April 24, 2014 patsysvodka



The photo, photo by Aedeen Twomey, is credited with helping to eventually identify Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He had just set down his bag, which exploded minutes later.

This is not in front of the Forum restaurant.   This is where he was when this pic was taken.


Hmmm. you don't support him and yet you whined like a little bitch about his rights being violated in that Nat Geo documentary AND you were against him getting the death penalty? Terrorists who kill innocent Americans don't get rights. Dumbass cunt. His ass needs to be fried and so does yours.


None of that has literally anything to do with him, though. Have you actually read anything I’ve written on these topics? I don’t support Dzhokhar getting the death penalty because I don’t support the death penalty. The Nat Geo thing is a matter of objective justice, which is integral to democracy, and as a democratic activist I kind of feel very strongly about breaches in objective justice. So you’re basically telling me that my speaking up about what I believe in is “whining like a little bitch” and that “my ass needs to be fried” because of it. Attitudes like yours are the reason people like Dzhokhar Tsarnaev become terrorists, I hope you know that.

Wow! This is the reason why our society is fucked up, because it is filled with people like this.

April 23, 2014

Call me sick, call me crazy, but I feel very sorry for Dzhokhar having to sit through the trial and watch these videos of the Watertown shootout. Having to hear his brother, and knowing what went down that night. I just pray he will keep his chin up. 

Of course the bombings were terribly wrong and absolutely horrible, but I still feel heart for theTsarnaev’s. This whole ordeal is just so sad. 

April 23, 2014 takemeelsewherex


I’ve seen this video so many times and I just noticed one of them yelling "hey officer" at 1:08 after yelling “chill out” and “we didn’t do it” from about 0:24- 0:45. That ‘hey officer’ made my stomach turn

I keep thinking Tamerlan is yelling “keep it up” to the cops, but then he say s “we didn’t do it.”


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Who Is the Boston Bombing Widow?


The wife of the dead Boston Marathon bombing suspect has never been implicated in the attack, but her proximity to it has put her in a prison without bars.

Katherine Russell, who married Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2010, rarely ventures outside of her Rhode Island home anymore, according to neighbors —…

April 18, 2014 bal-o-dhia-ort


The supposed words of Dzokhar Tsarnaev, scrawled against the walls of the Slip Away II as he hid from law enforcement in Watertown and the moments leading to his apprehension.

From what I can read and glean from ABC’s article:

I bear witness that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is his messenger. [bullet hole, unintelligible, possibly “our”] actions came with a [bullet hole, possibly “message”]. The U.S. government is killing our innocent civilians but most of you already know that. I can’t stand to see such evil go unpunished, we Muslims are one body, you hurt one you hurt us all. Well, at least that’s what Muhammad (pbuh) wanted it to be … T]he ummah [i.e. the Muslim people] is beginning to rise]… [something here about Mujahideen] . Know you are fighting men who look into the barrel of your gun and see heaven, now how can you compete with that. We are promised victory and we will surely get it.

Just wondering about Dzho

April 18, 2014

I’m just sitting here killing time and keep wondering if the defense team will allow Dzhokhar to view the photos of himself being captured? I’m sure he will definitely see them during trial, but I can’t help but to wonder if those photos would trigger any emotions with him, especially PTSD? Maybe he’s already seen them?Sorry for just rambling.

What do you think about the note ? I don't know what to believe anymore


Are you asking if I believe that this is the boat note? Or if I believe that he wrote it? If so the answer is yes to both questions.

The defense long ago said that he wrote “the alleged” note while he thought he would not survive. So that’s an admission that indeed he wrote it—it wasn’t planted by the government as some have suggested.

I’ve already explained my thoughts on the note in other blog posts today, so I won’t rehash that here.

I do believe he wrote the note. I agree with the belief that he thought he was dying and the note was justification for him. I am sure his emotions were just beyond repair during that moment.