The FBI has searched the home of an exiled former Chechen rebel after learning that he met with main Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev less than a month before he allegedly carried out the deadly attack. Musa Khadjimuradov confirms that FBI investigators came to his house Tuesday and examined the hard drives of his computers and questioned him about Tsarnaev’s visits to a shooting range and fireworks purchases. Khadjimuradov came to the U.S. from Chechnya in 2004 as part of the U.N. refugee program and met Tsarnaev through the Chechen Society of Boston. He says Tsarnaev visited him three times, the last time with his family.
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