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April 23, 2013
Did the FBI know that Tamerlan Tsarnaev met with extremists while in Russia?
The Russians knew it. The question is, did they pass that info along to the FBI in November? Wall Street Journal: U.S. investigators are looking into a Russian intelligence report that alleged Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev met with a suspected militant during his six-month visit to Russia in 2012, according to American law-enforcement officials. In the aftermath of the bombings, some American counterterrorism officials received information from law-enforcement officials in Makhachkala, Dagestan, detailing alleged contacts between Mr. Tsarnaev and a suspected militant being tracked by Russian officials, according to a law-enforcement official briefed on the Boston Marathon investigation. The accuracy of that report and whether it was shared before the attack in Boston is a subject of debate. According to one account, Russia's security service told the Federal Bureau of Investigation about it in November. U.S. law-enforcement officials said they didn't receive any such...(Read Full Post)