Excerpt:

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is associated in large part with terrorism. The group has its roots in terrorism; it has helped finance terrorism; it co-sponsors rallies promoting terrorism; and it has lost, through deportation and incarceration, a number of officials who have been involved in and/or linked to terrorism. Given CAIR's terror-related history, as well as the group's appetite for generating lawsuits, it makes sense that CAIR would provide legal defense to someone who is also related to terror, someone like Ibragim Todashev, who is linked to the perpetrators of the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Last month, on May 22nd, the parents of Chechen-born Ibragim Todashev filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against two federal agents and two Massachusetts state troopers, claiming that their son's death, which took place exactly four years earlier, "was the result of excessive force by FBI agents."


Read the complete original version of this item...