tamerlan-tsarnaev

To be honest learning about Serial Killers, Mass Murderers and being part of the True Crime Community, Is probably the best thing that has ever happen to me.

“It was the worst bloodbath I have ever seen in a long law enforcement career. There was no forced entry, it was clear that the victims had let the killer in. And their throats were slashed right out of an al Qaeda training video. The drugs and money on the bodies was very strange” 

Above is an investigator’s account of the 2011 Waltham Triple Murder. On September 11, 2001, Brendan Mess, Erik Weissman, and Raphael Teken were found dead in Mess’s apartment in Waltham, Massachusetts. All 3 had their heads pulled back, and their throats slit ear to ear with either a knife or an ice pick. The wounds were so deep that they had almost decapitated them. Their bodies had been covered in seven pounds of marijuana and $5,000 in cash. Witnesses claimed that two men had been at the apartment around the time of the murders. It also seemed that the murderers and the victims had know each other, as there was no sign of forced entry. Later, when the Boston bombing occurred in 2013, the most prominent suspects in the murders became Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Ibragim Todashev. Tamerlan had described Mess as his best friend, and it was discovered that they would visit each other frequently. The two were also boxers, and would spend hours training together. After Mess was murdered, Tamerlan ceased to attend the martial arts center that the two would go to, and when he came back to it in 2013, he had gotten much ruder. 2011 was also the time when Tamerlan had become much more radical in his Islamic views, and investigators believe the murders were purposely carried out on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Phone records and forensic evidence also place the two at the scene the night of the murders. After Mess’s death, Tamerlan didn’t attend his funeral or memorial service. 

After Mess died it really shocked me how unemotional [Tamerlan] was. He just kind of laughed and said, ‘Can you believe it?’ It was like he didn’t care about this kid he grew up with. -John Allan, owner of the martial arts center Tamerlan attended

However, the two were never formally charged, and the case officially remains unsolved.

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Video exhibit shows Dzhokhar and Tamerlan #Tsarnaev in boxing gym 3 days before bombings:

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“As he struggles to hold up the over-sized shorts”

Over sized shorts.

Over SIZED SHORTS.

OVER SIZED SHORTS.

WHY IS THAT SO FUVNNY?

anonymous asked:

Where does the director get the idea that Katherine was driving the car when he went to the market? In court, it was implied that Tamerlan was driving and that Tamerlan insisted Jahar change the milk. How bizarre. Also, as if Jahar is in any position to communicate with anyone outside immediate family. Talk about fake news!

I know.  He says this crap so matter of fact when he’s never spoken to any of the people he’s commenting about.  For anyone who actually followed the case as much as he claimed to in order to get every little aspect right - I’m not sure how he slept through all of the motions & issues repeatedly brought up by the SAM’s (in place since August 2013)  His comment about communicating with Dzho & even getting a reply back indicating he’d be open to talk with Berg just blew his credibility to hell.  Having zero knowledge of all the restrictions Dzho is under til this very day kinda makes you wonder how many other things in the movie are just Peter Bergs ASSumptions, doesn’t it?

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Shown above is Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s writing and signature, the transcripts, as well as a picture of him. Tsarnaev along with his brother was accused of the April 15, Boston Marathon Bombing. 

The transcript shows he was a poor student during the entirety of his four semesters on campus. He received seven Fs over three semesters: Two Fs were given in the fall of 2011 for chemistry, two in the spring of 2012 for critical writing and reading and a math course, and three in the fall of 2012 for chemistry, American politics, and psychology.

Because of his poor grades, Tsarnaev lost his financial aid. In an attempt to regain that aid, Tsarnaev filled out a Satisfactory Academic Progress Report on January 24, 2013, explaining what had changed from the year before.

His answer referenced his inability to deal with stress and “terrorist accusations” that innocent men living in Chechnya faced. He wrote:

“This year I lost too many of my loved relatives. I was unable to cope with the stress and maintain school work. My relatives live in Chechnya, Russia. A Republic that is occupied by Russian soldiers that falsely accuse and abduct innocent men under false pretences and terrorist accusations. I am at a point where I can finally focus on my school work. I wish to do well so one day I can help out those in need in my country, especially my family members.”

Side note: I have already done a post similar to this but it did not show his signature and I could barely read the transcript I posted, due to the new information, I have made compiled it all together.

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Defense attorneys introduced this exhibit photo showing Dzhokhar’s Adidas sweatshirt after it was cut off his body at the hospital on Friday, April 19, 2013.

The jury has seen this sweatshirt frequently throughout the trial in surveillance photos and video. He wore it withdrawing cash from an ATM, buying junk food & Red Bull at the Shell station, and emerging bloody & injured from the drydocked boat in Watertown.

A State Police DNA analyst testified that the bloodstains on it belong to Dzhokhar.