Last Wednesday, alleged Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, appeared for the first time in court. Much like James Holmes who was accused of the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting in July 2012, Tsarnaev appeared confused and distracted in court, and "acted weird". Such behavior is, of course, not necessarily unusual for someone who stands accused of mass murder. In Tsarnaev's case however, we have a problem that can't be explained away so easily.

Check out this video I put together of recent mainstream media reports and a short video of Tsarnaev himself.

Dr. Daniel Talmor, the Israeli head of emergency services at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, along with former IDF combat physician Dr. Kevin Tabb, who treated him, said at the time that Tsarnaev sustained serious injuries, but that he would live. Indeed the younger Tsarnaev apparently has survived, and has also apparently recovered his speech - albeit with a new accent - something we were told he had lost after allegedly shooting himself through the neck (despite being unarmed).


Earth to James, do you copy?
We might actually have been given a clue of what that 'something' was in a March 2013 report about doping him with a 'truth serum'. LSD was officially used for this purpose in CIA mind control experiments and covert operations as far back as the 1940s, but it's clear from what records have survived that the agents using such substances understood that, far from extracting valuable or truthful information, the purpose was to intoxicate the subject, making them sound incoherent and look deranged, and thereby condemn them in the public mind as 'insane'...