have had a chance to stop the Boston bombing?
While they have us revelling in the joy they got the terrorists and patting them on the back for a job well done,Officials will start, covering up their grave errors of not taking the warning from Russia more serious. It feels to me like Deja vu of 9/11, with missed communications between agencies, that allowed terrorist to follow through with attacks in New York.