By Dee McLachlan
In April, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on 30 counts, and then later given a death sentence. When will the mainstream media begin questioning the “narrative”.
We have published pictures about the backpack before, and Mary Maxwell has written several articles about the case (recently “Dear Boston”). So I am pleased to see Dr Craig Paul Robert’s article “FBI Evidence Proves Innocence of Accused Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.”
“I have been contacted by attorney John Remington Graham, a member in good standing of the bar of the Minnesota Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. He informs me that acting in behalf of Maret Tsanaeva, the aunt of the accused Tsamaev brothers and a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic where she is qualified to practice law, he has assisted her in filing with the US District Court in Boston a pro se motion, including an argument of amicus curiae, and an affidavit of Maret Tsarnaeva. The presiding judge has ordered that these documents be included in the formal record of the case so they will be publicly accessible….”
The documents argue (from the evidence provided by the FBI) that there is no basis for the indictment of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The FBI’s evidence clearly concludes that the bomb was in a black knapsack – whereas Dzhokhar’s was a white knapsack.
Robert’s goes on.
“In my questioning of John Remington Graham, I concluded that despite 48 years of active experience with criminal justice, both as a prosecuting attorney and defense attorney, he was shocked to his core by the legal malfeasance of the Tsarnaev case. As Graham is nearing the end of his career, he is willing to speak out, but he could not find a single attorney in the state of Massachusetts who would sponsor his appearance before the Federal District Court in Boston.”
The question now should be: Who should be charged now for the miscarriage of justice?