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Surrealism: Unabomber’s Lawyer Defends Tsarnaev


by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB

If Dzhokhar (nickname Jahar) Tsarnaev, or his late brother, thought up the idea of bombing the Boston Marathon, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle. If Eric Rudolph (who had allegedly bombed an abortion clinic and a lesbian bar) thought up the idea of bombing the Atlanta Olympics, I’ll eat my hat.


Judge Judy Clarke

Such terrorist acts are probably thought up at Quantico headquarters, FBI. Let me float here the conjecture that all abortion-clinic violence, all serial murders, all attention-gabbing murders, such as a Mom drowning her kids, come straight from QHQ. They are all part of the media-related effort to set the tone for our culture, and distract us.

Wikipedia says that the judge liked the way Judy Clarke acted as Public Defender of Susan Smith, a Mom who drowned her kids, so he raised her fee to $83K. Judy seems to be ‘on call’ for the feds to defend anyone according to their wishes. Hence, I interpret her position as defender of the Marathon bomber to mean the feds did the bombing!

Mind Control Could Be the Key Here.

If the Susan Smith case was even for-real (could be killer-bee stuff), then my guess is that Susan did those murders under mind control. Production of Manchurian Candidates is big business in the CIA and is now also used by the mafia. (You know the Mafia and the CIA are wed, right?)

Daniel McGowan’s book Programmed To Kill, shows that the courtroom goings-on for most famous murder cases were ludicrous. Albert DeSalvo could not have been the Boston Strangler, given the way the Law dealt with him. Yes, please follow my Retrospective Logic here.

The lawyer appointed to defend Albert, F. Lee Bailey, cooked up a mean trick. He had Albert tried for a much lesser crime, and during the case he, the defender, mentioned to the jury that Albert had told a prison inmate that he was the Strangler.

You can be sure that jury members, knowing that their neighbors read that in the news, would not dare stick up for the accused. Note: there was no cross-examination to challenge any aspect of Albert’s having done those murders!

By the way, it would now pay to look up all of Bailey’s famous cases. The various crimes were probably all scripted.

Another of Judy Clarke’s clients (besides Smith and Tsarnaev) was Eric Rudolph. Did he really do the exploding shrapnel violence at the 1996 Olympics? I doubt it. And consider his role as ‘religious devotee’ in the matter of bombing an abortion clinic. If he wanted to protect fetuses from abortion, would he be likely to become a killer in order to bring about that end? Nonsense.

Note, too, that Eric was said to have hid for five years in the hills while on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. Are you able to believe that? Isn’t it more likely that he was in custody of his mind-controllers? I wager he did some other killings or robberies during that time. Had he ben caught, the police could say “Voila! We found our escapee!” What a system.

I think lawyer Judy Clark herself is mind-controlled. Her Dad died when she was 15. In my research of MK-Ultra I find it too-frequent that the victim has lost a parent early in life. Would it be asking too much for someone to study this? I think you’d find that the Powers That Be knock off the family members of a person they hope to control.

If a whole family can be mind-controlled, you will also have built-in commentators when the crime is committed. In the case of Ted Kaczynski, it was a brother who turned him in. The newspaper had displayed Ted’s handwriting in a note, and the Bro ‘recognized’ it, and said (I paraphrase) “Gee I’ll bet my brother is the Unabomber. Tsk tsk.”

Was There Really a Case for Tsarnaev To Answer?

Let’s look at the legality of the Marathon case, and to Judy Clarke’s outrageous failure to use normal procedure to raise jurors’ reasonable doubt. First of all, an accused is protected by a British law (of pre-Norman vintage) that was repeated in the US Constitution as the Fifth Amendment. It says “No person shall be held to answer for a capital…crime, unless on presentment or indictment by a grand jury.”

It seems that Jahar (Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was age 19 at the time) was not graced with that privilege. Rather, a cop named Daniel Genck went to federal district court and filed a criminal complaint (You, too, can do that! Hooray!).

It says: “I have reviewed videotape footage taken from a security camera … At approximately 2:38 p.m. (11 minutes before the first explosion) — two young men can be seen turning left (eastward) onto Boylston from Gloucester Street…. Both men are carrying large knapsacks.

At approximately 2:45 p.m., Bomber Two [Genck has already designated the brothers as Bomber One and Two] can be seen detaching himself from the crowd and walking east toward the Marathon finishing line. He appears to have the thumb of his right hand hooked under the strap of his knapsack and a cell phone in his left hand. … He then can be seen apparently slipping his knapsack onto the ground.”

(“Apparently? Why the “apparently”?)

Did Jahar Get a Phone Call from His Handler?

“Approximately 30 seconds before the first explosion, he lifts his phone to his ear and keeps it there for approximately 18 seconds. A few seconds after he finishes the call, the large crowd of people around him can be seen reacting to the explosion….” – That remark by Genck seems to have sealed Jahar’s fate. As though the boy was receiving a call from a baddy. But can’t the call be traced?

I suggest it came from the persons who set this whole thing up. Officer Genck continues, in his filing with the Court: “I have reviewed images of two men taken at approximately 12:17 a.m. by a security camera at the ATM and the gas station/convenience store where the two carjackers drove with the victim in his car. Based on the men’s close physical resemblance to [Massachusetts Vehicle Registry] photos of Tamerlan and Dhokhar, I believe the two men who carjacked, kidnapped, and robbed the victim are Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev….”

That is an astonishing non sequitur. I must disclose that my grades in law school were mediocre, but even I can see that all Genck is entitled to say is: “I looked at who was on the security camera at the ATM. I compared it with the driver’s- licence photos of the brothers and found a good match.” He can’t claim to have ‘witnessed’ in any way (as far as I know) that they did any carjacking or robbing of the victim!

Further down the page we see Genck reporting second-hand: “A gunfight ensued between the car’s occupants and law enforcement officers in which numerous shots were fired. One of the men [Tamerlan] was severely injured and remained at the scene; the other [Jahar] managed to escape in the car.”

“That car was later found abandoned a short distance away, and an intact low-grade explosive device was discovered inside it. In addition, from the scene of the shootout in Watertown, the FBI has recovered two unexploded IEDs.”

Next, Genck offers connecting evidence as follows: “On April 21, 2013, the FBI searched [Jahar’s] dormitory room…They seized among other things, a large pyrotechnic, a black jacket and a white hat of the same general appearance as those worn by Bomber Two at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, and BBs.” Seriously, Folks. They found a baseball cap in a dorm room.

FBI: A Crim Organization, with Guaranteed Secrecy! The jury has now returned a verdict of Guilty. I think Jahar will be executed. Is there a good-hearted lawyer out there, from the old school, who could represent him?

If I were in the role I would not hesitate to say that the case is being tampered with, and that is a felony — Obstruction of Justice. I’d call for investigation of the FBI’s killing of Ibragim Todashev, a friend of Jahar. I believe the feds wanted to deprive Jahar of any friends’ support, so they went to Ibragim’s home. Just as he was (allegedly) penning a confession to a triple-murder in Waltham, the FBI guy killed him.

Unbelievably, the State of Florida and the feds decided: “My conclusion, based upon the facts presented to me in this investigation, is that the actions of the special agent of the FBI were justified in self-defense and in defense of another,” said State Attorney Jeffrey L. Ashton, the top prosecutor in Orlando.

Separately, the Justice Department said “there is no question” the agent acted correctly and that Todashev had motive to attack, “having just confessed to complicity in a triple murder.”

I say it’s the fault of citizens for not arresting them. We should long ago have arrested the FBI for its admitted involvement in the 1993 bombing of the WTC basement. (Three Arabs are in jail for it, and so was the lawyer Lynn Stewart who tried to help them. I kid you not. She was released in 2013, age 74, on compassionate grounds: terminal cancer. I might point out that her sentence included punishment for perjury. S’truth.)

I plan to have a word to the professional licensing board of certain states about the ethics of certain lawyers. As for judges, did you know that they keep their (extremely well-paid) jobs “on good behavior.” In the Constitution of the US it is worded like this: “The judges, both of the supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behavior.”

In Australia it is a bit harder to give them the flick. “The Justices of the High Court and of the other courts created by Parliament shall not be removed except by the Governor‑General in Council, on an address from both Houses of the Parliament in the same session, praying for such removal on the ground of proved misbehaviour or incapacity.”

Mary Maxwell’s most recent book is “A Balm in Gilead: Curing Autism and Awakening the Physicians”

For more articles by Mary:

April 3, 2015 Open Letter to Judge George O’Toole re Tsarnaev Case, and

April 4, 2015 Further to the judge in the Marathon Case


  1. I cannot begin to describe how much the writings of Mary Maxwell contribute to my intellectual development and my political awareness.

  2. Thank you, Persecuted2.
    I had long since despaired of being able to persuade anyone of what’s really going on out there. Much less have I pictured folks actually turning this dire situaion around (e.g., arresting the clowns in the professions who are doing these things).
    But you’ve given me hope that things will change.
    I read your comment late last night, and when I woke up this morning the phrase that was in my head was:
    “The jackboot’s on the other foot.”

    • Perhaps an expert dream interpreter will be able to tell you what your subconscious was trying to tell you with the words, “The jackboot’s on the other foot.”

      • The local dream-reader in Adelaide charges about $300 per visit so I will try to figure it out myself. I think the jackboot thing meant i am soooo sick of seeing grownup, adult type persons kowtowing to idiots, and will advocate turning it around.

  3. What we can say for certain is Sirhan Sirhan, the alleged assassin of Robert Kennedy is still in prison.
    He was as much a victim as Kennedy.
    I often contemplate how many innocent there must be in prisons about the globe.

    What an amazing feat is being achieved to suppress the healthy curious instincts, memory and reaction of the public in the face of very evident injustice.

    I do not know if Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was fully complicit in the Boston Marathon Bombing crime, or manipulated by other interests, but I look upon the justice process as dangerously flawed to the degree that I have doubts the full picture has been revealed.
    Considering the “war on terror” narrative is at it’s foundation an artificial construct there are many accomplices to this terrible event that should be investigated.

    • Let’s not beat about the bush, Christopher. The Tsarnaev brothers were framed, most likely by being told they were taking part in the drill that was taking place at that time and at that location. We do know that they had connections with the FBI and related security organizations.

    • Dear Christopher, Your mention of political prisoners caused me to look up Leonard Peltier and I was sorry to learn that in 2009 he was “severely beaten up by fellow inmates.” That is no doubt a code for a “contract hit.” He is age 70.

      I also looked up Richard Taus, who was an FBI officer that complained about “certain goings on” re Iran Contra (CIA importation of drugs for the American ghetto, for which journalist Gary Webb was suicided. (Shot himself twice in the head he did). I wonder if Taus is the only Insider who complained.

      Mrs Ethel Kennedy is still alive. If she were to speak up for Sirhan it would be hard to say No to her.

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