Dias-Kadyrbayev

anonymous asked:

Hello, I would like to write a letter to Dias and Robel, Do you know their addresses (in prison)? Many thanks in advance and keep up the good work :)

Name: Dias Kadyrbayev
Register Number: 95091-038
Located At: FCI Big Spring

And this is how to send Dias mail:

INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER
FCI BIG SPRING
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
1900 SIMLER AVE
BIG SPRING, TX 79720


Now for Robel:

Name: ROBEL KIDANE PHILLIPOS
Register Number: 95089-038
Located At: FCI Loretto

And this is how you send Robel mail:

INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER
FCI LORETTO
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 1000
LORETTO, PA 15940

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Shown above are several different evidence photos, not only taken from the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but the trial of Azamat Tazhayakov, Dias Kadyrbayev and Robel Phillipos

On the very top row are pictures of Tazhayakov and Kadyrbayev’s apartment that were taken for evidence. The very top left picture is the outside of their apartment. The middle photo is a picture of their dining room. On the far right is a picture of their living room.  Kadyrbayev was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in retrieving, and later disposing of, evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation, specifically Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s backpack, containing fireworks and other items, as well as his role in concealing Tsarnaev’s laptop computer from law enforcement. Azamat Tazhayakov was sentenced  to three and a half years in prison for obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges and Phillipos was given a three-year sentence for lying to the FBI about being in Tsarnaev’s dorm room days after the bombings. The judge said Phillipos was to blame for a “substantial diversion” of law enforcement resources.

Seen in the very middle is the landfill where investigators were searching for the evidence Kadyrbayev disposed of. 

On the very bottom are a few of the items that were disposed of. Including the backpack (far right) that contained fireworks and a thumb drive (far left) as well as a few other items. The center picture shows the garbage bag that the backpack was found in. 

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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.
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This undated picture above shows three of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s friends who were taken into custody after the Boston Marathon Bombing event on April 15, 2013. (from left to right, Robel Phillipos, Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev) Below it is a court sketch of Tazkayakov, Kadyrbayev and Phillipos in that order. (May 13, 2014) 

Dias Kadyrbayev was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in retrieving, and later disposing of, evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation, specifically Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s backpack, containing fireworks and other items, as well as his role in concealing Tsarnaev’s laptop computer from law enforcement. Kadyrbayev previously pleaded guilty to conspiring to obstruct justice and obstructing justice with the intent to impede the Boston Marathon bombing investigation. Kadyrbayev has agreed to be deported to Kazakhstan from the United States after serving his sentence.

Azamat Tazhayakov was sentenced  to three and a half years in prison for obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges. Tazhayakov was convicted after prosecutors said he and one other friend helped the marathon bombers by disposing of evidence. Tazahayakov was accused of removing a backpack and laptop from Tsarnaev’s UMass Dartmouth dorm room when asked to in the days following the attacks. He could have faced up to 25 years behind bars, but the prosecution asked that he only receive four. The prosecutors said that Tazhayakov was more cooperative with the investigation than Dias Kadyrbayev. Tazhayakov will also be deported back to Kazakhstan after his time. 

Robel Phillipos was handed a three-year sentence for lying to the FBI about being in Tsarnaev’s dorm room days after the bombings. The judge said Phillipos was to blame for a “substantial diversion” of law enforcement resources. “There’s a price to be paid for the failure of responsibility,” Judge Douglas Woodlock said. Prosecutors had asked for a sentence of a little more than five years in prison. Phillipos’ lawyers had asked for two years of home confinement. The sentence ultimately given to Phillipos was the most lenient penalty imposed on the three friends who were charged. Dukakis, a friend of Phillipos’ family and the 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, wrote a letter of support for him and even testified during his trial. In his letter to the judge, Dukakis wrote that he “can’t understand why justice would be served by incarcerating him.” Unlike his friends (Tazhayakov and Kadyrbayev) Phillipos is an American citizen and will remain in the United States after he has served his time.

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.

Ortiz’s office could argue that throwing the book at Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov has the purpose of communicating a simple warning: Don’t mess with evidence. This is a legitimate and important law enforcement objective. But Ortiz doesn’t have to lock Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov up for decades to get that message out. For crimes like those with which Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov are charged, a long prison term just isn’t necessary to accomplish the traditional sentencing goal of general deterrence.
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Hi all, just wanted to remind everyone that next week will be the pretrial hearings for Dias, Aza and Robel. If you are able to attend 1 day or every day that would be great so the guys can see the support they have since they are expected to attend. (However, not sure if they will attend every day.)

The hearings will cover a range of topics from change of venue, evidence/statement suppression, dismissal of charges etc. They will begin at 9 AM on 5/13, at 11 AM on 5/14 and again at 9 AM the remaining days and will be held in Courtroom 1.