― Tim Burton
Anonymous said: I don't think jahar considered anyone a "best friend",I think he was so isolated mentally that it was kind of dumb when Stephen silva said he smokes weed because his best friend is the bomber. Jahar never tweeted about Stephen or anything
Maybe Stephen saw their relationship differently.
And I have a feeling that Stephen was smoking weed every day (or close enough) before the BMB. As did many of Jahar’s friends. As did Jahar himself (before he stopped in early 2013, and I’m not sure that it stuck).
Anonymous said: The feds and pros must be on a high after Aza's conviction, so now they're hot to capture someone new in this case and stir up a little more hatred against DT, if that's possible. They had to say he was a close friend of his. Basically they have nothing on this guy associating him to the bombing or anything else, but since he was a close friend of DT's they'll invent something. They won't be happy until every person who ever had contact with the brothers are in jail. Who's next, the landlady.
At this rate I don’t think anyone is safe…I mean if they’re following a guy around for a year with a drone just to arrest him for deleting his browser history and taking Jahar and Tamerlan out to dinner is weak as hell. I mean does that earn someone a place in solitary confinement because that’s where he is. It’s all just mind games and it’s sick that this kind of crap can be allowed to go on unchecked. Talk about an abuse of power
Or Jahar was just hanging out with all the wrong kind of people. His childhood friends have not been in any sort of trouble as far as I know, like Junes and that other kid, but it’s the ones he met when he was older and troubled that are getting caught. One bad guy goes down, and the rest are soon to follow.
Anonymous said: So Stephen silva knew the tsarnaevs??? Did he give them the gun on the night Collier was killed,or did he give it to them previously before the bombings and everything?
Stephen knew Jahar at least, and so did his twin brother Steven (whose idea was it to name twins Stephen and Steven???). We have yet to learn when he gave the gun to the Tsarnaev brothers, but if that was the gun used to kill Sean Collier, Stephen is in deep shit.
How many more are in this tangled web?
In the movie, Benny & Joon, Joon gets 2 goldfish and names them Stephen and Steven. The movie was released in 1993. So if these twins are 21 (graduated from High School the same year as Jahar who was born in 1993), it makes sense. lol.
Anonymous said: I can imagine tamerlan being so stupid and getting angry over really dumb shit,I feel like if I were jahar I would just laugh at him all the time because he was so stupid. Tamerlan was all muscle no brain
Question for those on the tag:
Do you think Tamerlan was stupid? Why or why not?
Here’s what I had to say about the subject.
I think Tamerlan was intelligent, but didn’t know how to apply it. I feel that some people are very smart, they go crazy.
Anonymous said: What does it say about the brothers dynamic that at the Watertown shoutout Tamerlan had the only gun and was using it while jahar had to throw explosives? I think the gun is more efficient than throwing,and lighting explosives. That takes more time than simple shooting a gun
The guy with the gun is usually the one running things and in charge. I’m still unclear who hurled the pressure cooker bomb though. I know Andrew Kitzenberg witnessed one of them throwing it, but I’m unsure if he was able to distinguish between the two of them.
I think I remember a cop saying it was the older brother who threw the pressure cooker and the younger one was throwing the smaller explosives, but that was awhile ago so I could be wrong.
Anonymous said: A lot of Jahar's friends were foreign,right? Jahar's from chechnya so is his family. Just making a generalized statement, but a lot of countries around the world aren't as sympathetic to people with mental disorders or depression as the USA is. A lot of cultures think mental illness is something weak people have. Or it's something to be ashamed of, like "oh it's just part of your personality get over it" Jahar's family most likely had that perspective. Especially the story about Zu saying (cont)
that Tamerlan didn’t need mental health help when a girl told her maybe he should get help. If Jahar told his family he’d get no support or sympathy from them. Probably a major reason if he had depression, he didn’t get help.That is a great point about how other cultures view mental illness, especially tradition-bound, authoritarian, strongly religious cultures. No wonder Zubiedat thought that Allah would do more good for Tamerlan than a psychiartrist.This is multiculturalism’s dark side: “respecting” beliefs and practices which cause real harm to people.
Zybeidat only believed in mental illness when it was convenient for her, like shoplifting. I remember reading that she was shoplifting because she was depressed.
Anonymous said: People are not even paying attention to the gym video but several posts are about Jahar's legs and his walk and I don't know how that is important to the case like their making fun of him
Well, I think his legs are part of the investigation. I mean, they took him to the marathon so they’re practically co-conspirators and should be under heavy suspicion and discussion in terms of their relationship with Jahar and the case.
For those who think the guy at the marathon was an actor or someone else entirely, in the video and pictures released by the FBI of the 2 suspects, we can see that “Suspect #2” (Jahar) is bow legged. Also in the picture of him at the atm.