Earlier today, we reported on how DHS failed to deport Chechen Muslim terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2009, despite his domestic violence assault – a deportable action under U.S. immigration law.
Now CBS is reporting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigated Tsarnaev two years ago “at the request of a foreign government” that thought he had ties to terrorism – and cleared him .
CBS reported that the FBI initially DENIED this investigation had occurred – until Tsarnaev’s own mother appeared on Russian TV to provide embarrassing details into the inquiry.
An FBI official has confirmed that the bureau interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of two suspected Boston Marathon bombers, in 2011 at the request of a foreign government that suspected he had ties to a terrorist organization. The interview was conducted by the FBI in Boston, said the official. The investigation found “no derogatory information” and the case was closed, according to the official, who refused to identify the country or the terrorist organization.
CBS’ John Miller said this ‘foreign government’ was undoubtedly Russia, who has felt the brunt of savage Chechen Muslim attacks over the past 15 years. In 2004 Chechen Islamic militants attacked a school in Beslan, North Ossetia, Russia and they murdered 380 children, parents, teachers and visitors after holding more than 1,000 captive for three days.
And other reports detail how Russia repeatedly warned the United States against its insane policy of granting Chechens asylum and refugee status.