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Suspect Scrawled Note Claiming Responsibility for Boston Bombing

May 16, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of FBI.
Photo courtesy of FBI.
The surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect scrawled a note on the cabin wall of the boat where he was captured claiming responsibility for the attacks and expressing his desire to join his dead brother in a Muslim paradise.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, wrote the note in marker while he hid in the boat from authorities. He wrote that brother Tamerlan, who died in a gunfight with police, was a martyr in paradise. He also wrote that he expected to join him there soon, reports CBS News.

The boat wall with the note was riddled with bullets.

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Boston @ 5/16/2013 3:54 PM

We can arrange for you to join your a**hole brother. Hope the Feds handle this case since they are Federal crimes instead of the Massachusetts Justice system at least I know the Feds will execute the POS. Living in this liberal state that does not have a death penalty in the 21st century. I guess as long as we continue to play the world's police department we can expect this type of retailation.

Tom Ret @ 5/16/2013 4:04 PM

It is indeed a strange religion that believes that paradise awaits those who murder and maim indiscriminately.

Capt. Crunch @ 5/16/2013 6:17 PM

Screw these Muslims that don't like it here in America. Nobody put a ball and chain on there legs. So get the hell out of my country.

Frank @ 5/17/2013 3:47 AM

Why the good people of this country put up with Terrorists and Muslims in this country is beyond me. Who is stupid enough to invite death into our country? The Politicians should be held accountable for any American killed in this country by Muslims. They have only one agenda!

vincenzino @ 5/17/2013 6:01 AM

Hey, how 'bout this: we use a good old American-made Louisville Slugger to send Dzhokhar on his way, then submerge both bodies inside
the collection tank of a super-deluxe, custom-built Tsarnaev Memorial Porta Potty. The front of the structure would be adorned with a beautiful mural of the brothers with arms outstretched. Above the mural would be engraved in 24kt gold leaf, "We Offer You Comfort and Relief".

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