The tabloid The National Enquirer had already reported that Boston Bomber suspects, Tamerlan Tsarnaev (deceased) and his brother Dzhokhar were “part of a terror ring” before the Boston Police Dept. announced three new suspects were in custody on May 1.
BPD said on Wednesday:
“Please be advised that there is not [sic] threat to public safety. Three additional suspects have been taken into custody in connection to the attack on the Boston Marathon. Aside from the aforementioned, there is no additional info to release at this time. Additional details will be provided when they become available. No info available at this time relative to a press conference.”
The Daily Caller reported two of the new suspects drove the car media had noted in previous reportage—a black BMW with ‘Terrorista #1’ license plates. TDC said Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev were in Massachusetts as students whose home country is Kazakhstan.
Various media have said the three new suspects had allegedly helped Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after the Boston Bombings.
The National Enquirer featured many stories on the first two alleged bombers, claiming that Dzhokhar was “hooked on porn and drugs.” The tabloid also mentioned Tamerlan’s American wife: “Meanwhile, The ENQUIRER has conducted an exhaustive investigation of Katherine’s background, and discovered that while she reportedly met Tsarnaev as a Suffolk University student in Boston, she was already claiming to be married in 2007!"
The Enquirer featured an interesting interview with the owner of an auto body shop [May 6 issue], with the owner claiming Dzhokhar "often brought in cars for wealthy friends from Boston University and MIT, and always paid in cash."
Other media have reported possible ties for Tamerlan to three unsolved homicides believed to have occurred on Sept. 11, 2011, the tenth anniversary of the date the U.S. was attacked by terrorists utilizing the faith of Islam as a political tool. Tamerlan was a close friend to one of the victims.
The National Enquirer is dismissed by legacy media, but the tabloid broke the John Edwards scandal and the reportage proved true even as Edwards lied about his mistress and love child, both acquired while his wife was dying of cancer.
(Filed by Kay B. Day/May 1, 2013)
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