The devil always goes too far.
The children’s book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” could, in fact, have been written about him – or the FBI, who I am having a hard time distinguishing from the devil these days, to be perfectly honest.
So, if you give the FBI agent a cookie – will he want a glass of milk? Yes, please.
It was the very behavior of the FBI that finally caused me to take a harder look at this case. The worse they behaved, the more they mistreated people, the more I began to suspect the truth of a government cover up and the fact of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s innocence.
And speaking of innocence, I am preparing to make the leap to saying both brothers were set up. I have resisted that notion this long but am definitely moving in that direction. I will announce it on this blog if I arrive – possibly by the end of this post.
You see, too many people were deported; too many people went to jail and were convicted of what I consider to be trumped up, inflated, barely-related actions. I can’t even bring myself to call them crimes or charges.
One young man here in Florida ended up dead at the hands of the FBI and to say his death is suspicious is as big an understatement as to say our weather can be uncomfortable in the summer.
It did not surprise me to read that the defense was under intense pressure not to “resist conviction.” That would explain the spectacular lack of fighting zeal in the courtroom on behalf of a client for whom they obviously care deeply.
I am fortunate to live alone with four cats. It gives those who vehemently disagree with me something to focus on and poke fun at. I am also fortunate to be a born-again, spirit-filled Christian who has publicly stated the fact that God talks to me. It makes the FBI write me off as a lunatic.
Sometimes, being left alone is good.
I have on occasion wondered what I would do if agents showed up and demanded that I stop blogging about this case. What if they went so far as to threaten me or my family with imprisonment – or worse? In a previous blog post, I have already covered this but it is worth repeating:
I do not respond well to threats. I do not intimidate easily. A visit from the FBI regarding my on-line activities would be a waste of their time. A threat to keep the visit quiet would be ignored; I would be logging onto my computer while they were still getting in their rental car.
All that I am and all that I have belongs to God. I am His vessel. Nothing happens to me or those I love that He does not allow for His good purpose in my life. I am convinced of that. His Word says so.
Many years ago, the Lord led me to this promise in the Bible and He reminded me of it when I began blogging about the Boston Marathon bombing:
“Today I have made you a fortified city, an iron pillar and a bronze wall to stand against the whole land – against the kings of Judah, its officials, (in other words, the government) its priests and the people of the land. They will fight against you but will not overcome you, for I am with you and will rescue you,” declares the Lord.
Jeremiah 1: 18 – 19
To a believer, that is strong stuff. To the FBI and internet trolls, it is nonsense. Good. Let it be.
FBI agents are most likely amongst the people in over 40 countries who read this blog. I believe they have wisely decided to leave me alone, hoping I am just another Jahar fan girl or religious nut job.
Or maybe they have left me alone for another reason. Maybe the FBI has finished threatening lawyers and bloggers and friends of friends of friends of the Tsarnaevs because they are beginning to realize one important fact: the longer the list of their suspicious behavior grows the more obvious it becomes to the rest of the world why they are behaving suspiciously, if not downright criminally:
BECAUSE THE TSARNAEVS, BOTH OF THEM, ARE INNOCENT OF THE BOMBING OF THE BOSTON MARATHON.
I have arrived.