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FBI shoots Chechen dead in Florida, man questioned over links to Boston bombers

22.05.2013 11:56

A Chechen man was shot dead at his home in Orlando, Florida when an interview with law enforcers regarding his ties to the Boston marathon bombing suspects and his role in a related 2011 triple murder in Massachusetts reportedly turned violent.

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Anonymous user 30.05.2013 17:57

Cleaning up loose ends. End of story.

Anonymous user 30.05.2013 17:43

Wow! The FBI needs better writers!! Stephen King could have come up with a better story!!!

Anonymous user 30.05.2013 14:02

It's all bs people. Government set up

Anonymous user 30.05.2013 12:56

So the interview took place around midnight - that's very interesting.

Anonymous user 26.05.2013 14:31

SOMETHING AINT RIGHT- A BLIND PERSON CAN SEE THAT

Anonymous user 24.05.2013 01:05

These young men were interrogated immediately following the Boston bombing..how did the FBI know?

 

Jim Dandy 23.05.2013 20:12

LOL....Good riddance...Those sorry guys at the FBI are starting to act like the old KGB use to....Shoot first ask questions later....The Russians have always known when dealing with Chechens best not to overthink the situation.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 17:02

Is it FBI policy to question people at midnight?

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 15:54

wake up fellow americans! occupation & terrorist r here & lead by white house people in charge!

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