Dzhokhar tsarnaev

The jury deliberated for more than 14 hours.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been found guilty of all 30 counts related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, which left three people dead and 264 wounded.
No trial date has been set.
The Massachusetts State Police say the agency had not authorized the photos release.
Why would a struggling magazine do such a controversial thing?
Some were chanting “Justice for Dzhokhar’’ and “Give him his freedom back" as a white van bearing Tsarnaev pulled up outside the courthouse.
The indictment alleges that he left a note in the boat where he was captured saying, “I don’t like killing innocent people."
Sources say the note reads as part manifesto, part suicide note, and part justification for the killing of innocent people—but we're sure some lovestruck teenagers will still find this very romantic indeed.
Many of the defenders of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are teenage girls who think that Dzhokhar is just too cute to be guilty, because—SURPRISE—teenagers are dumb.
Also, "al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine and other radical Islamist material" were found on his widow's computer.
They also considered a suicide attack.
Though they alerted the FBI about Tamerlan multiple times, it seems that Russian intelligence never shared the specifics of the conversations until after the bombings, despite repeated requests for additional information.
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