Skip to comments.Exclusive: U.S. Taxpayers Have Spent $7.2 Million on Chechen- Related Grants Since 2007
Posted on 04/22/2013 8:28:34 AM PDT by Nachum
As media ruminate about Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaevs possible motives in the Boston Marathon terrorist attacks, one that can be laid to rest is any suggestion that the U.S. has failed to assist financially the countries associated with the ethnic Chechen terror suspects. A review of U.S. federal tax grants and international aid reveals that American taxpayers have spent tens of millions funding humanitarian efforts in Chechnya, Dagestan (Dzhokhars birthplace and the current home of his father, Anzor), and Kyrgyszstan (Tamerlans birthplace). Since 2007, the United States has given at least $7,197,095 in
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Chechnya and Dagestan are both part of the Russian Federation. At most, you can say that they are similar to American Indian Reservations. What would we think if foreign countries (such as Venezuela or North Korea) were sending money directly to these Reservations?
I read on FR that the Turkish government is doing deals with some tribes, but I’m not sure if that includes direct cash payments. ANOTHER FUBAR that needs investigation. I also remember an American AID worker who disappeared in Chechnya. The article mentions someone else who disappeared-He worked for a Soros backed charity. I don’t know how Soros is seen by Russian authorities.
>>>I dont know how Soros is seen by Russian authorities.<<<
“Putin Calls for Arrest of Soros - NH Tea Party Coalition”
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