Mother of Bomber Suspect on Terror list!

@lelin1123 (15645)
Puerto Rico
April 27, 2013 1:56pm CST
So the mom of the bombing suspect has also been on the terror watch list since 2011 due to becoming more militant in her thinking. She also has legal problems stemming from an outstanding warrant for shoplifting in the US. She supposely expressed sympathy for the victims, however, she questioned whether the bombing occurred; suggesting red paint was used to simulate the blood on the streets of Boston. Can you imagine this?? She seems to be as crazy as her sons and sounds like she is defintely anti-american. My thinking is if once these people were put on a terror watch list they should have been sent back to their country and never be able to fly to the US again. What are your thoughts or comments on this.
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@robspeakman (1707)
27 Apr 13
What a surprise. Are you accepting that she is terrorist? She is a grief stricken mother, she isn't thinking straight. She does not want to believe that her sons were capable of this. Have a little sympathy
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• Anderson, Indiana
28 Apr 13
My thoughts exactly! She can't quite wrap her heart around seeing her sons as terrorists--and she could very well be right. Right or not in her thinking, she's just doing what comes naturally to her: being a Mommy.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
28 Apr 13
Sorry I don't buy it at all. To assume that the US set it up to look like something happened by putting red paint on the streets of Boston is a bit much for me to accept. She looks quite militant to me and she will not get a bit of sympathy from me. She lost her sons due to their stupidity.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
28 Apr 13
Many of them usually have this occur in the entire family. Most families it comes back tot heir religion, and the crazy ideas that they are raised believing. I wonder if their father is as well?.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
29 Apr 13
The father is supposely sick at this time. However, he doesn't seem as militant as the mom. Now that could be because he is sick and is not being as vocal and the mom. Time will tell.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
29 Apr 13
That could very well be true, or he could be the only sane one in the family . He could also not be in denial and know his sons did do what they did.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
29 Apr 13
Exactly!
@cynthiann (18635)
• Jamaica
27 Apr 13
The west is so lenient and we talk abut their human rights whilst the human rights of the victims were violated. In the U.K it is terrible and Britain is allowing it to happen and the radical immigrants are laughing at its citizens and planning ways to cause disruption.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
Exactly, and its so scary to see. This mom of the bombers, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva looks so mean that she looks like she could actual kill people with out a care in the world.
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@dragon54u (31298)
• United States
28 Apr 13
Lelin, I looked at that mother speaking and didn't think she looked mean. She was full of hatred, yes, but also her heart was broken. That does not excuse her denials or her insane hatred for a country and people that have welcomed and supported her, though. I saw the mother in her while others saw the monster. It truly confuses me how people like her can be made to focus their attention on a scapegoat (the U.S.) while the real evil is the religion that tells them to kill children and adults to advance that religion--something that the Koran specifically forbids!
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
28 Apr 13
Thank you I don't understand it either. The Koran forbids any type of violence toward others. What these people are believing in is the complete opposite of the Koran.
@dagami (1163)
• Rome, Italy
27 Apr 13
i can't find the right adjectives to describe this woman. suddenly my mind is blank. of all the.... she's said all these things and IF we see her again on tv, then i'd think that there must be something wrong with the media. they should stop reports on her, knowing that she has nothing of substance to say.
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@cynthiann (18635)
• Jamaica
27 Apr 13
I agree with you entirely. I have never understood why so much prominence is given to these kind of people. Why interview them? Thnis is what they want. They crave publicity.Let the security forces do their job but do not give this lady the attention she craves.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
You both are so right. I was thinking the same thing. It always seems that the criminals get more publicity then the poor victims of any crime. I blame it all on the media and how they are always looking for the next best story to make the most money.
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@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
27 Apr 13
What a ironic statement to say that was red paint and not blood..there is definately something wrong with her...I think she is just about what happened to her sons and has not given any thought as to what they did and the activity they were in volved with....
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
28 Apr 13
I too think she is just as sick as her sons.
@ANTIQUELADY (36491)
• United States
27 Apr 13
I think she's as mean & crazy as a loon. I'm glad she can't come to the u.s.a. Wish alot of them had not been able to come. They have done more damage than we deserve. I think they all should be made to go back where they came from. There may be good folks in some of them but the good ones don't msake up for the damage the bad ones do.
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@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
27 Apr 13
being in the terror list does not make any person guilty of terrorism. probably you have heard of ordinary persons who are unknowingly put in the list and being apprehended for questioning and restraining them to travel. also, you might have heard that the list contains more than 500,000 names. that is a huge number for a list. what i could say about the mother is that if she comes, then she should face the crime she did, that is shoplifting.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
I had no idea that there was that many people on this list. I also wonder how you become a person on that list. This is why she won't be coming to the US because of these charges. If she did come yes for sure she needs to face the music like her son will one day.
@cynthiann (18635)
• Jamaica
27 Apr 13
Crazy thinking from an unhinged lady. I know that she lost her son and is suffering from this is totally unreal - the way that she is thinking
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
I know to think that we the US made it look like his happened by using red paint on the streets of Boston. That tells me how dimented she really is to have made that statement. They must really hate Americans to be thinking this way.
• United States
27 Apr 13
What I heard about her a while back was that she shoplifted $1600.00 worth of items from a store when she was here. That put up a red flag with me immediately. And this was back in the beginning of all this when her son was shot and killed. What I don't like is adding fuel to any fires that are erupting against the US again and she seemed very militant to begin with. At first I kind of blew it off because after all, it's the mother...but now, not at all. She's just plain against the US and will start tons of trouble, you watch. Things might not happen right at this moment, but I have the feeling it will be coming soon enough. She's got nothing but a big mouth and it will enrage anyone who does not like us. That makes me nervous, but I'm sure they'll watch her like a hawk now.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
Well with the way she is talking I'm glad she can't fly to the US. I just hope the other crazy people in the world are not planning anything anytime soon. Or if so that we catch them before it happens. What a scary world we live in.
• United States
27 Apr 13
And what is sad is that I think we were supporting them on welfare.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
OMG you are kidding me? That is unbelievable!
• United States
27 Apr 13
One of our posters on Mylot posted that they were on welfare. Debrakcarey probably gave where you could read that.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
27 Apr 13
Ok I will have to check it out. Thanks!
@dragon54u (31298)
• United States
28 Apr 13
I suppose that being on the no fly list means you're trapped here if you're from overseas, but you would think we could do something like keep them under surveillance of some sort, wouldn't you? There were so many blunders here. And the fact that they (and many others who hate us all) were able to receive welfare benefits is disgusting. Tamaran's wife was working 80 hours as a health aide (HARD work!) while he sat at home collecting welfare. Russia warned us about him and we ignored them. I blame our government for the bombing--not because they orchestrated it, but because they saw all the indications and did nothing about it. Another thing for the world to laugh at us about, as they've been laughing at us for years. I think people on a no-fly list should be closely watched. Sending them out of the country means they'll come back and we won't know where they are.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
28 Apr 13
We get warning and nothing is done about it. Just like 9/11. I believe we should send them all back to their countries. Then they can not come back to US soil for no reason. If they try we don't allow them to get on the plane.
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@dragon54u (31298)
• United States
29 Apr 13
If we send them back we have no control over their movements. We can't tell another country how to operate their travel system so they WILL let those people try to come back to the U.S. And I certainly don't trust the TSA to intercept these people on their way back in. They can fly to Mexico or Central America and come back in through the southern border like millions who cross undetected. If we keep them here we can restrict their movements (if the gov't security agencies ever get their crap together, that is) and prevent them initiating or assisting in attacks on our population. By deporting these monsters, we're just helping to string the bow with more lethal arrows.
@carolbee (16243)
• United States
29 Apr 13
Does anyone know why she was put on the watch list? What infuriates me is the fact she thought the US put red paint on the ground as though it was staged. She knows more than she is admitting. She already abused the US by coming here and shoplifting. Anyone know what she shoplifted? I must have missed something along the way although I thought I followed this disaster all the way. I feel bad she lost a son however my heart goes out to all the US families who lost a loved one. Who would think going to a major race would end up with such an unpleasant ending! Last week it was discussed on the news the father of these distorted boys, just can't call them men, was coming to the US last Wed. Never did hear anything more and wondered if he decided to stay in his homeland. May the victims rest in peace and prayers said for the grieving families. Sad, very sad time.
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@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
29 Apr 13
Funny I don't feel bad that she lost her son. He did this to himself. I also believe she knows more then she is saying.
@Metatronik (5899)
• Pasay, Philippines
28 Apr 13
First I knew it that their mother will be in denial in this case. Yeah I understand that parents can be truly in denial on their children's false decision that is being revealed to the public. But this one I am already expecting that their mother's in denial would be something horrible to hear in justifying her point which is now indeed doing it. You are right she seemed to be Anti American just like their sons especially Tamerlan in which in fact kind of ironic because they left Russia to save their children into wars then the America accepted them as refugees. Then now what are they doing? I've also read the blog of client of their mother in facial as she was offended on their mother's claim about the 9/11 that it was intentionally happened so that Americans will look hate the Muslims. I forgot the exact statement but that is the idea. The funny thing about this matter is that are these brothers trying to kill all the Americans on it's country?
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• Pasay, Philippines
28 Apr 13
So far what I am afraid about this matter is that her face will be exposed to the air more often than the suspect itself. Well I hope not but I am hoping that the mother wouldn't be that obsess in media attention it is because her statements are non sense. She just reminds me in our local country that the mother was in denial too because his son is suspect of killing the son of our President's adviser.
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• United States
28 Apr 13
Although I'm not Christian, I think this has something to do with the "Sins of the Father" concept, except that it's the son who has sinned.
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@cupkitties (6702)
• United States
28 Apr 13
So she believe in conspiracy theories. and she questions the government (oh shock! oh gasp!)..and that makes her a terrorist...
• Romania
28 Apr 13
we need more informations...