TINFOILHAT: Boston Bombing Questions


Bombing suspect spent Wednesday as typical student

By Sarah Coffey, Patricia Wen and Matt Carroll | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT | GLOBE STAFF APRIL 19, 2013

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DARTMOUTH — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spent an apparently normal day Wednesday at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he was a sophomore, according to a school official, working out in the gym, then sleeping in his dorm room that night, while law enforcement officials frantically scanned photos trying to identify the men who planted deadly bombs at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had done well academically in high school, but The New York Times reported that he was failing many of his courses at UMass Dartmouth. The Times said a school transcript showed seven failing grades over two semesters in 2012 and 2013, including Fs in Principles of Modern Chemistry, Intro American Politics, and Chemistry and the Environment. According to the transcript, Tsarnaev got a B in Critical Writing and a D and D-plus in two other courses.

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Seven F’s?

That would have gotten me tossed at Manhattan College.

Doesn’t say what his index was but if a B is notable, it seems safe to assume that the rest was C’s. That would mean a well below 2.0. What was this guy’s index and what standards does UMass Dartmouth have?

Which brings me to my point?

How did he finance his education and lifestyle?

When I was a student I had to work for my car and spending money, yet I read these guys had fancy cars. The older brother had a wife and child. As a boxer?

They have money to buy bomb making material but not enough to skip town?

Have to KO a 7-11 for money. OH yeah, that “official report” was wrong; it was just an ordinary robbery!

Sorry, but we should put the National Enquirer on the case, it doesn’t all add up.

AND, what about the Suadi national?

And, the three arrests that the FBI supposedly reportedly made?

There are a lot of unanswered questions?

Were this guys on drugs?

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