Richard Dart - 'Militant Moslem' or recruit to the security services?
Boston Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly originally said that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar were headed to New York to 'party'
Raymond Kelly then made "a complete 180 degree turn on his statement."
He now says that the brothers were going to New York to carry out a terror attack.
Mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva and father Anzor Tsarnaev, currently in Russia.
Zubeidat says: "I think now they will try to make my Dzhokhar guilty because they took away his voice, his ability to talk to the world... They did not want the truth to come out."
Zubeidat says that an Armenian American called 'Misha', a 'convert' to Islam, had influenced her son.
Suspects' mother shares doubts about Boston bombing
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva outside her home.
Misha may be like Richard Dart.
Richard Dart is a white middle-class Englishman.
Allegedly Richard Dart became a Moslem and plotted to attack soldiers in Royal Wootton Bassett in the UK.
Richard Dart "has been was jailed for six years."
Also jailed for being part of Dart's plot were a former London police community support officer and a former soldier in the UK's Territorial Army.
Richard Dart, 30, is the the son of teachers.
Richard dart was once a security guard at the BBC, which is allegedly run by MI6.
"Anjem Choudary smoking dope." Anjem Choudary
Richard Dart was converted to Islam by Anjem Choudary, who reportedly works for the UK security services.
"Anjem Choudary" Anjem Choudary
Dart and his friends hoped to train with al-Qaeda, which most Moslems know is run by the CIA and its friends.
Dart has made several appearances on YouTube and on BBC TV.
If Dart is working for MI6, his role will be to:
(A) make Moslems look like extremists
(B) pretend that al Qaeda is not a tool of the CIA and its friends.
In a BBC film, Dart said there were 'many misconceptions about Al Qaeda'.
In a BBC film, Dart said he backs Sharia law and he complains that British culture is becoming 'more homosexual' with 'men dressing like women'.
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