Uncle Ruslan 'of the CIA'.
Was Boston Bombers 'Uncle Ruslan' with the CIA?
Uncle Ruslan Tsarni (Tsarnaev), of Montgomery Maryland, graduated from Duke Law School in 1998 and is now a 'well-connected' oil executive and lawyer.
"The sale of the Sunninghill estate... has already raised concerns after it was disclosed the buyer was an offshore trust belonging to Timur Kulibayev..."
The purchase of Prince Andrew's house was put together, according to prosecutors in Italy and Switzerland, by a group of oil executives who comprise “a network of personal and business relationships” allegedly used for “international corruption," according to The London Telegraph.
The Sunday Times reported, “A statement by Ruslan Zaindi Tsarni was given in the High Court in December, claiming that Kulibayev bought Sunninghill and properties in Mayfair with $96 million derived from a complex series of deals intended to disguise money laundering.”
“Tsarni alleged that the money came from the takeover of a western company, which had been used as a front to obtain oil contracts from the Kazakh state.”
The “western company” is said to be Big Sky Energy Corporation, where Ruslan Tsarnaev was a top executive.
Before the Tsarnaev family moved to the United States, ten years ago, they lived in the Kyrgyz town of Tokmok, near the border with Kazakhstan.
Reportedly, organized crime boss Aziz Batukaev, who is also an ethnic Chechen, lived next door to the Tsarnaevs.
(Reuters) - Working out at the gym at their sleepy New England college, two students chatted about how "crazy" it was that bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon. Three days later, one of them was named a prime suspect.
Returning to campus on Sunday after being evacuated on Friday during a massive manhunt for the bombers, students at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth swapped recollections of seeing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, back in the dorm, at class and in the gym in the aftermath of the bombings.
Tsarnaev was working out in the gym from 8 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, listening to music on his iPod, when he struck up a conversation with fellow sophomore Zach Bettencourt.
"It's crazy this is happening now," Bettencourt recalled Tsarnaev telling him when the bombings came up.
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