let-goletgod:

Day after FBI agent kills Todashev in his home. Trooper who was with him at the time tells him “well done”

fightingforthetsarnaevbrothers:

blamusicccc:

fightingforthetsarnaevbrothers:

Like if you’re still here supporting Jahar. Reblog if you still believe in his innocence. 

I will never stop supporting him…I just don’t like tumblr very much anymore.

yeah, & im sure jahar doesnt like his cell anymore too

I mean the only thing on here anymore is people talking shit & people telling other people what to do. We can support him better on something that people actually use like instagram or facebook..and tumblr has absolutely nothing to do with him not liking his cell…

"One has been killed and it would be convenient if the other was not able to speak out to declare his innocence I have to go to Dzhokhar. To be with him at his bedside – to protect him – if they will let me."

-Maret Tsarnaeva  (via let-goletgod)

Sister Of Waltham Triple-Murder Victim Frustrated With Media, Law Enforcement

josephinax:

SEPTEMBER 11, 2013

Jim Braude : You’re talking about information and what you have and haven’t gotten. After the FBI report was in I believe the New York Times that after 150 shootings the FBI had done internal investigations and cleared itself 150/150 times, the civil liberties union of both…

fightingforthetsarnaevbrothers:

Like if you’re still here supporting Jahar. Reblog if you still believe in his innocence. 

I will never stop supporting him…I just don’t like tumblr very much anymore.

USA v. Tsarnaev - Upcoming Dates (as of November 2013)

somethingreallyirrelevant:

Updated the thingy!

November 12th, 2013 Second status conference for USA v. Tsarnaev.

January 15th, 2014 - Second status conference for Aza, Dias, and Robel.

January 31st, 2014 Final decision by US Attorney General Eric Holder on the consideration of the death penalty is expected.

Boston Marathon suspect may pin blame on brother

patsysvodka:

BOSTON (AP) - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers may try to save him from the death penalty in the Boston Marathon bombing by arguing he fell under the murderous influence of his older brother, legal experts say.

The outlines of a possible defense came into focus this week when it was learned that Tsarnaev’s attorneys are trying to get access to investigative records implicating the now-dead brother in a grisly triple slaying committed in 2011.

In court papers Monday, federal prosecutors acknowledged publicly for the first time that a friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev told investigators that Tamerlan participated in the unsolved killings of three men who were found in a Waltham apartment with their throats slit, marijuana sprinkled over their bodies.

The younger Tsarnaev’s lawyers argued in court papers that any evidence of Tamerlan’s involvement is “mitigating information” that is critical as they prepare Dzhokhar’s defense. They asked a judge to force prosecutors to turn over the records.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 20, faces 30 federal charges, including using a weapon of mass destruction, in the twin bombings April 15 that killed three people and injured more than 260. Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, died in a gunbattle with police days later.

The government is still deciding whether to pursue the death penalty for the attack, which investigators say was retaliation for the U.S. wars in Muslim lands.

Miriam Conrad, Tsarnaev’s public defender, had no comment.

Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center, said the defense may be trying to show that the older brother was the guiding force.

"If I was a defense attorney and was seeking perhaps to draw attention to the influence the older brother had in planning the bombing, I would use his involvement in other crimes to show that he was likely the main perpetrator in the Boston bombing,” Dieter said.

"I would take the position that my client, the younger brother, was strongly influenced by his older brother, and even if he is culpable, the death penalty is too extreme in this case."

Similarly, Aitan D. Goelman, who was part of the legal team that prosecuted Oklahoma City bombing figures Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, said the defense may be looking to minimize the younger brother’s role in the bombing.

"I think the mostly likely reason is that if they are arguing some kind of mitigation theory that the older brother was a monster and the younger brother was under his sway or intimidated or dominated by him," he said.

Investigators have given no motive for the 2011 slayings. One victim was a boxer and friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s.

Federal prosecutors said in court papers that Ibragim Todashev, another friend of Tamerlan’s, told authorities that Tamerlan took part in the killings. Todashev was shot to death in Florida in May by authorities while being questioned.

Prosecutors argued that turning over the records would damage the investigation into the killings


Read more: http://www.myfoxboston.com/story/23770482/2013/10/23/boston-marathon-suspect-may-pin-blame-on-brother?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#ixzz2iZq4MyLa

dzhokharsvoice:

it’s been half a year

if that doesn’t make your brain hurt what the fuck does

#Innocent: 6 months.

fightingforthetsarnaevbrothers:

Its been 6 months, & i still havnt given up. I’m not going anywhere. I dont care if half of you are gone, or all of you, i will always keep supporting him, & trying to figure this whole thing out. If you have been here from the beginning till now, congratulations. This has been a painful…

#FreeJahar: Favorite tweets by Jahar

freejahartsarnaev:

~ "Studying" is just a combination of the words student and dying

~ Wouldn’t it be pretty cool if someone that you weren’t too fond of was just like, “yu know I must be a bother, let me just fuck off”

~ Not being able to find the remote to the tv is probably one of the most…

meenamaekay:

So true….