"We are convinced of the innocence of our brother. There is no evidence that he is guilty. America needs a new enemy." Once again we see the Islamic supremacist deflection of responsibility: any evil perpetrated by Muslims anywhere in the world is always, always the fault of someone else. Even the moderates and pseudo-moderates in the U.S. who condemned the Boston bombings disclaimed any need for examining how the texts and teachings of Islam incite to violence and supremacism, and doing anything about that.
"Wien: Mini-Demo für Boston-Bomber," German-language article from Kurier, April 25 (thanks to Christa). Here is a rough translation:
Vienna: mini-demo for Boston Bomber
Around 40 people demonstrated for the Boston bombers.
Vienna Chechens called upon their compatriots via Facebook to protest outside the U.S. Embassy. They demanded solidarity for the Boston bombers, and solidarity for Muslims and Chechens, because of allegations that the FBI had falsified evidence against the brothers. The "Pro-Tsarnaev" Rally had called for the demonstration via Facebook.
The police went in the afternoon, and assumed that the demo would remain on a small scale. Roadblocks were not planned.
Finally, about 4:30PM, around 40 peaceful demonstrators marched toward a large contingent of police. Men and women demonstrated separately. Among the protesters were both female veil wearers and women in Western dress.
"We are convinced of the innocence of our brother. There is no evidence that he is guilty. America needs a new enemy," read the Chechens' signs....