'Why did the FBI execute my boy?' Father of Boston bomber's friend displays gruesome photos of his son's corpse showing unarmed man was shot SEVEN times during questioning - including once in the back of the head
Ibragim Todashev, 27, reportedly turned violent during an FBI interview He did not have a knife as previously said He had allegedly confessed to the FBI that he and Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev had played a role in a triple slaying in the Boston area in 2011Todashev, from Chechnya, was shot dead by the agent just after midnight on May 22Todashev had met Tsarnaev while he was living in Boston and last spoke him about a week before the bombing
The father of Ibragim Todashev, who was shot by an FBI agent a week ago while being quizzed over his links to the Boston bombers, revealed the extent of his son's injuries in gruesome photographs of his dead body today.
Outspoken Abdul-Baki Todashev called for an investigation and possible legal action against the agent involved at a press conference in Moscow where he showed the images of his son's body lying in a morgue with up to seven gunshot wounds, including one to the back of the head.
His angry calls for justice came as a report claimed the 27-year-old native Chechen was unarmed in the clash with a federal agent in Florida on May 22.
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Previous reports claimed the US citizen went for the agent with a knife while being interrogated in his home. However, a report by the Washington Post yesterday cited law enforcement officials saying he had no weapon. He allegedly did become violent when police quizzed him over links to Tamerlan Tsarnaev and an unsolved 2011 triple homicide but he did not have a knife as previously claimed.
'Today I want justice. I want an investigation, so that these people (the FBI) are sued under US laws,' he said.
'These are not FBI agents. These are bandits and they must appear in court.'
He said he received the 16 images of his son's body from a friend in the US.
Todashev is pictured lying in a Florida morgue. His father claims they show brutal injuries from up to seven bullets including one to the back of the head.
'This is not a shot that you fire when you come under attack. This is a shot you fire to execute someone,' he said.
'Couldn't they just handcuff him? At the very least, they could have wounded him in the foot or shoulder. And here he was – killed execution style.'
Deceased: Ibragim Todashev was fatally shot by an FBI agent just after midnight on Wednesday He added that his son must have had information they didn't want him to reveal.
'They silenced him', he added.
He now plans to journey to the US to pick up his son's body and said he had been to the US embassy in Moscow to apply for a visa to do so.Authorities were pressuring the younger Todashev to make a full confession to the murders of three men found in an apartment in Waltham, Mass. on the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001.
It is known Tamerlan Tsarnaev was close friends with one of the victims and the FBI have been looking into whether he was involved. Law enforcement sources told NBC that Todashev and Tsarnaev carried out the 2011 killings when a drug deal that turned violent. The suspects didn't want the three victims to be able to identify them, so they slit their throats, according to the network. It is that evidence which apparently led them to Todashev and his Orlando apartment not far from Universal Studios on May 22. He had questioned for some hours before he allegedly flipped and the shooting came as one agent stepped out of the room, leaving Todashev alone with one officer, the Post said.
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Tsarnaev acquaintance killed by FBI unarmed
Published on 30 May 2013
Ibragim Todashev was shot six times last week by FBI agents after being questioned about his relationship with Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the late suspected Boston Marathon bomber. Todashev was reportedly unarmed at the time of his death, and his father says federal investigators shot him in the head — and has the photos to prove it. RT's Martina Portnaya offers updates on the case from New York.