Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Articles


The Unknown in the Boston Bombings

3:34 PM, Mar 27, 2014

On Wednesday, the House Homeland Security Committee released a report summarizing its investigation into the April 15, 2013, terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon. Among the report’s key findings: Nearly one year after twin backpack bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others, U.S. officials are still unsure about the extent of the terrorists’ foreign ties.  

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'Uncle Sam' Picking Up Bill for Boston Bomber's 'Prominent Death Penalty Lawyer'

6:27 AM, Apr 30, 2013

Judy Clarke, a "prominent death penalty lawyer," in the words of the Associated Press, will represent the alleged Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

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Boston Survivor: 'He's Dead and I'm Still Here'

9:26 AM, Apr 26, 2013

Jeff Bauman, a survivor from the Boston Marathon terrorist attack, tells a Boston radio show his killer is dead--and he's still alive. "He's dead and I'm still here," said Bauman, who helped identify the suspects to authorities from his hospital bed.

The survivor describes how he couldn't speak, but was able to write down tips that led to the suspects. When he woke up from surgery, the FBI and police were in his room anxious to speak with him. Based on his description, the authorities were able to sketch an image of the suspected bomber.

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Feds Further Investigating Role of Bomber's Wife

Katherine Russell Tsarnaeva notified husband that the FBI had released his picture.
12:11 PM, Apr 25, 2013

Law enforcement officials are carefully reexamining any possible role that Katherine Russell Tsarnaeva, the wife of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, played in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, according to three federal officials with knowledge of the investigation. The intense scrutiny comes as a result of information provided by Dzokhar Tsarnaev in his on-again, off-again interrogation by FBI officials before he was read his rights by a federal magistrate.

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Bombing Suspect 'Stopped Talking' After Being Read Miranda

5:53 AM, Apr 25, 2013

After being read Miranda rights, the Boston bombing suspect in custody, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has stopped talking to authorities, officials tell the Associated Press.

"The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings acknowledged to the FBI his role in the attacks but did so before he was advised of his constitutional right to keep quiet and seek a lawyer, U.S. officials said Wednesday," reports the Associated Press.

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The Boston Horrors and Wahhabism in Chechnya

4:50 PM, Apr 24, 2013

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, killed during the Boston rampage last week, and his surviving brother Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, who is charged by federal authorities in the series of abominable crimes, are doubtless the first Chechens many Americans will ever have heard of. And the news coverage of the last week will have been their first introduction to Chechnya and the Muslims of the Caucasus.

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Homegrown, Foreign, or Both?

9:09 AM, Apr 23, 2013

CNN’s headline this morning reads, “Boston suspect: It was just us.” The headline links to an article that begins by explaining that the “surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has told investigators that his older brother, not any intern

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United States of America v. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

12:59 PM, Apr 22, 2013

Here's the criminal complaint filed against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by the United States of America:

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: 'Probably the Only Chechen Dude You Know'

Changed Twitter account to read, "Salam aleikum."
3:44 PM, Apr 19, 2013

A website that places a "value" on Twitter accounts has increased the estimated value of suspected Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's from $37 to more than $37,000 as of late Friday afternoon due to the tens of thousands of new curious followers.

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