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Brothers charged in rape, murder of teen boy

Two brothers, Jonathon Adamson and Benito Marquez, charged in the murder of Washington 16-year-old Benjamin Eastman. They face charges of first-degree murder, first-degree rape, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful disposal of remains.

Two brothers were charged in the brutal killing of a 16-year-old boy in Washington state on Monday after the teenager's remains were found in a shallow grave last week.

Jonathon Adamson, 21, and Benito Marquez, 16, appeared in Lewis County Superior Court where they were each charged with first-degree murder, first-degree rape, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful disposal of remains in the death of Benjamin Eastman, according to Q13FOX .

In charging documents obtained by Q13FOX, prosecutors said that phone records show the brothers lured the 16-year-old into the woods on June 24 for a camping trip in Randle, located about 110 miles south of Seattle.

Adamson told detectives that after Eastman joined the brothers, he was knocked to the ground and kicked more than 100 times by the pair, according to court documents. At one point, the 21-year-old allegedly told police the brothers sexually assaulted the teenager with a stick while he was still alive, Q13FOX reported.

Jonathon Adamson and Benito Marquez were charged Monday in the murder of Benjamin Eastman. (Q13FOX)

Eastman was then allegedly struck repeatedly in the head with a rock to make sure he was dead, before being buried by the brothers in the grave. After burning the 16-year-old's clothes and items used to dig the grave, the brothers dug Eastman’s body back up and buried him in another place out of fears the first site would be discovered, court documents obtained by Q13FOX stated.


The Lewis County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that deputies came across a shallow grave on June 28, but were initially told the gravesite was for a dog that had recently died. Officers, however, "felt the information was suspicious in light of recent report of the runaway/missing juvenile."

The Russian business daily reported at length on February 15 that Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan was visiting Moscow and would meet with President Vladimir Putin and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

The Washington Post ran only a brief AP story mentioning the visit; the New York Times ran the same AP dispatch with only a cursory description of plans to by weapons:
The also said Russia "intends to ship Iran its S-300 air defense system."

The Russian media regularly portrays the S-300s as virtually already delivered, but as we have pointed out, there are issues of manufacture and payment, even though Iran has reportedly withdrawn its suit against Russia for non-delivery of the S-300s while it was adhering to the UN-imposed embargo. cited sources that told them Iran had already made an advance toward the nearly $1 billion payment for the S-300s, and would receive the first division "within a few months."

That would mean that statements from Vice Premier Dmitry Rogozin that they were "already" delivered were premature. The sources said the contract "plans to be fulfilled by the end of 2016/early 2017."

The US-negotiated end to sanctions on Iran made the "shopping trip" possible, but there are some catches, as the noted:
This was cause for complaint by Michael Rubin, a former Pentagon adviser and terrorism analyst who told that Secretary of State John Kerry had "frontloaded Iran's payday for all the wrong reasons" when the nuclear agreement was reached:

The conservative Fox News was more blunt about Iran's "shopping trip" in a story headlined "Defiant Iran Ignores UN Ban, Hits up Putin for High-tech Tanks, Fighter Jets"; Fox also mentioned Iran's recent test of missiles capable of bearing nuclear warheads, for which 11 entities and individuals were sanctioned.

Kommersant went further than AP and even Free Beacon to point out two restraining factors on Tehran's shopping, one of which Fox had noted:

That indicates that at least this Russian business daily -- not as independent as it once was -- wants to emphasize that Resolution No. 2231 is not undone by the nuclear deal.
As the reported in January restrictions will still remain on weapons.
As IBT recalls, US sanctions were imposed by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 when not only 60 Americans were taken hostage but 241 Americans were massacred in the combing of a Marine compound in Beirut by Hezbollah -- the same terrorist group with now a civilian government that is fighting alongside Russia and Iran ostensibly against ISIS in Syria -- but actually propping up the Assad regime.
As the BBC reported , despite the nuclear deal, the conventional arms embargo on Iran will remain in place for five years -- with the embargo on missiles for 8 years. This is the fine print often overlooked in enthusiastic coverage of the nuclear deal reach with Iran by the Obama Administration.
In addition to the weapons systems covered by , mentioned the Iranians were looking to buy combat training Yak-130s, frigate ships and electric diesel submarines.
Another interesting tid-bit from not mentioned by Western media was that in fact Iran has kept its interest in purchasing T-90 tanks -- which are already visible in the war in Syria. Quoting the defense minister, reported:

According to the prognosis of one of 's sources in Russia's Federal Military Technology Cooperation (FTS) agency , "negotiations on that issue will be difficult." Even so, Kommersant's source "did not rule out"that Russia would agree to localize the assembly of the T-90 in Iran.

As Iran Project reported, Iran had in fact not scrapped plans to buy the T-90.
Another source in the FTS system said that Tehran may request Moscow's help in repairing the Iranian fleet of MiG-29s and Su-24MKs and also its submarines.
The biggest difficulty in expanding military-technical cooperation is Tehran's lack of cash, however; Iran wants to get the Russian armaments on credit, but due to the economic crisis, the Kremlin cannot allow that.

Iran has been attempting to negotiate an $11 billion loan with Russia for "infrastructure support" -- this is supposedly separate from any arms deal.

Kommersant also spells out the problems with the UN resolution: tanks, armored vehicles, high-caliber artillery systems (100 mm and larger), fighter jets and helicopters, war ships, missiles and missile systems -- these are all supposed to be sanctioned for 5 to 8 years.

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