Friday, April 26, 2013

Serious Contradictions About Bomber's Throat Wounds from MSM and the Police SWAT Team That Apprehended Him

The official narrative from police and mainstream media is that Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev suffered a gunshot would to the throat and that is why he is unable to speak.

Here's the AP report from Monday:
The surviving suspect, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, remained in serious condition in a hospital with a wound to his neck[...]Tsarnaev remained hospitalized and unable to speak, with a gunshot wound to the throat.
New York's Daily News, along with others in MSM reported it might have been a suicide attempt:
Authorities believe Tsarnaev may have tried to shoot himself before he was taken into custody Friday night because of the trajectory and location of the bullet wound in his neck, a source familiar with the investigation said Sunday.
The shot was fired at close range, the source said, suggesting the wound was self-inflicted.
Here's Israel's Haaretz internet site reporting on the throat wound suffered by Tsarnaev:
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sustained heavy wounds to throat, says Israeli director of the Boston hospital where the 19-year-old suspect is held..

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may never speak again, according to the Israeli director of the Boston hospital where Tsarnaev is being treated.

Tsarnaev, 19, was wounded in his throat, Kevin Ilan Tabb of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, told Ynet.

Tabb is a board member of Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital in Jerusalem, where he studied medicine and completed his residency.

"Unfortunately, I have had a lot of experience with these types of injuries after years of treating people injured in terror attacks in Israel," Tabb, 49, told Ynet. "We have a few Israeli doctors in the emergency room, and the director of the ER is also Israeli. But most of the physicians at the hospital are not Israeli, and they functioned exceptionally well."
But watch the fascinating CNN clip below, the group being interviewed by CNN's Anderson Cooper is the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority SWAT team that actually went in and grabbed Tsarnev from the boat. Pay particular attention at the 4:50 mark, at that point SWAT team member Campbell describes the throat wound. He calls it a small cut, like a knife cut. He then goes on to speculate that it might have been from shrapnel. Notice the members of the SWAT team behind Campbell and the way they look at each other when Campbell is describing the wound. (And also note that CNN turns to still photographs which cover up the remainder of the SWAT member reactions) They clearly have a problem with what Campbell is saying. Is that because they saw the wound differently or because they were told not to discuss the throat wound? Clearly ,Campbell is somehow not talking the party line here.




Now, MSM is reporting that the Boston bomber was unarmed when he was in the boat. Here's WaPo:
Although police feared he was heavily armed, the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing had no firearms when he came under a barrage of police gunfire that struck the boat where he was hiding, according to multiple federal law enforcement officials.

So this would tend to support Campbell's description of the wound as a SMALL knife-type wound. The bomber had no firearms, so it wasn't a self-inflicted gunshot wound. So why are the other SWAT members reacting as though Campbell is saying something that he shouldn't?

7 comments:

  1. He can never talk again they said but he can answer basic questions and confess to a Time Square Plot. Convenient.

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  2. "Tsarnaev moved to military hospital."

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  3. FBI was aware of the brothers and likely was aware of their further radicalization. If they were grass roots terrorists, a survivor isn't likely to shed any useful light on the matter. For those government agencies involved, any further discovery realistically offers more downside than up. Therefore, taking him alive was counterproductive from their point of view. Sloppiness all around.

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  4. Interesting that the swat spokesman changed the story from a bullet wound to a knife or "shrapnel" wound. I guess they had to cover themselves knowing that no bullet wound to the throat would be found in the hospital. And where did the shrapnel come from? Certainly not from bombs thrown at the police the day before; if anyone would have had shrapnel in them it would have been the police in pursuit.

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  5. I don't understand. Why wouldn't they want him to talk? Why would they cut his throat?

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  6. The pictures released by Murphy don't show a throat wound. How do you reconcile this with the official story?

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