Suspect Tsarnaev is a 19-years old student at U-Mass. He does not have the profile of a terrorist, nor the capabilities to undertake of a complex bombing operation in an area under close surveillance by thousands of police, national guard and security personnel.
USA Today interviewed by phone Zach Boyer, who lives in the same dorm as Tsarneev – just two doors down. (Michel. Ch.)
Following the tragic events in Paris, David Cameron is meeting with security heads to potentially grant the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) even greater spying powers. In a disgusting (yet predictable) move by Cameron and fellow Western leaders, these latest attacks are […]
Mexican police have unearthed ten decapitated bodies and eleven heads in unmarked graves Tuesday near the city of Chilapa de Alvarez, 31 miles east of Guerrero state’s capital, Chilpancingo. The bodies were found spread throughout six clandestine graves with their hands tied and showing […]
France increasingly resembles a police state.
The Socialist Party government of François Hollande has mobilised 10,000 troops onto the streets after last week’s attacks on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine and the ensuing sieges. Said and Cherif Kouachi carried out the murder […]
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