Update May 5th: Tsarni trying to get his nephew buried in Mass. But, he has been successful in America, why not ship his body back to Russia. His grave in America will just serve as a rallying point for protestors.
In the midst of the media storm created by the Boston Bomber Brothers Tsarnaev, their Uncle Ruslan Tsarni (why did he change his name?) came forward to condemn his nephews’ actions and, if I heard it once, I heard it a zillion times—Ruslan is the kind of immigrant we want! (Personally I thought he sounded like a phoney, like someone trying to save his own skin!)
If you were among those gushing fans, think again. Steve Sailor writing at VDARE directs us to a website that has been researching the question about how this extended family of Chechens got asylum here in the first place. Yes, how?
Where is Fox News on this? (hmmmm!)
See MadCow Morning News:
The uncle of the accused Boston Marathon bombers incorporated, in 1995, a company called the “Congress of Chechen International Organizations.”
Even as the company was sending aid to Islamic terrorists in Chechnya, its listed address was in the home of former top CIA official Graham Fuller.
Ruslan Tsarni was listed as the company’s resident agent. The company’s address was 11114 Whisperwood Ln in Rockville MD., the home of Graham Fuller, the one-time Vice-Chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA under President Reagan.
Over this past weekend, Fuller reluctantly confirmed the report published here last Thursday, “Boston bombers’ uncle married daughter of top CIA official.”
He admitted that Ruslan Tsarni had once been married to his daughter.
But then, with the same breath, he derided what he called “rumors” of links between Tsarni and the Agency as “absurd.”
But documents surfaced over the weekend that cast a long shadow of doubt on Graham Fuller’s assertion, which amounts to a beat cop waving his baton, and saying, “There’s nothing to see here folks. Move along.”
How closely tied is the refugee/asylum industry to our intelligence community, inquiring minds want to know. See my post here on the International Rescue Committee earlier this week—it raises the same sort of issues.
And, you all thought this business of saving poor refugees and asylum seekers was all about humanitarianism.
Oops forgot to mention—our whole category on the Boston Marathon Bombing is here.
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