Thursday, May 02, 2013

Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnae Told Pals He Could Make a Bomb With Firecrackers and Parts From Remote Control Toy Car Just Like Tampa's Ahmed Mohamed.


Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnae Told Pals He Could Make a Bomb With Firecrackers and Parts From Remote Control Toy Car Just Like Tampa's Ahmed Mohamed.  Boston Suspects Said to Use Toy-Car Controls to Detonate Bombs, Tampa al-Qaeda operative Ahmed Mohamed invented the device in July 2007. Mohamed personally demonstrated and explained, in Arabic, how a remote-control toy car could be disassembled and how the components of its chassis could be rewired and converted into a detonator for an explosive device.Sometime in July 2007, Defendant Mohamed had uploaded the aforementioned twelve-minute audio/video recording to the YouTube website.


DOJ Wednesday June 18th, 2008....Tampa's Ahmed Mohamed Pleads Guilty to Providing Material Support to Terrorists with a Youtube video instruction on how to use parts from a remote control toy car as the ignition trigger for a bomb with fireworks gunpowder (see trunk of car). On the hard drive of Mohamed’s laptop computer was an audio/video recording, approximately twelve minutes in length, produced by Defendant Mohamed. In that recording, Defendant Mohamed personally demonstrated and explained, in Arabic, how a remote-control toy car could be disassembled and how the components of its chassis could be rewired and converted into a detonator for an explosive device. Sometime in July 2007, Defendant Mohamed had uploaded the aforementioned twelve-minute audio/video recording to the YouTube website. The audio/video recording that Defendant Mohamed produced was thus made accessible for viewing by others, both in the United States and abroad, through the internet. The recording was accessed hundreds of times by other persons.  A search of the car he was in when stopped turned up explosive-making material that Ahmed Mohamed claimed were fireworks. See link http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2008/June/08-nsd-544.html



LA TIMES Tuesday 5/2/2013......WASHINGTON -- Investigators believe that the two homemade bombs used in the Boston Marathon blasts were triggered by long-range remote controls for toy cars. A joint FBI and Department of Homeland Security intelligence bulletin sent to state and local law enforcement Tuesday said the bombs likely included components taken from remote-controlled toy cars, and were more sophisticated than previously believed. After combing the blast sites on Boylston Street for evidence, investigators have finished a preliminary reconstruction of the bombs that killed three people and injured more than 260 runners and bystanders near the finish line of the Patriots Day race on April 15. see link http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-boston-bombing-remote-control-device-20130424,0,3887956.story
 


FOX NEWS Tuesday 5/2/2013....Three new suspects have been charged in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing, two for conspiring to get rid of their friend's incriminating backpack filled with gutted fireworks after learning he was a suspect in the April 15 terror attack, and another for lying to investigators, according to an FBI affidavit released Wednesday. Documents based on interviews with the young men reveal Dzhokhar Tsarnaev allegedly dropped sinister hints before the attack, telling his friends a month before that he had learned how to make a bomb. However, it wasn’t until the FBI released a surveillance photo of the suspects that the friends realized Tsarnaev may have been involved.


The FBI claims this prompted Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakova both 19-year-old natives of Kazakhstan, on left and middle, and friends of Tsarnaev at UMass-Dartmouth, to go to Tsarnaev's dorm and take a laptop, the backpack and some Vaseline that may have been used in making the deadly pressure cooker bombs that killed three and injured more than 200 at the race. Police believe the bombs were packed with shrapnel and gunpowder removed from fireworks.   Robel Phillipos, of Cambridge, Mass., also 19, was charged with willfully making materially false statements to federal law enforcement officials during a terrorism investigation. The affidavit filed in support of a complaint said Kadyrbayev was the one who carried out the disposal of the backpack after the three saw the fireworks that had been hollowed out and emptied of gunpowder. See link http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/05/02/3-more-suspects-taken-into-custody-in-boston-bombing-police-say/



Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com