Boston Marathon Bombings Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Left Note in Boat he Was Captured By Police … Bombing Were Retribution for U.S. Military Action in Afghanistan & Iraq
Hey Baarack Obama … Can we make assumptions now that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were radical Islamic, Muslim terrorist?
CBS News is reporting that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a note in the boat where he was captured by police in Watertown, MA that the bombings were in retribution for United States military action in Afghanistan and Iraq. Dzhokhar also went on to say that the Boston Marathon victim were collateral damage. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev also wrote that his older brother was a martyr and in paradise and that if you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims. This should put an end to those still wondering why the Tsarnaev brothers did what they did. Even the “smitten teens” who think he was innocent because he was cute may even have to rethink their stupidity. These notes will come back to haunt Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as there is no way, Miranda rights or no Miranda right provided to their terrorists, that this evidence will not be immiscible at trial.
Sources tell Miller that Tsarnaev wrote the note in the boat he was hiding in as police pursued him, and as he bled from gunshot wounds sustained in an earlier shootout between police and his older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
The note, scrawled with a pen on the interior wall of the cabin, said the bombings were retribution for U.S. military action in Afghanistan and Iraq, and called the Boston victims collateral damage in the same way Muslims have been in the American-led wars. “When you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims,” the note added.
Dzhokar said he didn’t mourn older brother Tamerlan, the other suspect in the bombings, writing that by that point, Tamerlan was a martyr in paradise — and that he expected to join him there.
According to Miller, the note will be a significant piece of evidence in any Dzhokar trial — it is “certainly admissible,” and paints a clear picture of the brothers’ motive, “consistent with what he told investigators while he was in custody,” Miller said Thursday on “CBS This Morning.”
Miller explained that while Dzhokar admitted many of the same details to authorities, those admissions came “during the time he was interrogated but before he was given his Miranda warning.” The note gives prosecutors supporting, clearly admissible evidence even if there is an fight over whether things he said before he was given his Miranda rights are admissible as evidence.
I bet Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wishes he had written those words in the boat in invisible, erasable ink now.