Update on Aza & Dias

Action against Kazakh suspects in Boston Marathon bombings case delayed

22:05 July 10, 2013 Interfax

Legal action in the United States against two students from Kazakhstan who are charged with obstruction of justice in the Boston Marathon bombings case faces delays, according to one of the suspect’s lawyer.

Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov, both aged 19, are accused of trying to destroy evidence potentially implicating Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the two men accused of perpetrating the April 15 bombings, which killed three people and left more than 180 injured.

The FBI claims that the two students threw away a rucksack belonging to Tsarnaev with fireworks and a laptop inside. Police found the rucksack and its contents inside a dumpster.

Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov, who pleaded guilty, may face prison terms of up to five years and fines up to $250,000.

“There was to be a deadline [in July] when we were due to appear before a judge and he was to compile a schedule detailing would hold the hearings, write petitions and so on and when this would all be done,” Arkady Bukh, Tazhayakov’s lawyer, told Interfax by phone.

But “even this deadline is being moved to August,” he said. “It isn’t one of the days of the hearing, it’s the day of making a formal appearance [in court],” he said.

Bukh said that currently the prosecution and defense were in talks discussing the case. “After lengthy negotiations with the prosecution, the defense doesn’t believe that any case has been put together against our client that makes sense,” he said.

The other alleged Boston Marathon bomber, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Dzhokhar’s brother, was killed by police attempting to arrest him.


This is very sad photo of arresting Dias Kadyrbayev, Dzhokhar’s friend. He is accused of removing items from Tsarnaev’s dorm room after the bombings. Ofcourse, Dias Kadyrbayev, Azamat Tazhayakov and Robel Phillipos are innocent, just like Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his dead brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, rest in peace.


Dias Kadyrbayev’s attorney Robert Stahl. Dias is grateful for the support he has been getting.

Contact Infomation.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Inmate Reg #95079-038
FMC Devens
P.O. Box 879
Ayer, MA 01432

Dias Kadyrbayev:

Essex County Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 807
Dias Kadyrbayev
Unit 120A, Cell Number 110
Middleton, MA 01949-2807

Azamat Tazhayakov:

Essex County Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 807
Azamat Tazhayakov
Unit 120A, Cell Number 115
Middleton, MA 01949-2807

Someone updated Aza’s VK on his behalf.

Our heartfelt thanks to all those who have supported me and my family in these difficult times. To all my relatives, friends and those who just want to help us, those who have human feelings. I would also like to express my appreciation to Smagulova Gulnur. It’s very comforting to know that the world is not without good people!
Once again, thank you all!

Dias’s page was also updated a couple days ago with the complete lyrics to David Guetta and Usher’s song Without You.


Images released during Tazhayakov trial

  1. Among the images released during the trail was this one of a backpack, alleged to have been taken from Dzokhar Tsarnaev’s dorm room and thrown in the garbage. The FBI says it later recovered it from a landfill. Azmat Tazhayakov is accused of helping ditch a laptop and the backpack believed to belong to schoolmate Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
  2. The backpack was filled with fireworks and other items.
  3. A UMass-Dartmouth academic planner was also among the contents of the backpack.
  4. What appears to be a homework assignment was found in the backpack.
  5. A thumb drive found in the backpack.
  6. The FBI says Vasoline, like this container found in the backpack, is an item that could be used by bomb makers.
  7. Authorities say the backpack was placed in this plastic bag and thrown into a dumpster.
  8. The backpack was recovered from the Crapo Hill Solid Waste Facility.
  9. The FBI combed through the facility to find the backpack.
Sweet hypocrisy

So because Colliers step father says so, we should sentence Dias to 7 years in prison but when the Richards family appealed to the DOJ, the prosecution etc that Jahar not receive the death penalty the reply was, the victims families don’t decide sentencing. Gee, what could possibly account for this double standard?  And seeing that this sentence will be for a crime that has nothing to do with the Collier shooting…why is Colliers step father submitting a victim impact statement to the judge in the first place?  Dias pled guilty to throwing out Jahar’s backpack & laptop (and a few other random papers).  He was never accused of having been involved in or knowing anything about the shooting so…wtf?