Not only Americans use the internet so when Americans are crying out for Dzhokhar (IF he is guilty and his motive is as he allegedly stated in the boat), to show remorse and be punished for what he did, just also bare in mind that others here would like Americans to show that same remorse for the thousands who are being killed by a government which they have voted for. It is very upsetting when you only look at the speck in your brother’s eye but refuse to see the log in your eye.
The best thing that this whole Boston Marathon Bombing has revealed, as far as I’m concerned, is America’s (generalisation) disregard for the value of the lives of Non-Americans. We are all the same folks, when you kill my brother on the street, my hatred for you and my pain for his loss is exactly the same…
re: Motion (Docket #107) to Postpone Setting of Deadline for Defense Mitigation Submission to U.S. Attorney and
re: Response to Government Notice (Docket #98) Regarding Death Penalty Protocol Timing
Comment: ‘But as a journalist, is it also your responsibility to question the “official story”? Where we’ve seen so many aspects of the FBI’s version of events come to light as being untrue, how do you fulfill that responsibility to the public?
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And you still dont think theres a possibility this kid could be guilty, you need to be waaay more open minded & stop being blinded by your emotions. Theres evidence right in front of you, from both sides that he could in fact be guilty. Wake up & smell the EVIDENCE.
Statements by the media and by the FBI are not concrete evidence. Until there is concrete evidence such as a video clearly depicting the crime, then there is absolutely no reason Dzhokhar, a suspect, should be considered guilty, without a doubt, at the moment.
There are however several contradicting pieces of information such as the female fingerprints on one of the bombs,witness statements in general, the fact that Tamerlan attended CIA sponsored workshops, the fact that authorities were carrying out a drill at the same time the actual bombings took place…and so on.
Example: The case of Ibragim Todashev. Had people not questioned this case, the story would still be “He lunged at authorities with a broom”. Or was it a pipe?
The young men were athletic. Tamerlan was a champion boxer. Dzhokhar was a wrestler at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Cambridge, Mass. He was named a Greater Boston League Winter All-Star in 2011.
Both had pursued higher education, Tamerlan as a student for three semesters at Bunker Hill Community College from 2006-2008. Dzhokhar was studying at the University of Massachusetts campus in Dartmouth.
The brothers had been living together on Norfolk Street in Cambridge, Mass. Tsarni, of Montgomery Village, Md., told the Associated Press that the men lived together near Boston and have been in the United States for about a decade.
In 2010, Tamerlan received the prestigious Rocky Marciano Trophy given to the New England heavyweight champ, the Lowell Sun reported.
Larry Aaronson, a retired history teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, where Dzhokhar graduated in 2011, is the brothers’ neighbor and got to know Dzhokhar while taking photos of the high school wrestling team and other school activities.
"It’s completely out of his character," Aaronson said of Dzhokhar’s alleged role in the bombings. "Everything about him was wonderful. He was completely outgoing, very engaged, he loved the school. He was grateful not to be in Chechnya."
Dzhokhar was not overtly political or religious, Aaronson says. “He spoke and acted like any other high school kid.”
Aaronson says he can’t reconcile the young man he knows with the characterizations he’s seeing in the media. “I cannot do it,” he says. “I mean this from the deepest part of my heart: It’s not possible it’s the same person. It’s just not possible.”
A former neighbor, Emily Long, told Fox News she saw no signs of radicalization and that the brothers and their parents seemed “so thankful to be in America.” She said she lived next door to them a few years ago and still exchanges Christmas cards with them. “My heart breaks for the mom and dad, they’ve already been through so much,” she said.
She said Dzhokhar would often see her arriving from the grocery store and, unsolicited, help her carry in her groceries.
"When I think of him (Dzhokhar) I think of his sweet smile," Long told Fox.
James Auclair was one of the prior tenants of the Norfolk Street apartment in Cambridge before the Tsarnaevs moved in.
Its been 6 months, & i still havnt given up. I’m not going anywhere. I dont care if half of you are gone, or all of you, i will always keep supporting him, & trying to figure this whole thing out. If you have been here from the beginning till now, congratulations. This has been a painful journey, we have been through so much. Being called fangirls, terrorist supporters, etc, its been way too much for us to handle yet we’re still here. I love you all so much, & whether he’s guilty or not i will never regret supporting him.