Also a complete reversal of their lies on the shootout:
"Also, two U.S. officials say Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect, was unarmed when police captured him hiding inside a boat in a neighborhood back yard. Authorities originally said they had exchanged gunfire with Dzhokhar for more than one hour Friday evening before they were able to subdue him."In actual fact, they just kept shooting at Dzhokhar for more than an hour, with no return fire ("Officials: Boston suspect had no firearm when barrage of bullets hit hiding place"), and it is completely clear he wasn't supposed to survive. Remember, they also shot Tamerlan to death, and made up a really tall tale that he died due to being run over by Dzhokhar.
By the way, wasn't every single police action by the Boston police and FBI on this matter a complete and utter fuck-up?
Intelligence-wise though, they are still champs: "CIA pushed to add Boston bomber to terror watch list" If you read this carefully, you can see how the CIA and FBI can play these 'terrorist lists' like a violin to get their assets in and out of the country and then set them up as patsies.
Another list of discrepancies: "Orwell does America":
"What the day-long delay in Dzhokhar's arrest indeed made possible was to turn Watertown into a monster dry run for urban martial law - euphemized as ''lockdown'' - in a very near future.
As total militarization of civilian life goes - featuring, for instance, Homeland Security running amok with hundreds of armored vehicles - this was a major success. Meanwhile, on the ''legal'' front, the White House and the Justice Department are firmly on track to finally suppress the Miranda warning; that went into effect already two years ago, when an Obama secret executive order ruled the Miranda warning would not apply to suspected terrorists.
Dzhokhar is a ''suspected'' terrorist - now charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction, yet already convicted by corporate media. Welcome to Police State USA - where at least everyone still has the right to go out shopping. For now."