So, three friends of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, have been arrested, and charged with things like obstructing justice, concealing and destroying evidence, and lying to investigators. I guess these three are college friends, or former college friends. Maybe dope-smoking buddies, because they sure as hell aren't the brightest bulbs in the pack.
I mean, I know they are pretty much still kids, but for God's sake, their pal murdered and mutilated other human beings. He's also a baby-killer. How much loyalty did they think they owed him? What, did he supply the pot at their parties? Was that it? They sure seemed to adore him.
Of course, the right-wing nuts think they're all terrorists, but I think they're just stupid little punks who let themselves get sucked down into the slime by their pal. It just makes me sick to my stomach that they felt it was okay that their friend murdered a small child. And yes, they DID feel it was okay. It was okay in their book that their friend murdered children. As long as the party went on, it was a-okay.
Even if you don't march yourself right down to the police station immediately, would you actually hide evidence? Not at least call your parents and blab? What would YOU do? I know I wouldn't creep off to the apartment of a killer and throw away the evidence, that much I am sure of. That is what is going to screw these kids. Not that they didn't run off to the cops right away, but that they went out of their way to hide and try to destroy evidence, and then they lied to cover up. I mean, they all acted like little psychos. They knew that their pal had murdered a child and yet they continued to hide the crime. I'm just flabbergasted that they tried to cover up and destroy evidence.
Have you ever tried to put yourself in the place of a relative of a killer? Now a relative is a different story, I know. Say you're a mother, and you suspect your son is a serial killer. Do you turn him in to the police so he can be raped in prison for the next 40 years, or do you move him out to a solitary life in the country where you hope he can't harm anyone else? You carried this child in your body for nine months. This isn't the same as the college buddy who supplied the pot or beer for the parties, is it? And no, I'm not saying it's okay for a mother to hide a murderer. Of course, she should turn in her child to the police. I'm just saying, I can better understand a mother who tries to hide her murderer son than a damned college student who tries to protect his buddy.
by: Still Sarah
November 23, 2014 (4 years ago)
Do you think maybe there is a chance that the three dumbasses are more than just loyal pot-smoking friends; like maybe they are gosh, muslim extremists!!!? I know the President avows no such thing exists but just maybe there are more than a few religious psychopaths in-country, especially in Boston. The two planes that crashed into the WTC on 9/11 originated at Logan airport, Boston, out of more than coincidence.
March 26, 2015 (4 years ago)
I'm languishing in the middle here...I don't know whether they are true terrorists, or incredibly stupid and selfish assholes. Excuse my language. I've seen this age group back up their buddies in all kinds of situations, including DUIs that resulted in deaths, so sorry, but hiding fireworks and backpacks because your bro claimed to be a terrorist isn't that far-fetched to me. These guys are going to do a stretch, that is for sure.
by: Miss B.
January 13, 2016 (3 years ago)
They are just EVIL. That's all. I can buy them hiding a friend who stole a car, or a wad of cash, or something like that. But this was something far, far worse. This was murder, and included the murder of a young child. So no, not ignorance, not pot, not loyalty, not hormones, just pure evil.
February 12, 2016 (3 years ago)
frankly i think they were repulsively stupid, like dog-stupid. some people are just like this. of course these are the types of people that the fbi needs to follow for the rest of their lives, but i don't think they will be this dumb ever again. i think they have learned their lesson.
February 16, 2016 (3 years ago)