Coincidence: Alleged Bomber’s Widow Is Granddaughter of Skull & Bones Member

May 5th, 2013

Ok, I tried to verify this, because none of the sources that mention it cite references to link it all up.

But, yes, I think it’s true.

Let’s take it from the top:

1. Richard W. Russell (Katherine Russell’s grandfather), is mentioned on Eric Samuelson’s Skull & Bones membership list, which might be a list similar to the one Anthony Sutton mentioned but never published. Scroll down to, “Russell, Richard Warren 1951.” (Coincidence/Factoid: Skull & Bones was co-founded by William Huntington Russell, although I have no idea if Richard is related.)

2. Richard W. Russell had a son named, Warren Russell:

He is survived by Katherine Wehmann Russell, his wife of 56 years; his children Dr. Warren King Russell II, Elizabeth Suzanne Russell, Margaret Warburg and Richard Andrew Russell…

3. Dr. Warren Russell is Katherine Russell’s father:

Russell grew up in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, the oldest of three girls. Her father, Dr. Warren Russell, is an emergency physician; her mother, Judith, is a nurse.

Wow. That’s a pretty good one.

Via: 21st Century Wire:

Another incredible coincidence?

As more insights into the life and death of dead Boston Bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev continues to unfold, based on the available evidence – it’s becoming more and more obvious that he was either an FBI and/or CIA informant (or both), who was chosen to be set up as a fall guy, or patsy for the Boston Bombings. In this instance, he would also have needed a “handler” – someone who could help to steer and influence his day-to-day decision making. That person could be someone was very close to him. This leak appeared on Brasscheck TV’s Facebook page a few days ago:

“CONFIRMED: Katherine Russell (alleged bomber’s wife) is granddaughter of Richard Warren Russell, Skull and Bones member and entrepreneur in the energy industry.

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Research Credit: conceptualdecay

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