Sometimes there are conspiracies...maybe @ 02:18 am
There are so many bullshit conspiracy theories being tossed about with the internet and Alex Jones that it almost seems crazy to be suspicious of something that could very well be a conspiracy. But the death of Ibragim Todashev really makes no sense. I mean, I don't know the guy, so he could have been pushed into confessing to a triple homicide that linked him and the Boston marathon bomber. He could have outright said that he did it and then made a move on the FBI agents only to get shot in the process. This is all very possible.
But improbable. More probable is the FBI agent getting pissed at the guy and shooting him and then writing an official report that clears a baffling homicide, puts him in a hero position for two major trials and then stabs himself to make it look good.
Makes sense especially since Ibragim Todashev's friends said that he was getting afraid of the questions.
Now I'm not going to say it's one way or the other. I don't know. However, unlike 911 Truth or Obama is a Nigerian or Aaron Burr had Merriwether Lewis killed to stop him from narking on him, this is not an elaborate conspiracy that requires years of planning and thousands of people keeping silent about "the truth" (or at least neglecting to tell Alex Jones that he's really correct in his insanity). It requires one FBI guy and his partners going "Ok, fuck it. This guy is probably guilty and if you don't back me up, how can anyone ever trust you again?" and a case clearance.
Oh hell, Ibragim Todashev could have killed himself and the FBI guys could have just decided to close a case that they were 90% certain that he did anyhow.