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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Wife of bomber is granddaughter of Skull & Bones member

Tap

It appears that Facebook is the only way
I can keep up with the sheer volume of
facts on the Boston Bombing case.

Today, following a lead I wanted to follow
when I first heard her last name...

I've confirmed that Katherine Russell -
instant convert to radical Islam and wife
of alleged Boston bomber - is the granddaughter
of a SKULL AND BONES member who was active
in the energy industry as an "entrepreneur."

I don't know yet if the grandfather is
related to Skull and Bones co-founder
William Huntington Russell.

What does it mean? Who knows, but if you
can read Facebook, I have some preliminary
ideas.

More details here:

https://www.facebook.com/BrasscheckTV

- Brasscheck


CONFIRMED: Katherine Russell (alleged bomber's wife) is granddaughter of Richard Warren Russell, Skull and Bones member and entrepreneur in the energy industry.

Russell's obituary lists Warren King Russell II as son - and that's Katherine's emergency room doctor father.

That means wife had family spook connections as well as husband Tamerlan (Uncle Rusla). And both had fast, dramatic and uncharacteristic conversions to a perverted form of Islam favored by the gangster family that runs Saudi Arabia and works hand in hand with our spooks.

What does a massive coincidence like this mean?

You tell me. All I can do is report the stuff no one else seems to be able to get around to. (Nice in-depth front page article today Washington Post on the "mystery" of Tamerlan that breathes a hint of none of this.)

Katherine reportedly wanted to join the Peace Corps. Maybe she actually joined the agency the Peace Corps is a cover for. Who knows? I sure don't, but it's odd.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Tap, How come you have let our blog get taken over by the American shows.
If they cannot sort their own frauds out how can we.
They have all the weapons and ammunition, why don't they use them. It's simple.

Tapestry said...

Curiosity knows no borders, or other demarcations. Do countries really exist?