Ibragim Todashev, a 27-year-old mixed martial arts fighter, was shot in his Florida home on May 22 in a violent confrontation with an FBI agent. The FBI agent and two Massachusetts state troopers questioned the Boston bombers' collaborator Todashev about his ties to the late Boston Marathon bombers, as well as a triple throat slashing/slaying in Massachusetts two years ago (that the Boston bombers have been implicated in). ABC News reported last week that Todashev became violent as he was about to sign a confession that he and the Boston jihad bombers were the murderers of the three Jewish boys on the tenth anniversary of September 1th.
The father of the Jew-killing Muslim claims his son was shot in the back of the head by the FBI execution style, and he wants the FBI agents tried.
Hamas-CAIR is in league with these Jew-killing butchers as well.
Hamas-CAIR claims to have an infiltrated the FBI. Who is the informant at the FBI who is leaking classified intel to Muslim Brotherhood operatives and jihadist subversives? That calls for an investigation. Shouldn't Obama be wiretapping CAIR for leaks, or is that just reserved for AP, FOX and journalists? The Council on American-Islamic Relations (“CAIR”) is a terrorist organization operating as a front group for Hamas and its affiliated organizations. Much, but not all, of this evidence was documented in United States v. Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development et al., 3:04-cr-00240-P (N.D. Texas) (“HLF”).
The evidence shows that CAIR is a criminal terrorist organization. This conclusion is shared by the United States government. The Department of Justice named CAIR in the federal criminal trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, which concluded with multiple guilty verdicts, as an unindicted co-conspirator in a massive conspiracy to fundraise for, and otherwise pursue, the terrorist agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Palestine Committee, a public relations and fund raising arm of Hamas in the United States.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that Hezb'allah terror supporter and executive director of CAIR-Florida, Hassan Shibly, told reporters that CAIR has an "intermediary" who said that the FBI told him that Todashev was unarmed. Shibly did not identify the intermediary.
Shibly, speaking to reporters in Orlando on Wednesday, said the group was calling for the independent investigation "to make sure excessive force was not used against this unarmed individual."Boston bombers linked to triple murder of Jews Boston Jihad Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev stole the gun used to kill ...
"Father of Chechen killed in Boston probe wants FBI agents tried" The Telegraph, May 30, 2013
The father of a Chechen man killed by an FBI agent as he was questioned over links to the Boston marathon bombing has claimed his son was shot in the back of the head in an extra-judicial execution. Photo: Getty Images
Abdulbaki Todashev said his eldest son Ibragim was hit with seven bullets – six to his body and a “control shot” fired into his head, designed to finish him off.
Mr Todashev, 27, was killed at his home in Orlando, Florida, on May 22 as an FBI special agent and several other law enforcement personnel questioned him about Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the alleged Boston bomber who died in a shoot-out with police after the attack.
The FBI has said that Mr Todashev, who moved to the US from Russia in 2008, was shot when he initiated a “violent confrontation” with his questioners.
Mr Todashev was said to have confessed to his involvement in an unsolved 2011 triple murder with Tsarnaev when he became violent, according to agents.
USA Today reports: Father of man FBI shot claims his son was executed
The father of a Florida man with ties to Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev said Thursday that his son was slain "execution-style" by FBI agents last week in Orlando.
Ibragim Todashev, a 27-year-old mixed martial arts fighter, was shot in his Florida home on May 22 while an FBI agent and two Massachusetts state troopers questioned him about his ties to the late Boston Marathon bombing suspect, as well as a triple slaying in Massachusetts two years ago.
Todashev's father, Abdul-Baki Todashev, told the the Moscow media that his son had multiple gunshot wounds to his torso and one to the back of his head. The elder Todashev also displayed photos he claimed were of his son's body in a Florida morgue, according to AP.
Initially, at least one law enforcement official told USA TODAY that Todashev, an ethnic Chechen, was armed with a knife or other sharp object when he violently attacked an FBI agent during questioning, which led the agent to open fire.
Abdul-Baki Todashev speaks at a news conference in Moscow on Thursday.(Photo: Alexander Zemlianichenko, AP)
Media reports, quoting FBI and law enforcement sources, reported Thursday that Todashev was unarmed when he was shot.
WESH-TV reported that unidentified FBI sources now say that Todashev was unarmed.
The Orlando NBC affiliate quotes sources as saying a sword was inside the apartment, but that the weapon was moved to the corner of the room before questioning began.
The sources said, according to WESH, that when Todashev lunged, the FBI agent opened fired because he believed that Todashev could have possibly been going for his gun or the sword in the room.
The unidentified sources tell WESH that Todashev might have been lunging toward a sword, but he was not in possession of it.
The Washington Post quoted one law enforcement official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss the investigation, said Wednesday that Todashev overturned a table but did not have a gun or a knife. A second official also said Todashev was unarmed, the Post reported.
An advocacy group is demanding a civil rights investigation into the death of a Chechen immigrant who was shot to death by authorities in central Florida while being questioned about his ties to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. (May 30)
An official, the newspaper reported, said that according to one account of the shooting, the other law enforcement officials had just stepped out of the room, leaving the FBI agent alone with Todashev, when the confrontation occurred.
Todashev's father, flanked at the news conference by Maxim Shevchenko, a member of the Presidential Council of Human Rights, said his son was never a close friend of Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev and knew nothing about the attacks in advance.
He called "absurd" the claims by some U.S. officials that Todashev had attack an FBI agent.
"Maybe my son knew something, some information the police did not want to be made public. Maybe they wanted to silence my son," Todashev's father said.
He also said his son was grilled for many hours about the Boston bombings.
"They tortured a man for eight hours with no attorney, no witnesses, nobody. We can only guess what was going on there, until there is an official investigation," Todashev said.
Shevchenko told reporters at the news conference at the RIA news agency that Todashev's killing looked like "cold-blooded murder."
The Florida branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations has called for a federal civil rights investigation into Todashev's death.
"We have confirmed through senior sources within the FBI that Ibragim was indeed unarmed when he was shot seven times in the head, what appear to be even in the back of the head," said Hassan Shibly, executive director of the CAIR Florida. "That's very disturbing."
Later, according to the Orlando Sentinel reported, Shibly told reporters that CAIR has an "intermediary" who said the FBI told him Todashev was unarmed. Shibly did not identify the intermediary.
Shibly, speaking to reporters in Orlando on Wednesday, said the group was calling for the independent investigation "to make sure excessive force was not used against this unarmed individual."
The FBI has been tight-lipped in its public statements on the case. At the time of the shooting, the FBI said that an agent, along with two Massachusetts State Police troopers and other law enforcement personnel, were interviewing "an individual" in connection with the Boston bombing case when "violent confrontation was initiated by the individual."
Two law enforcement officials have also told USA TODAY that Todashev was being questioned about the unsolved 2011 murders of three men in Waltham, Mass.
ABC News reported last week that Todashev was about to sign a confession to the killings when he became violent.
Todashev has not been directly implicated in the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and injured more than 260. The FBI has said only that Todashev, a martial arts enthusiast like Tsarnaev, knew the bombings suspect when he lived in Boston.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 27, and his brother, Dzhokhar, 19, were both named as suspects in the bombings. Tamerlan died three days after the April 15 bombings during a shootout with police that also left Dzhokhar injured.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was later captured and charged in connection with the bombings. He is being held at a prison medical center near Boston.