Here is the Full Story of the Boston Marathon Bomber till his Death and his associate in custody.
Police have identified Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, as the “black hat” bombing suspect, killed during the manhunt that followed. Readers have pointed out that Johannes Hirn madeTsarnaev the subject of a photo essay, “Will Box for Passport,” taken before the boxer competed at National Golden Gloves competition in Salt Lake City. The captions give us a micro-profile of the suspect.
Tamerlan, who studies at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston and wants to become an engineer, took the semester off from school to train for the competition.
Tamerlan fled Chechnya with his family because of the conflict in the early 90s, and lived for years in Kazakhstan before getting to the United States as a refugee.
Originally from Chechnya, but living in the United States since five years, Tamerlan says: “I don’t have a single American friend, I don’t understand them.”
If he wins enough fights … Tamerlan says he could be selected for the US Olympic team and be naturalized American. Unless his native Chechnya becomes independent, Tamerlan says he would rather compete for the United States than for Russia.
Tamerlan says he doesn’t drink or smoke anymore: “God said no alcohol.” A muslim, he says: “There are no values anymore,” and worries that “people can’t control themselves.”(Slate)
Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, the so-called Suspect No. 2 (white hat), remains alive and is the subject of a massive manhunt in an around Watertown, Massachusetts. Tamerlan, Suspect No. 1 (black hat), was reportedly shot by cops during a fierce firefight in the streets of Watertown, during which the brothers set off explosives and gravely wounded another cop. Tamerlan later died after reportedly being run over by Dzhokhar as he escaped.
The Boston area is on lockdown, with residents forced to remain indoors while hundreds of agents hunt the terrorist suspect Dzhokhar. Schools are closed and transit is shut down. There is strong suspicion that the brothers had accomplices.
Here’s what you should know about this enemy of America.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, so-called Suspect No. 2, and his brother, Suspect No. 1, have lived in the U.S. for at least 10 years. NBC’s Pete Williams, who has been in the know and debunked speculation that a missing Brown University student was the suspect, says Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was born July 22, 1993, in Kyrgyzstan. The older brother was born in Russia.
Records show Dzhokhar was registered to voter in Cambridge. And according to NBC News he had recently become a naturalized U.S. citizen — last year on 9/11.
His address is reportedly 410 Norfolk Street in Cambridge.
Boston Bomber’s Corpse
TMZ has confirmed that a gruesome photo circulating through the internet depicts the violently mutilated body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was reportedly run over by his escaping brother after he was shot.
The picture shows the bullet-ridden lifeless corpse of 26-year-old Tamerlan..
Dzhokhar with facial hair.
Infrared shot of Dzhokhar in the boat.
Dzhokhar is captured.
1. Tamerlan Tsarnaev Traveled to Russia Through NYC Last Year
According to reports by CBS, the bombing suspect flew in and out of John F. Kennedy Airport last year and was out of the country for six months. Investigators want to know if he participated in terror training while he was overseas.
According to and Fox News interview with former CIA intelligence officer Michael Scheuer:
”Looking at the operations two people could have carried it out but there must have been some kind of training…the bombs looked professionally made…I could be completely wrong…this gentleman was in Russia for 6 months last year and could have received that training”
2. He was an Islamist Who May Have Been Radicalized
He considered himself a devout Muslim who did not drink alcohol or smoke. In interviews carried out for a photo essay, put together before the boxer competed at National Golden Gloves competition in Salt Lake City, Tamerlan stated: “I’m very religious.” He also revealed that he felt there were “no values” in society anymore.
According to The Telegraph, Tamerlan is believed to have became more focused on his religion after dropping out of Bunker Hill Community College.
The bomb suspects’ uncle Ruslan Tasarni, said that if this was an attack fueled by religious extremism, the Tsarnaev brothers must have been indoctrinated outside of the family. In an interview with reporters outside his home in Maryland, Tasarni stated that, the boys’ extremism was “not taught my brother”. He also said his nephews “deserve to die” for what they did.
Tamerlan’s YouTube Channel (featured below) sheds light on his potential extremist inclinations.
3. He had a YouTube channel Dedicated to Terrorist-style Videos.
The videos on a YouTube Channel believed to belong to Tamerlan Tsarnaev suggest a man who was deeply pious, but held a stern view of his own faith.
Many of the videos on his channel have since been deleted. His playlists include one titled “Islam” and another one titled “Terrorists”. The video above is an example of what was linked to his page. This particular video features a Islamist group called “The Black Flags from Khorsasan”; a religious group that support key parts of jihadist mythology. According to The Weekly Standard, “Mentions of the Khorasan have begun to increase in al Qaeda’s propaganda.”
This does not make the brothers al Qaeda operatives but does increase the likelihood that Tamerlan Tasarnaev (if this is indeed his YouTube page) was at least sympathetic to the same underlying ideology.
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