Again, Why Was Todashev Granted Asylum?
May 29, 2013, 01:52 PM
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 Ramzan Kadyrov and Stephen Seagal last week
Chechen dictator Ramzan Kadyrov and Stephen Seagal last week


From Radio Free Europe yesterday:
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has accused the FBI of "killing without justification" a young ethnic Chechen thought to have ties to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.  
Kadyrov said that Ibragim Todashev was a "good boy" and his father, who works in the administration of the Chechen capital, Grozny, is a "decent man."

There are all sorts of interesting theories one could make up about this, but the one obvious conclusion is that there`s something wrong with our refugee system. Ibragim Todashev was granted refuge in the U.S. even though his family is part of the deep state of Russian-ruled Chechnya, part of the Putin-backed dictator`s mafia. Young Todashev wasn`t a loser in Chechnya`s civil wars, he was a winner. He wasn`t coming here to flee violence at home. Instead, he was coming here to practice his violence in our gleaming gyms.