Perhaps Misha-Mikhail has more to say:
Mikhail Allakhverdov is listed with his brother Sergei as an officer of a Massachusetts nonprofit corporation called the Educational Organization for Improvements in Historical Studies, Inc. A telephone number listed for the company at a Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts address was no longer in service Monday.
Gennady Napadensky and Victoria Poupko, a Massachusetts couple from the former Soviet Union, who are listed as professional associates of Mikhail’s older brother Sergei, told Al-Monitor in a phone interview Monday that as far as they knew, Sergei was an atheist and the family was of Armenian Christian descent. Mikhail, they thought, converted to Islam after his immigration to the United States.
Gennady Napadensky told Al-Monitor he met Sergei about eight years ago when he was looking for an historian and found him through a Russian bookstore in Brookline, Massachusetts. They formed a company that produces digital interactive maps.
Victoria Poupko, Napadensky’s spouse and a former Northeastern University math professor who has worked as a human rights activist on behalf of persecuted ethnic minorities from the former Soviet Union, said she believes she met Mikhail Allakhverdov only once several years ago.
An activist on behalf of Chechen refugees, Poupko, of Russian Jewish descent, said she saw Mikhail in a car with a Chechen once, but she did not know who it was.
More than meets the eye with Mikhail ‘Misha’ Allakhverdov in my opinion. How does Victoria Poupko (above) happen to see Tsarnaev in a car with Misha, and not know who it was if she knew it was him? How did Victoria Popuko know the person in the car with Misha was Chechen, but she didn’t know who it was? Seems strange to just happen to be with or near Misha at a time that he is with Tamerlan and not know who he is, if both Tamerlan and Poupko are with Misha enough to cross paths with each other on random days. One of the two, Tamerlan or Poupko, must be with Misha a lot for that mathematical improbability to happen. I have yet to hear a story from any of these Chechen/Dagestani people that I believe or makes sense. Not once.
Note: Chechen is also one of the official languages of Dagestan as well as Chechnya, and is spoken heavily in western Dagestan, ancestral home of Dagestani Avars including Zubeidat Tsarnaev.
Additionally, from Laura Rozen, who first confirmed Tsarni-Fuller marriage connection to CIA, writing for al-Monitor: http://backchannel.al-monitor.com/index.php/2013/04/5118/family-associates-of-armenian-azeri-convert-puzzle-over-misha/
Sergei Allakhverdov-Amatuni (as the brother spells his names in some official listings) is also listed as a director of a Massachusetts non-profit, the Transitional Assembly for Peace and Democracy in Chechnya, Inc. Registered in 2003, the group lists as its president Salman Masayev (or Musayev), who has subsequently appeared in media reports as the deputy head of the Caucasus Muslims Organization, based in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Nadezhda Banchik, a California-based human rights activist for persecuted former Soviet minorities and who is a friend of Poupko’s, told Al-Monitor in a phone interview Monday that she does not know the Allekhverdovs, though she is listed with Sergei Allekhberdov-Amatuni as an officer in the Transnational Assembly. (She thought the group’s listed president Musayev might have been a Harvard student of Chechen descent who later returned to the region.)
She noted, in a telephone interview, that the Boston Marathon bombings occurred a few days after the US publication of the Magnitsky list, and suggested that it was strange, if Russia had suspicions about Tamerlan Tsarnaev, that it did not arrest him when he was there for six months in 2012.
These non-profit “benevolent” organizations are used to launder money and move arms for drugs, heroin in this case. Tsarni has already been implicated in such money laundering operations and fronts for illegal acquisition of Kazakhstan state oil drilling licenses. Lozen does excellent work in that article.