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"23" Trailer - Michael Jordan Movie

"23" Trailer - Full Movie Coming in 2014 https://www.facebook.com/Flo9cp3Production www.ballincrew.com ("23" Trailer - Michael Jordan Movie: http://t.co/zy4oNv2L8E)...

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Ohio State Olympian Wants Wrestling To Survive - 10TV

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Ohio State Olympian Wants Wrestling To Survive 10TV Brown, along with Republican congressman Jim Jordan, are pushing a bipartisan resolution that "urges the International Olympic Committee to reinstate wrestling as a core sport of the summer...

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EXCLUSIVE: Wrestling Photo, Former Classmate Reactions to Boston Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

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Comments and photos apparently from the suspect's former high school classmates in Cambridge have emerged on social media.

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Details of Tsarnaev Brothers’ Lives Emerge;Older brother became "devout Muslim" in past few years,praying 5x/day

Details of Tsarnaev Brothers’ Lives Emerge;Older brother became "devout Muslim" in past few years,praying 5x/day | wrestling.1 | Scoop.it
Officials are trying to learn how two siblings who immigrated to America might have become terrorists.

 

One was a boxer who liked Russian rap videos and once said, “I don’t have a single American friend.”

The other, an all-star high school wrestler, listed “Islam” as his worldview on a Russian social media page and was described by a neighbor as a “very photogenic kid” who had “a heart of gold.”

As a picture has begun to emerge of the two brothers, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who are suspected of carrying out the bombings at the Boston Marathon, it is difficult to distinguish them from the millions of young people who come to the United States to forge a future. The authorities are scrambling to determine how they might have evolved into terrorists who would plant powerful bombs in a crowd of innocent people.

The Tsarnaevs are believed to be of Chechen heritage and to have emigrated from Kyrgyzstan or another country in the region with their family to the United States in 2002 after living for some time in Makhachkala, capital of Dagestan in Russia. A government official confirmed that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev became a naturalized American citizen on Sept. 11, 2012, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev had a green card.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (pronounced Joe-HARR tsar-NAH-yev) graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in 2011, where he was listed as a Greater Boston League Winter All-Star wrestler. That year, he won a $2,500 scholarship awarded to 35 to 45 promising students by the City of Cambridge.

Dzhokhar might have done well academically in high school, but according to a university transcript reviewed by The New York Times, he was failing many of his college classes. The transcript shows him receiving seven failing grades over two semesters in 2012 and 2013, including F’s in Principles of Modern Chemistry, Intro American Politics, and Chemistry and the Environment. According to the transcript, Dzhokhar received a B in Critical Writing and a D and D-plus in two other courses.

San, 22, a former classmate at the university who would identify himself only by his first name, said that Dzhokhar had told him that he was struggling in some courses.

“He was talking about how he wasn’t doing as good as he expected,” San said. “He was a really smart kid, but having a little difficulty in college because going from high school to college is totally different.”

San said that he would be willing to testify on Dzhokhar’s behalf, if it came to that.

“I feel like all of his friends would do that,” San said.

In high school, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was known to participate with a handful of other students in Muslim prayers during the school day. In his junior year, he was part of a group of 10 or so students who would hold a midday prayer service in an empty classroom on Fridays that would last roughly a quarter of an hour.

Mahmoud Abu-Rubieh, 17, a student at the high school, said he had known Dzhokhar for almost three years as a friend and a wrestling teammate. Dzhokhar, he said, dressed “like any other student at our school,” favoring jeans or khakis, button-ups and T-shirts.

“I never heard him talk about politics,” Mr. Abu-Rubieh said. “He didn’t really bring up anything like that.” He said the last time he saw Dzhokhar was about three months ago, when he stopped by wrestling practice.

“We exchanged a greeting,” Mr. Abu-Rubieh said. “He said it was nice to see that I continued to wrestle. If I wanted to convey any message it would be that he was a kind student, that many people respected him, he had many friends and was active in our school.”

Ashraful Rahman, 17, a senior at Cambridge Rindge and Latin, said that he and two other friends recognized Dzhokhar’s photo on television on Thursday night and one of them called the F.B.I. tip line.

He said he could not believe that Dzhokhar, whom he met two years ago, could have been involved in the bombing.

“He would never come across as someone who would do anything like this,” Mr. Rahman said.

He and Dzhokhar have much in common, he said. Both were wrestlers, both enjoyed boxing and both were Muslim. They would occasionally meet at the mosque in Cambridge a few blocks from their school, he said.

Dzhokhar’s closest friends were a group known among their classmates as “stoners,” Mr. Rahman said. He described Dzhokhar as “laid back” and had assumed that he was born in the United States because he did not speak with an accent.

Mr. Rahman said he last saw Dzhokhar in August, near the end of Ramadan, during prayers at the mosque.

“Regardless of whether you knew him as well as I did, as someone who wrestled with him, hung out and chilled with him or whether you were people who saw him the hallway, he was always the same — a generally nice guy,” Mr. Rahman said, adding that Dzhokar was a hard-working student and an even harder-working wrestler.

When he was not wrestling, Mr. Rahman said, Dzhokhar “was not some testosterone-ridden jock or anything like that, just a cool guy.”

Tamerlan Tsarnaev (pronounced tam-arr-lann tsar-NAH-yev), who died after a shootout with law enforcement officers early on Friday morning, was said to be studying engineering at Bunker Hill Community College four or five years ago when a photographer, Johannes Hirn, chose a young boxer as the subject of an essay for a Boston University photojournalism class.

In the essay, the subject, who is believed to have been Tamerlan, is quoted as saying that he had become devoutly religious, having abandoned smoking and drinking. He sounded alienated from Russia, saying that he would not want to box on the Russian team unless Chechnya achieved independence. The essay was later published in a university magazine, The Comment, according to Peter Southwick, director of the photojournalism program, who taught the class.

“There are no values anymore,” Mr. Hirn quotes him as saying. “People can’t control themselves.”

In the essay, Tamerlan confessed a love for the movie “Borat” and showed off his pointed shoes — “I"m dressed European-style,” Mr. Hirn quoted him as saying.

In the caption of one photo, showing his muscled upper body, he said that he did not usually take his shirt off in front of women. “I’m very religious,” he says.

The brothers lived on the third floor of a caramel-colored wood-frame triple-decker on Norfolk Street in Cambridge, a multicultural neighborhood not far from Inman Square, a pleasant shopping area, where hardware stores and butcher shops are side by side with cafes and Brazilian and Portuguese restaurants. Neighbors said people were constantly coming and going at the apartment, and they were uncertain who lived there and who was just visiting. Sometimes they saw people from the apartment gathering on the front lawn. A man they believed to be Tamerlan, they said, was fond of doing pull-ups on the trellis out front.

Matt Stuber, who lives in a building next door, said he occasionally saw Dzhokhar driving a green Honda Civic. Other neighbors described him as “quiet” and said he sometimes did not return greetings on the street.

He did become friendly with Larry Aaronson, a retired social studies teacher who lived a few houses from the Tsarnaev family on Norfolk Street.

Mr. Aaronson said he often saw Dzhokhar around the neighborhood but had not seen him recently. He believed that Dzhokhar might have gone off to college.

“He was gracious,” he said of the younger Tsarnaev brother. “He told me he was from Chechnya, and I asked him what that was like, and he never expressed any bitterness toward Russia or his situation.”

He added, “This comes as a total shock.”

Both young men had a substantial presence on social media. On Vkontakte, Russia’s most popular social media platform, Dzhokhar describes his worldview as “Islam” and, asked to identify “the main thing in life,” answers “career and money.” He lists a series of affinity groups relating to Chechnya, where two wars of independence against Russia were fought after the Soviet Union collapsed, and lists a verse from the Koran, “Do good, because Allah loves those who do good.”

In a telephone interview, Ruslan Tsarni, 42, one of the brothers’ three uncles, said that on the night before he was killed, Tamerlan had called Mr. Tsarni’s older brother. “He said to my brother the usual rubbish, talking about God again, that whatever wrong he had done on his behalf, he would like to be forgiven,” said Mr. Tsarni, who lives in Montgomery Village, Md., outside of Washington. “I guess he knew what he had done.”

He added: “The boys call themselves Muslims, but they are not. These are bastards, monsters and hypocrites falsely using the name of God. They never followed a good code of behavior or morals to be Muslims.”

Mr. Tsarni said that his middle brother, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar’s father, had moved back to Dagestan about a year ago with his wife.

Tamerlan, he said, seemed to control his younger brother. “He could manipulate him,” Mr. Tsarni said.

Mr. Tsarni said in the interview that the two brothers had struggled to make a meaningul and responsible life for themselvs in the United States.

“They are losers who could not find their place,” he said. “They did not study and work the way they should have and they had hate for people around them.”

He further stated, “They never followed a good code of behavior or morals.”

Mr. Tsarni said that he lost contact with the older brother in 2009 or 2010, and the younger one in 2006.

He contended that his brother worked hard to give his sons a good life and that they were corrupted into carrying out an “incomprehensible” act of violence by someone outside of the family.

“Someone was manipulating and using them,” Mr. Tsarni said of his nephews. “If they said they came up with this idea on their own, I would never believe it.

The family is part of a Chechen diaspora that dates back to 1943, when Stalin ordered that most of Chechnya’s population be moved to Central Asia over concerns that the Chechens were collaborating with the invading Nazi Army. Most Chechens returned in the 1950s, after the death of Stalin and the lifting of his order, but some did not. The Chechens who remain in Kyrgyzstan are concentrated in a steppe region on the Kazakh border, near the town of Talas.

The move was a searing, and in some cases, radicalizing experience. Among those sent to Kyrgyzstan was the first rebel president of Chechnya in the post-Soviet period, Dzhokhar Dudayev,, said Edil Baisalov, a former presidential chief of staff in Kyrgyzstan.

 


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littlebytesnews's curator insight, April 19, 2013 3:24 PM

Not only a terrorist, but psychotic too

 

Updates:3:09PM MT

 

News Briefing:Gov Patrick is lifting the stay indoors ban&asks people to be aware of their surroundings&remain vigilant #bostonbombing  

 

Police have no idea where he went;but believe he's still in the area;his ties are with the area;law enforcement committed to a conclusion Authorities say they were not involved in armed robbery of 7/11;was a coincidence they were there;believes still in Massachusetts Honda being processed,relevant to case;police want to apprehend suspect, consider him very dangerous;don't know of him using a vehicle 

 

Bill Hemmer asks state police spokesman what changed in past 8hrs why they are lifting lockdown;Col Timothy Alben, says can't continue to lockdown entire city/state, wasn't fruitful;asks suspect to turn himself in...nothing has changed since last night, he's still on the lose&considered armed and dangerous 

 

Police won't discuss how younger suspect was able to flea on foot from scene where shootout took place and his brother was killed 

 

Police say people should be reassured they are safe with larger police presence and pretty sure suspect is not where he was last night, but to remain vigilant.

 

Abandoned a car from Cambridge in Watertown and fled on foot after that. 

 

Based on developments they are comfortable with what they are doing now and lifted transportation freeze. 

 

End of press briefing, this is last briefing for the night.3:22pm MT

 

 Earlier:..........

 

Lockdown remains in place;people can go home if they aren't already in those areas;news briefing set to begin w/law enforcement&Gov Patrick 

 

No detonation 2b done tonight near home where suspects lived,detonation materials have been recovered;news conference scheduled any moment 5:00pm EST news briefing pushed back to 5:30pm;older suspect called uncle to apologize last night before shootout,prior to knowledge of being suspects

Mother of suspects appeared on Russia Today and pled for her son to give himself up and prove his innocence;like the father and aunt, she also denies his invovlement

 Related:http://www.mfs-theothernews.com/2013/04/two-dagestani-brothers-nembers-of.html

 

Breitbart: Tributes Pour in for MIT Police Officer Sean Collier http://ht.ly/2whMPv ;

littlebytesnews11:46am via HootSuite 

 

MiddleEast: Strange 'terrorists': One dreamed of career and money, and second one to play for U.S. at Olympics. http://htl.li/2whMTX 

littlebytesnews11:46am via HootSuite 

 

MiddleEast: Father of Tsarnayev brothers: "My children framed". http://htl.li/2whMTY ;

Fox: Aunt says pics are staged by whoever released the video...says she's used to being setup in Soviet Union countries,denies they did thislittlebytesnews 11:23am via HootSuite 

 

RT @TucsonNewsNow: #Boston travel:Trains, buses halted, planes flying Please RT http://bit.ly/14CmJqZ   //odd they shutdown all but planes? 

 

RT @littlebytesnews: TMZ:Boston Marathon Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev --... http://fb.me/2AUpWbSNn  //death photos leaked online...not listed? littlebytesnews 11:22am via HootSuite

 

Fox:aunt of suspects says she wants evidence that proves they're the Boston bombers,photos of mens faces circled in hats isn't evidence littlebytesnews 11:20am via dlvr.it#tcot #news Suspects from Muslim Chechnya http://dlvr.it/3Fx89m  littlebytesnews 11:16am via Facebook

 

TMZ:Boston Marathon Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev --... http://fb.me/2AUpWbSNn littlebytesnews 11:15am via HootSuite 

 

RT littlebytesnews: Boston bombing suspect taunting the public uses... http://fb.me/2duUAM5I5  //using twitter account&tweets 'stay safe'littlebytesnews 11:14am via HootSuite 

 

Fox:Travel records were scrubbed once id'd?? per Catherine Herridge,younger brother asylum in 2002&citizenship 9/11/2012;both rec'd asylumBoston Bomb Suspects’ Father Lashes Out Again--Claims sons innocent and being framed by cops!??  http://sco.lt/8XlDe5

 

Sister of suspected Boston Marathon bombers lives in NJ, 'I don't know what's gotten into them' |  http://sco.lt/7IGS5R

 

 

 This disturbing video was taken from Suspect 2′s (19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s) social media page http://sco.lt/5H4WZt //he lists worldview as Islam ...wait I thought Islam was a religion?? I'm a Catholic and Christian but I don't use my religion to dictate my worldview, other than my belief in respect for others...opposing oppression, tyranny and terrorism/killing of innocent lives. But, people don't need religion to know that you should respect others, and oppose these things...but it sure helps to have a strong foundation with morals and beliefs based on these beliefs. Islam is not based on these beliefs and does not teach love and respect for others! 

 

Dead Boston bombing suspect was a ‘very religious’ Muslim boxer;wouldn't take shirt off so girls don't get bad ideas... http://sco.lt/64ObTd;

 

FBI Surveillance Video Related to Boston Bombings Shows Suspect in White Hat Believed To Have Left Bag with second bomb http://sco.lt/5jqv4L  ; 

 

Blaze Exclusive w/Video: Saudi National Once Considered ‘Person of Interest’ To Be Deported or Not Be Deported? http://sco.lt/7u6cQj ;

 

 photos released of potential suspects:http://ht.ly/kaH17  http://ht.ly/kaH4Q   http://ht.ly/kaH6l ;Are these the 'Suspects' the Same as The ones the FBI is investigating?

http://sco.lt/7CWzB3

 

Update Fox: Steve Emerson,Terrorism Expert,says Saudi questioned yesterday going to be deported next week... http://sco.lt/6rimll

 

Flashback: In 2010, al-Qaida magazine recommended pressure cookers as homemade bombs&as recently as last http://sco.lt/6BAccL

 

RT @littlebytesnews: Gaza’s Jihadiya Salafia group further said that al-Qaida is being credited for the attack in its affiliated online http://t.co/hrnVkiu1oK  ; 

 

8yro Martin Richards, First Victim Named in Boston Marathon Bombing At Least Three Dead and Over 140 Injured  http://sco.lt/7xeByz

 

Breaking:Saudi suspect ruled out...Pressure cookers with ball bearings used to maximize casualties-Al Qaeda magazine described similar attack last mont in online magazine http://sco.lt/8wFIGn

 

Worst President. Ever… Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack Cements Obama Legacy as Complete Failure http://sco.lt/7n4NP7

 

Possible Al-Shabab Link to Boston Terrorist Attack--See Tweets praising #Bostonbombings http://sco.lt/6WnUHp  

 

Muslims Praise Boston Bombing - They hate us,why let them come here?  http://sco.lt/8HGiLh 

 

Jordan extremist praises Boston bombing |  http://sco.lt/7ctH61  http://www.scoop.it/t/war-against-islam?q=Boston+  http://www.scoop.it/t/littlebytesnews-election-2012?q=Boston

 

The One Fund...Help Boston Bombing Victims |  http://sco.lt/98lW8f ;