Cover Up? FBI Fights for Public’s Right to Know… Nothing
2013-11-07 0:00

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The following is a good analysis from WhoWhatWhy regarding the Boston Marathon bombing and the seeming lockdown of information by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Is this a cover up?

It certainly wouldn’t be the first, and isn’t the last, as the FBI has been stonewalling scrutiny into the shooting (murder?) of key witness Ibragim Todashev. Todashev’s autopsy has been blocked, and his girlfriend has been silenced by the FBI - the same FBI who are investigating themselves in the case - yet with no talk of a conflict-of-interest.

There are so many inconsistencies in both the Tsarnaev and Todashev cases, and the FBI statement of events, that it’s vital that they’re pressed for details. Even the Department of Homeland Security is frustrated with the FBI not cooperating in probes.

How can blacked-out investigations and trials maintain any legitimacy?

More from WhoWhatWhy.com ...

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In Boston Bombing, FBI Fights for Public’s Right to Know… Nothing
By James Henry | WhoWhatWhy

For more than six months, WhoWhatWhy has been asking questions about the Boston Marathon bombing and aftermath, pursuing our constitutionally protected duty. By and large, reaction from official sources has been mute.

Is the FBI conducting an honest investigation or working diligently on a cover-up? It’s impossible to know.

But the Bureau’s silence should be a red flag, since the FBI and other secretive U.S. agencies have a well-known record of duplicity when left to operate in the shadows.

Secrecy has become the rule. In Boston, the prosecutor of accused bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has asked the judge to withhold filings from the media. The FBI won’t even identify the agent who shot and killed a key witness in the investigation in Orlando, Florida, let alone clear up the muddy circumstances around the shooting. And the Bureau has ordered the sealing of a county coroner’s completed autopsy report of that killing.

And it’s not only the media that is being stonewalled. Politicians are being shut out, as well.

U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, a reliably conservative Republican from Iowa, is now demanding answers from the FBI about its bombing investigation. In a letter to bureau Director James Comey, Grassley criticized the FBI’s lack of transparency and asked for answers to a series of questions about the bombing he first asked in June.

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Read the full article at: whowhatwhy.com




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