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Taxpayers Footing the Bill for Terrorist Tsarnaev Family’s Travel
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April 26, 2015, 07:57 PM
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The wretched terror clan of Dagestan is being well taken care of by our tax dollars so they can plead for a softer sentence on behalf of the jihadist murderer Dzhokhar. He was recently found guilty on all counts in federal court of setting off the bombs in the 2013 Boston Marathon attack, and now the trial moves to the penalty phase, where excuses are made.

When the entire Tsarnaev gaggle resided in the United States, they got a pile of welfare benefits and the kids attended the best schools. They are a case study in how not to treat hostile Muslims, in particular not admitting them to the country in the first place. In addition, Muslims regard welfare as jizya, the tax which Muslims charge infidels to allow them to live in Islam nations. Now the Tsarnaevs are getting still more of our money.

Boston radio host Howie Carr appeared on Fox News Sunday morning to explain the deluxe treatment the jihadist crime family are receiving from the unwilling taxpayer.

The court has been very generous generous to the perp crew, but not so much toward the American citizen victims, many of whom were left without limbs in the bombing and could have used some help in getting to the trial.

Survivors outraged after learning Tsarnaevs familys trip to US paid for with American tax dollars, Fox News Boston, April 24, 2015

BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) The family of the convicted marathon bomber is in America, on your tax dollars, and survivors are outraged after learning the news.

As of Thursday, family members of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been staying at the Hampton Inn in Revere under very tight security, just one of the things tax dollars are paying for. FOX25s Sharman Sacchetti investigated how much this trip is costing you.

Sources say these family members are being called as witnesses and not only that, at least three agencies are working around the clock to protect and transport them. This is all part of the defense teams strategy to save Tsarnaev. While its unclear when their flight started, we know the last part of it came through Amsterdam and landed at Logan Airport and cost nearly $2,500 per person.

The cost to put them up at the Hampton Inn at the government rate: almost $200 per night, per person. And a source says at least three agencies, the FBI, US Marshals and Revere Police are involved in constant protection.

“I think youre probably talking about $100,000 plus in that neighborhood in terms of security and out of pocket costs associated with travel,” former US attorney Michael Sullivan said.

And thats just for this trip.

Lawyer fees or even what all witnesses during the trial cost is still unclear. One defense witness, Mark Spencer of Arsenal Consulting, charged $375 per hour and billing taxpayers for $150,000.

Governor Charlie Baker said, “Its a federal trial, its a federal case, the feds ultimately need to make the decisions about this.”

Baker was non-committal about how resources are being used, even state ones.

Sullivan told Sacchetti that while he understands taxpayer outrage, the whole point is to make sure its done right.

“The court wants to make sure that at the end of the day, the defendant gets a fair trial and would not want to add any potential issues on appeal in the penalty phase, prosecutors finished making their case yesterday,” he said.

Marathon survivor Marc Fucarile reached out to us Friday night, reacting to this news, saying that hes outraged that Tsarnaevs familys expenses are being paid for when myself and some of the other survivors and our families have to pay for our own parking at court, lunch, and we were told that if the trial was moved out of state, wed have to pay for our own travel and lodging, there.

The statement went on to say: Why should our country pay for them when that family committed a violent act against our country? Not to mention, all of the free government services this family previously enjoyed on the backs of the taxpayers including government assistance and a free ride to UMass Dartmouth. In contrast, I was denied housing assistance I sought after the bombings, even though I needed a handicapped accessible apartment, and my wife lost her job as a result of the events.

He ended by saying he feels badly for the taxpayers that have to pay for this after they were so generous to all the survivors and the One Fund.

The defense team is up next. And the penalty phase picks up again Monday.