Ryan Dawson acquired the full CNN video, which I have seen; but, when I started circulating links to the YouTube version, the latter version was promptly REMOVED.
You should try to obtain a true and correct copy from CNN yourself.
I realize there are many Americans who may NOT understand the many reasons why a Habeas Corpus Petition is warranted; nevertheless, the older brother is plainly visible in this CNN video. And, if he died in custody, then his body has become one of several instances of “Best Evidence” –i.e. the evidence on a dead body is considered the Best Evidence for purposes of forensic examination and homicide / crime scene reconstruction.
As of this moment, it may be too early to speculate about a homicide of the older brother i.e. by members of the Boston Police Department. Nevertheless, that is one obvious point of fact to be considered by the Habeas Corpus proceedings which we have requested the Boston D.A.’s office to commence:
IF THE CNN VIDEO SHOWING HIS ARREST IS GENUINE, THEN HOW, WHEN AND WHERE DID THE OLDER BROTHER DIE?
If he is still alive and in police custody, THEN a lot of journalists have raw scrambled eggs splattered all over their faces.
Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office
Attention: Hon. Daniel F. Conley, D.A.
One Bulfinch Place
Greetings District Attorney Conley:
The link above is a single “screen shot” of a CNN news video, evidently broadcasted in Japan, showing the arrest of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, reportedly a key suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.
I was fortunate to have an opportunity to view the entire CNN news video before it was rather quickly removed from YouTube.
It is quite clear that suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was in the process of being arrested after all of his clothes were removed, and being led to a police car.
We are not at all “reaching” here to infer that he was alive, ambulatory, not bleeding, and no longer in possession of any firearms or explosives.
My office believes that the interests of justice now fully justify a Petition for Habeas Corpus review of Mr. Tsarnaev’s apprehension, arrest, subsequent interrogation and current status.
You and I may fully agree that such a Habeas Corpus Petition will most certainly have far-reaching political implications, particularly in regards to the question of journalism integrity. Nevertheless, American Courts have already held that the Petition Clause also authorizes petitions to Courts for the purpose of adjudicating issues of broader public interest and political significance:
“The authorities make it clear that the right of petition protects attempts to obtain redress through the institution of judicial proceedings as well as through importuning executive officials and the Legislature. It is equally apparent that the right encompasses the act of filing a lawsuit solely to obtain monetary compensation for individualized wrongs, as well as filing suit to draw attention to issues of broader public interest or political significance.”
— City of Long Beach v. Bozek, 31 Cal.3d 527 (1982)
Thank you very much, District Attorney Conley, for your processional consideration
in this matter.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964(a)
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Update: I do believe this is the video in question:
I also see at least one license plate that is visible; and, there are also lots of police officers visible in the latter video.
As such, they are eyewitnesses to this arrest.
The license plate that I can clearly see in HD mode is Massachusetts “565 GNO” .
That license plate is visible on the car that is backing up with its rear visible to the camera, in the lower left-hand corner of the video.
Backup lights are on, brake lights are both ON and OFF during the course of that video.