April 23, 2013 The Case Against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: A Guide Posted by Jeffrey Toobin

Thank you Brigid Meier for contributing with this response. Thank god I’m not the only one searching for or posting a response, which takes into compassion, while puzzling a point of political view, too.

I remain convinced that Dzhokhar was lost, lost lost lost in the ethers between an action-phantasy and the cold bloody rationality of what was misguidedly set into order in the world that bleeds and dies… a world set into chaos by he and his brother.  If the tables were turned and someone– the whole world’s media for instance–told me that the planet were at large dead-set against the Dalai Lama, or the ancient cosmology of Native American tribes– well then, I too might have at ages 18-19 acted out as well,  just like Dzokhar! I might have fought back as blindly as he allegedly did. Right or wrong. Information good or lousy. All matter’s action, whether sentient or inert depends upon interaction, or observation.  Is he responsible for what happened this last week?

Then again, who the fuck knows? Dzokhar just might be a teetering jerk who turned the corner unto his true nature a total jerk… Neanderthal man… errr …. Neanderthal teenager. I hope not and then again I hope something less than evolutionary ambiguity will come from this event and its following inquiry.  simone ellis

posted by Brigid Meier
April 23, 2013

The Case Against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: A Guide

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Hello, I am a person in the after post modern world; a poet, author, film maker, & arts journalist by trade. I'm broke. I guess I'm a story teller and observer. The stories are all true, the reviews my best educated guess or rants in the middle of the night or behind a pony wall in a news room. You may disagree with what I say vehemently or not give a shit, or hey maybe awaken me anew with your Imagination and change boh our future-- yeah, I'd dig that-- .
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2 Responses to April 23, 2013 The Case Against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: A Guide Posted by Jeffrey Toobin

  1. Antonio says:

    Thanks for posting this Simone, and as a former student of Ed Sanders I believe almost NOTHING of the official version of this event so far . Way too many convenient truisms etc…. and way too many improbabilities, like where is the claim of responsibility? Where did the guns come from? Where did they learn to handle guns such that they could hold off the Watertown police dept. in a massive shootout? How trite, another lone nut with a Russian connection… too bad his brother didn’t survive so that he could talk, and Dzhokhar was shot in the throat so he can’t talk either? It all looks like a frame-up to me, or at the very least, a sponsored event where these guys were patsies, scapegoats, unwitting accomplices… and I put absolutely nothing past our vibrant news-fabrication industry here at this late stage of the game.

    So there.

    • Right on Antonio!! hey any student of Ed’s is a friend of mine!! I agree, day by day, more and more. Smells bad don’t it. The short clips of the sad mother of those ‘boys’ is intended to sound like the ravings of a grieving idiot, but she made the very same points you’ve made above.

      Nice to meet you Antonio and here’s to Ed Sanders the truth teller supreme!


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