Police Surround House Where Dzhokar Tsarnaev Is Hiding - Live Feed And Police Scanner

Tyler Durden's picture

Just breaking headlines, well, tweets in this case:



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Boat in which Dzhokar is likely hiding on Frankling street

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ghengis86's picture

They need the boat to dump his body in keeping with Muslim and CIA tradition

CvlDobd's picture

I hear, just like Watergate, that the dispatch preferred responders were busy at a donut shop.

toys for tits's picture

Bet they won't be able to kill him without burning down at least one house.

EscapeKey's picture

What I don't understand is - 10,000 cops (or whatever) and the supect actually remained in the original area all along.

Nice work, boys. [chief wiggum voice]

Jendrzejczyk's picture

That is the astounding part isn't it?

What the fuck would happen if it were 10. 20. 1000, or even a minute minority of only a million pissed off Americans?

SMG's picture

I hate Business Insider as much as any zero hedger, but is this true?




They're saying this guy had previous FBI contact.

Zer0head's picture

F off SMG with that spam link


JohnnyBriefcase's picture

The evidence in this case is rock solid.





recidivist's picture

Prepare for re-enactment of final scene of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

RedMeansGo's picture

Coming Summer 2016...

Wicked Dahk :30

James_Cole's picture

Is there no possibility of ever taking these guys into custody rather than killing them? 10k cops vs. one guy, you'd think it possible?

Pure Evil's picture

Thank goodness its over.

Now we can go back to our regularly scheduled police state.

Stazi for dinner tonight dear?

(meaning are we having pork for dinner, its the other white meat, oink, oink)

NoDebt's picture

Fuck, I just FIXED that boat!  Now it's got a bunch of holes in it.  I guess it's true what they say- it's a hole in the water that you throw bodies into.

JohnnyBriefcase's picture

lolz exactly! So funny if it weren't so sad.


And a little scary...


Ok a lot scary. Hold me.

toys for tits's picture

That's some fine police work there, Lou.

jonjon831983's picture

they gotta be joking... wtf.

fuu's picture

Drudge and CBS say not joking.

After refreshing stream 2 started playing and I caught the audio of the gunfire. That was a hail of fire.

Someone on the scanner just staed suspect in custody still hot scene, medic medic.

toys for tits's picture

What do you call a bus load of police officers going over a very high cliff?














A good start.

EscapeKey's picture

Yes, it is true.

Weaselthal and Blodget really are into mutual masturbation.

Banksters's picture

In an interview with Russia Today Friday, Tsarnaeva said that Tamerlan Tsarnaev got involved in "religious politics" five years ago, and that the FBI had previously contacted her about her son's activities. 

"He was controlled by the FBI, like for three, five years," she said. "They knew what my son was doing, they knew what actions and what sites on the Internet he was going [to], they used to come...and talk to me...they were telling me that he was really a serious leader and they were afraid of him." 

"How could this happen?...They were controlling every step of him, and they are telling today that this is a terrorist attack," she added. 


toys for tits's picture

Her future:

A distraught mother can't live with the family shame, so she commits suicide.

SMG's picture

So if this is true, it adds weight to idea that these guys are patsies for the Oligarchs.

SMG's picture

Seems like they just killed him...

Attention trolls who work ZH, this is how your masters reward you.

Mine Is Bigger's picture

Two things.  I hope "what sites on the Internet he was going [tp]" do not include ZH.  And isn't it strange "a serious leader" put himself in danger?  I mean serious leaders don't like to put themselves in harms way.

mjcOH1's picture

"And isn't it strange "a serious leader" put himself in danger? I mean serious leaders don't like to put themselves in harms way."

When serious leaders stop putting themselves in harms way, that's usually a good indicator of a failed society. 'Come back carrying your shield or carried on it' eventually gives way to 'Gimme'dat' before the empire crumbles. But before that, the serious leaders lead from the front:


"British Admiral Horatio Nelson was the head of the British Navy and probably the most influential Naval leader of all time. He was killed in the battle of Trafalger in 1805. Admiral Yamamoto, the head of the Japanese Navy, was killed when his plane was shot down in the south pacific during WWII.

Notable U.S. Combat Fatalities:

Col. Davy Crockett was killed at the Alamo. He was a former congressman and famous frontier hunter and Indian fighter.

General George Custer was killed along with all of his men at the battle of the Little Big Horn in Dakota Territory in 1876.

Three Union Generals, Major-General John F. Reynolds, Brig.-General Stephen W. Weed, and Brevet Major-General S. K. Zook were all killed at the battle of Gettysburg.

General Lesley James McNair was killed July 25, 1944 near St Lo, France by friendly fire during a pre-attack bombardment.

Admiral Isaac Kidd was killed aboard the U.S.S. Arizona during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941.

General Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr was killed during the closing days of the Battle of Okinowa by enemy artillery fire.

Major General Maurice Rose was killed in Germany during WWII. He was the highest ranked Jewish officer in U.S. history, and his 3rd armored Division was the first U.S. division to cross the Siegfried line into Germany.

General Keith Lincoln Ware was the Commanding General of the 1st Infantry Division. He was killed in a helicopter crash near the Cambodian border during the Vietnam War."

as a partial list....

StychoKiller's picture

Megatron:  "A wise tyrant always lets a fool lead in bad situations."

jbvtme's picture

this charade is over if this is true

Debugas's picture

the whole family seeked asylum in the US. Now tell me how easy it is to get one unless you were fighting russia for chechnya independence ?

seek's picture

Multiple sources including CBS news are now reporting confirmation that the FBI interviewed the guy two years ago, which lends a lot of credibility to mom's claims she'd talked with FBI and that her son was working with them.

XitSam's picture

Hmm. FBI gives terist a fake bomb, terist takes fake bomb as well as his own real bomb, plants both, one goes off. Reports of bombs being detonated or disarmed then those reports are denied as never happening. After all, how can you detonate or disarm a fake bomb?   Jus' sayin'.

Rogue Trooper's picture

Dead right, this is an embarrasing cowardly display.  If this was an actual test by someone to 'count the rifles' so to speak through the use of  a couple of low level expendable operatives. Whoever they are will not believe there eyes. It cannot be that easy to shut them down tie them up expend resources.

Everyone is watching this and checking this out. The usual players and these ones no one has veen heard about yet.

Incompetence, an American Tradition, in any military/LE engagement.

Back to the live feed farce.... to be continued.


Tapeworm's picture

How many hundred bombproof (at least for wthatever could possibly be involved) vehicles were available to drive right up to the boat, run over the bow or transom and open it up to a few non-gutless cops that promised to give him safe conduct with some non embedded reporters?

 Or just hook up the trailer to one of the bombproof thingies. Or just about anything other than the inevitible deaths of both possible patsies.

 I'll bet that there were several cops that volunteered ways of doing this without the usual bleedout and death, but were told to STFU and get into line.

Tapeworm's picture

I hope that he doesn't get the wrong blood type transfusion.


 This could be similar to the Goomint/MSM narrative and be guilty as hell.

I just want to see it done in a real court of law with real representation.

12ToothAssassin's picture

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAH real court of law with real representation. Thats a good one.

geekgrrl's picture

Someone mentioned Benny Hill in a previous post and I think that hits pretty close to the mark. 

But the scene that keeps popping into my head today is from the Blues Brothers. At the time it was complete satire, but now we see the same basic behavior by the police on the "news."

How is the completely over-the-top behavior of the Boston PD and the "complete lockdown," aka Marshall Law, going to keep us safe? The police might as well all be wearing signs saying: "Attn Terrorists: Bomb me, and I'll go apeshit crazy and terrorize my own people," because that's what their actions say loud and clear.

These kinds of over-the-top, massive expenditures of taxpayers dollars on "security" are a neon sign to any terrorist with even half a brain to wreak financial havoc, if not necessarily physical.

Home of the brave?  Not seeing it. I am seeing a lot of very cowardly people who, frankly, make me ashamed to be an American.

Rogue Trooper's picture

Brilliant analogy.  I had completed forgotton that scene. Hey I was just student and it was all a haze on VHS!

Benny Hill, I missed that one! However, Ernie 'He was the fastest milkman in the west' would certainly make a fine SWAT officer in these modern times LOL.


Got me thinking of a startirical parody perhaps? Benie looks like most of the Police I've seen over the last 24 hours?

Eric...Holder....  he drove the fastest Lenco B.E.A.R in the DHS....  to the tune of ,etc


AlaricBalth's picture

67 Franklin St. Watertown, Mass.


John Vincent -owner

John Vincent was referenced on pg 218 in a book called:

F.A.C.O.T.S.:The Story of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky (Google eBook)

Look in Google Books. Can't link it.

EscapeKey's picture

a) There is no mention of who owns the property on the linked page you provide.

b) John Vincent is not a particularly uncommon name. You'll have to provide a bit more information than that.

c) You might not be able to link it, but you CAN grab a screenshot and link that.

AlaricBalth's picture

John Vincent was a former owner. Looking in Mass public records now. Middlesex County

EscapeKey's picture

You'll need to provide links to prove this, you know.

Otherwise I could equally claim Santa Claus was the previous owner.

And once you've supplied said evidence, you'll need to connect it to your other claims - through links, evidence, proof, whatever.

Looking forward to seeing it.

AlaricBalth's picture

Middlesex County Public Records Search

Just plug in the address. 67 Franklin St.

Working from a handheld.

trader1's picture

good work, but why is the finding significant?  

i'm scratching my head...but then again, i'm nursing a hangover...

HedgeCock's picture

Yes, one 19 year old kid.