Tuesday, May 28, 2013

More On London and Boston Terror

Here is an interesting observation:

Ibragim Todashev was killed by FBI agents last week after, according to them, he suddenly flipped out and attacked agents during an extended round of questioning -- just as he was about to sign a confession to an earlier murder. His confession was expected to implicate Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was earlier killed by police.

Adebolajo's friend Abu Nusaybah told the British media that the MI5, the UK equivalent of the FBI, had been hounding Adebolajo for some time after he had returned from a trip to Kenya:
"Mr Nusaybah said when Adebolajo returned from Kenya he claimed he was 'being harassed by MI5' after agents repeatedly called at his home.
We know that people in government caught doing insane things, like running guns to drug cartels are immune from any consequences.  We know that in the USA election fraud is material, so we cannot effect change.  In the meantime, it is pretty clear that unsupervised law enforcement is is doing its own thing, with some pretty terrible results.

Are elements in law enforcement so pressuring snitches and associates that they take a murderous way out?  John Le Carre pointed out how law enforcement sees crime and wants to end it.  Intelligence agencies sees crime and wants to ride it, manage it.  There is an internal conflict for government.  Time for some supervision, citizen review boards, something not allowed in USA.

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