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NEW Details From Boston Bombings And Manhunt: Suspect #2 To Be Charged Today!

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Despite all the reports from classmates and friends that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, was unlikely to be involved in any sort of extremist activity, new information about the 19-year-old seems to indicate that he and his brother, the now deceased Tamerlan, lived a shocking double life.

According to reports, the elder Tsarnaev's behavior changed drastically in the last three or four years, and upon returning from an extended trip to Russia in August of 2012, posted multiple videos to his private YouTube page featuring a militant Islamic group in his native Chechnya area, known as Imarat Kavkaz.

However, according to Watertown Police Chief Edward Deveau:

"From what I know right now, these two acted together and alone. I think we have to be ever vigilant, and we're learning as we go along, but as far as this little cell — this little group — I think we got our guys."

Meanwhile, his younger brother, Dzhokar, remains unable to speak in the hospital, where he is "intubated and sedated" as new reports reveal he suffered a throat injury during the 24-hour manhunt and shoot-out that occurred between Thursday and Friday, during which it's now been revealed that pair hijacked a Mercedes, ADMITTED to the driver that they were behind the bombings while hurling explosives at authorities, INCLUDING handguns, riles, and six pressure cooker bombs similar to what they used on Monday.

Given the severity of his actions, Dzhokhar is expected to be formally charged today by a judge at his hospital bedside, both for both federal terrorism - which could result in the death penalty - and state murder charges.

As New York Senator Charles Schumer says:

"Given the facts that I've seen, it would be appropriate to use the death penalty in this case and I hope they would apply it in federal court."

We suppose only time will tell what's to come next, but we just sincerely hope that all the authorities involved are able to gather as much information from this young man as possible, and use it to ensure that travesties of this scale are prevented in the future.

Our heart stays with during this impossibly difficult time, Boston.

[Image via AP Images.]

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29 comments to “NEW Details From Boston Bombings And Manhunt: Suspect #2 To Be Charged Today!”

  1. 1

    Why? Because they hate americans. I think lil brother was a follower, but I have no sympathy for him. He should be wheeled into each hospital room with his mouth taped and made to look at his distruction and look his victims in the eye. I'm sick of America being a place that welcomes all of these pieces of sh*t!!! Free, free, free…why the rest of us pay out the a$$ for everything. F*cking sick of it!!

  2. Ppppfffftttt says – reply to this


    No, because they are sickos and psychopaths. They have no empathy for any life or respect for others in that respect. Not just Americans.

  3. anon says – reply to this


    I think there is much more to these two and the bombings than the media and the government are telling us. The evidence is sub-par and none of what we are being told is adding up. This wouldn't be the first time the media has led us to believe complete bullshit, anyway.
    If you are sitting there believing every story that is being fed to you by your television or computer, then you are nothing but a naive, gullible person, just like these two boys. We will never know the truth behind this, all that we will be told is that Dzhokhar is "guilty", which is a shame and another loss of life.
    Say what you want, but I find myself feeling a little sorry for Dzhokhar.

  4. lola says – reply to this


    Americans: you can't condemn violence and death, then wish it upon someone, no matter who they are or what they have done. A life is a life. A human is a human.
    Most of you are filled with such hatred and negativity, then you wonder why people turn against you and act out in this way. Please, look at yourselves carefully, you are not the amazing nation you think you are.

  5. jay says – reply to this


    Dzhokhar wasn't read his Miranda rights. For those of you who don't care or applaud this: "When the law gets bent out of shape for him, it’s easier to bend out of shape for the rest of us." Remember this.

  6. 6

    Something tells me there is more to it than just what we are told by the media. I don't for a second believe there is nothing more, or that the U.S government is hiding something big!

  7. The Matrix says – reply to this


    Lola, A life is a life, A human is a human, and idiot is an idiot ! and you are an idiot !

  8. Anonymous! says – reply to this


    Re: anon – Do you know what, I feel sorry for Dzhokar as well! No matter what he did he is still a 19 year old boy! A boy who had a seemingly bright future ahead of him which is now over. NO matter what he REALLY is guilty of, he's guilty!! I sympathize. I am not in any way saying what happened and the loss of lives is okay, but guess what.. This boy is human too. And YOU people reading this only know what is being released to you! And like ANON says, you have no idea if that is really the truth!!A

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    I kinda think there is more to the story than what we are told. Hopefully, all the questions be answered with the truth.

  10. lola says – reply to this


    Re: The Matrix – Oh, really? And what makes me an idiot? You don't know me, therefore that statement is pretty pathetic. Peace

  11. Chris says – reply to this


    Re: The Matrix – You think she's an idiot for having a valid opinion? Personally I think that makes you an idiot.

  12. Sarah says – reply to this


    I don't think the younger brother did it. Theres lots of evidence showing that he was wearing a white backpack while the bomb was black!! If people would just look at the evidence it may open your eyes.

  13. Ummm says – reply to this


    how did he change in the last 3 to 4 years when his trip was in 2012?…are we in 2015-16? (0_o)

  14. ChiChi says – reply to this


    I just don't think it's right to condemn someone with out having all the evidence. It was the people who were hurt by this, so why aren't the people the ones receiving the proof and evidence of what went on? Why are we only allowed to know what the government chooses to let us know? And I too feel bad for the kid. he was only 19 years old and if he did commit the crimes, you have to think he must have been severly brainwashed and pressured to undergo such a change in mindset in such a short time. The thing is no one is gonna know what really happened except that kid and the government will do whatever they want regardless of what he says.Everything that's happened is just really sad, for everyone involved.

  15. Ryan says – reply to this


    Hang on, so Dzhokhar is unable to speak, yet they're are still thinking of charging him?! What is wrong with our government? First, as Jay mentioned, he wasn't read his Miranda rights, and now they're going to charge him using insufficient evidence when he is clearly unable to speak, thus defend himself. He is just a SUSPECT. GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER AMERICA, WE ARE LOSING TOUCH WITH OURSELVES!

  16. 16

    Some sociopaths bomb cities. Others create web sites making fun of people and become rich and successful. It's not a kind planet.

  17. The Matrix says – reply to this


    Lola: You are arguing that a terrorist that killis innocent people…is no better or no worse than a innocent person. Fortunatley the law in the US does not agree with you. I think America is an amazing nation, I'm sorry you don't. It sounds like you maybe holding onto a little hatred and negativity, yourself. I don't like your opinions, or your arguments, and I'm just exercising my freedom of speech. We can agree to disagree.

    Your statement that a human is a human and life is a life seems overly simplistic and idiotic to me.

  18. Lola says – reply to this


    Re: The Matrix – I have no hatred towards America, I was born and grew up there, it's my home.
    Has Dzhokhar been found guilty? No, therefore you cannot say that he is a terrorist. That's the problem with people nowadays, you are so quick to jump to conclusions without really reading into it. Like I said, Dzhokhar has not been convicted. And with the sub-par evidence being presented to us, it seems disgusting that a nation (and the world) is succumbing to the government run media so quickly and easily.
    Of course, think what you want, believe what you want, but don't make statements without truly investigating all evidence for yourself without the bias. America is falling apart, and it's people like you who are failing to see beyond the surface

  19. ONIT says – reply to this


    A suspect who is unable to speak, who is intubated and who is sedated, meaning he can't say anything, not even defend himself, will be charged at his hospital bedside? Let me guess, the ruling and the death sentence will be executed within 5 minutes after the charge. That's extremely disconcerting. I want justice but I want it to be crystal clear and without any doubts. Why can't they just wait till the suspect is well enough to speak again. Why the rush? …unless he is actually dying and they know it.

  20. Char says – reply to this


    Sometimes these things are not anti-american primarily and you can't condemn all other nations who are not american as bad. Unfortunately, some people, if you can call them that, use any excuse to showcase their hatred, rage and violence, in this case they used anti-american ideologies and destroyed innocent lives. I don't live in the states, but the way I figure, if you don't feel welcome in a country you can leave. If I were to go live in the states, I would have to abide by the country's rules, pay taxes, and show my gratitude for being allowed in.

  21. reggie says – reply to this


    Re: Ummm – What I would like to know is this……Who the hell are most of you people posting this crap! You are ignorant and I don't believe you are American. Your posts about not having evidence is total nonsense. Your posts that we should forgive and forget the carnage these two uncaring monsters have inflicted on innocent women, children and men who all have much to contribute to society make me sick and cringe. THANK GOD YOU AREN'T RUNNING THINGS ! You better open your eyes!!! The bag they showed by the mailbox WAS WHITE. You also better go back and look at those explosions again too. This was no cute little boy like you want to believe. You should go tell your opinion someplace else other than the U.S. if this is your true sentiment. DON'T TRY TO MAKE THEM VICTIMS. YOU ARE AN IDIOT !

  22. Kristen says – reply to this


    Re: The Matrix – Someone had to say it!

  23. Suzq3 says – reply to this


    Re: lola – jealous? You are a jealous moron. Sorry your country sucks but don't blame the US, blame your own people for not helping themselves. Jealousy will do nothing for you.

  24. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Re: lola – We sure are an amazing nation, go visit someplace else if you do not like the US. Tired of people hating on us, take a hike.

  25. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Re: ONIT – Why don't you read up on how many YEARS of appeals these killers have in the state courts (with some exceptions like Texas) if they get the death penalty. Hope the US has jurisdiction, they do not fool around too much.
    Why don't you conspiracy nuts hang out on your dedicated sites.
    If the Flag button was working for me, I would flag every one of you nuts.

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    Why are my comments being censored?

  28. I was there says – reply to this


    To everyone who feels bad for the little brother, please consider the people who were there, I am sitting here so angry at these posts of people defending them. WTF! Where is your loyalty to your fellow Americans??? I was feet away from the 2nd explosion as were my sisters, you will get NO sympathy here! BOSTON STRONG!!!

  29. Wheel says – reply to this


    Would you want to live in a country that killed its own citizens without a fair trial? That put someone on death row without a second thought? I would not. You may not like it, but if you start this eye for an eye business you are no better than the bully down the street. A US citizen deserves a trial, not a noose.