The Tsarnaev family, including the suspected terrorists and their parents, benefited from more than $100,000 in taxpayer-funded assistance
The welfare train never stops for Muslim terrorists. First the Tsarnaev family received over $100,000 in social welfare benefits for enriching our culture with their thievery and terrorism.
The Tsarnaev family, including the suspected terrorists and their parents, benefited from more than $100,000 in taxpayer-funded assistance — a bonanza ranging from cash and food stamps to Section 8 housing from 2002 to 2012, the Herald has learned.
“The breadth of the benefits the family was receiving was stunning,” said a person with knowledge of documents handed over to a legislative committee today.
Transitional assistance officials also told the Herald tonight that the agency was conducting its own investigation into whether Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s family ever notified the DTA about his extended trip to Russia, and has since expanded its probe to include a full history of the benefits received by the entire Tsarnaev family.
What is truly stunning is how many Muslim immigrants game the system to extract the maximum amount of benefits in the same way. But the welfare train doesn't end at terrorism station. That 100K was only a downpayment on the real cost of the terrorist welfare queens.
“The defense team representing the Boston Marathon bombing suspect got a major boost Monday with the addition of Judy Clarke, a San Diego lawyer who has managed to get life sentences instead of the death penalty for several high-profile clients, including the Unabomber and the gunman in the rampage that injured former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords,” reports the AP.
“Clarke’s appointment was approved Monday by U.S. Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler.”
CNN confirmed last night that bill for the attorney would be picked up by “Uncle Sam,” or the American taxpayer.
The cost for Phase 2 of the Tsarnaev Welfarepalooza is bound to run a lot more than a mere 100K. The trial alone will run a few million. And then the taxpayers will be spending 50k a year to keep Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in his maximum security digs at the cost of 50k a year (subject to inflation and ACLU lawsuits) while answering fan mail from One Direction fans.
After his conviction, he is likely headed for the Souza Baranowski Center, one of two Supermax prisons in Massachusetts, where he will be able to participate in programs fostering "Emotional Healing and Awareness" and a Toastmaters club for public speaking.
The welfare train never stops.