Horrific: After planting multiple bombs near the
marathon finish line, the devout Muslim brothers killed three people and
injured more than 260 in the blasts
More joy in the Muslim world over the slaughter in Boston. When interviewed by the FBI, the devout Muslim reaffirmed his belief in Jihad, and the attorney general said there was no sign this had changed.
The popular jihadi Twitter account Qadaya Al-Umma, a hub for
jihadi information and propaganda, posted on September 28, 2013 what they claim
is an “exclusive” photo of Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body. The
account administrators circled his index finger, which they said was pointing
in a gesture that signifies faith in monotheism. They wrote: “Look at the index
finger that is raised even following his body's dissection,” and called this
"a martyr's miracle."
Boston bomber spent hours after attack 'destroying evidence and building MORE bombs' Daily Mail, October 3, 2013
Boston bomber spent hours after attack 'destroying evidence and building MORE bombs'…. and now he's complaining he doesn't get enough fresh air in jail
- Tsarnaev has received nearly 1,000 pieces of mail in prison, mostly from people who believe he is innocent
- When interviewed by the FBI he reaffirmed his belief in Jihad and the attorney general said there was no sign this had changed
- Complained he had 'very limited access' to outdoors
The two men accused of carrying out
the Boston Marathon bombing spent the days and hours after the attack
destroying evidence and building more bombs, it emerged today.
A memo from Attorney General Eric Holder revealed the details
of what investigators allege the bombing suspects did after the April 15 attacks.
Holder wrote the letter to the bureau of prisons director to justify why the 'Special
Administrative Measures' were imposed on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after his
lawyers said the 'overly harsh' restrictions placed on him in prison
Tsarnaev's lawyers said he has been
confined to his cell except for visits from them and 'very limited
access' to a small outdoor enclosure.
He is not allowed to receive mail or use the telephone.
They argued the conditions have left him nearly totally isolated and are impairing their ability to defend him.
20, is accused of building and planting bombs near the finish line of
the April 15 marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 260.
'SAMs', as they are known, are used in
terrorism cases and other high-profile cases when authorities allege
there is 'substantial risk' that a defendant's communications or
contacts with people 'could result in death or serious bodily injury' to
The special restrictions were placed
on shoe bomb suspect Richard Reid, 'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh
and other terror suspects.
Tsarnaev's lawyers say prosecutors have presented no evidence that the special restrictions are needed in his case.
Faces in the crowd: Dzhokhar and his brother
Tamerlan were tracked by police using surveillance footage, and Tamerlan
was killed in the ensuing shoot out with police
The memo, obtained by the LA Times, claims Dzhokhar and his
brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev – who was killed four days after the bombing –
spent much of their time after the bombing trying to get rid of evidence and reaffirming
their Jihad beliefs.
Holder said that Tsarnaev discarded a
remaining bomb detonator and smashed a cellphone he used to secretly
communicate with his brother about the bombing.
When the younger brother was found hiding in a boat on, they were anti-America scrawlings on the inside.
'Tsarnaev's brother was killed in the
drawn-out altercation while he evaded capture and hid inside a
dry-locked boat in a residential neighborhood,' Holder wrote.
While hiding he scrawled messages including "The U.S. government is killing our innocent civilians", "I cant stand to see such evil go unpunished", "We Muslims are one body, you hurt one you hurt us all".
'Following his capture, he was interviewed by the FBI and reaffirmed his commitment to Jihad and expressed hope that his actions would inspire others to engage in violent conduct. there is no evidence that his intentions have changed since.'
The document also claims the pair made additional bombs after the marathon and persuaded others to destroy evidence.
Planned: The location of the bombs at the area
full of foot traffic and awaiting pedestrians shows that their intent
was to kill and injure as many as possible
The accused bomber's lawyers said his legal rights are being violated and said in their filing: 'The government has not alleged that
Mr Tsarnaev has done or said anything since his arrest to commit
violence, incite violence, or engage in communications that pose a
also said the special measures limit Tsarnaev's interaction with people
who are helping the defense and restrict the communications and other
activities of the defense team.
Authorities say he and his older
brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, ethnic Chechens from Russia who
emigrated to the United States as children, planned and carried out the
attack to retaliate against the United States for its involvement in
Tamerlan was killed four days after the marathon following a gun battle with police.
Dzhokhar was found wounded and hiding in a boat in a backyard in Watertown.
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