Feds: Boston Bomber’s Hideout Note Says He Wanted To Be Martyr
Dzokhar Tsarnaev, charged with the terror attack on the Boston Marathon last year, wrote in a note as he hid from police in a boat that he was jealous of his dead brother for going to the “garden of paradise.” Prosecutors revealed excerpts of the note and other details of the attack in documents filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Boston. Tsarnaev, writing in pencil, asked Allah to make him a martyr. “God has a plan for each person,” he wrote. “Mine was to hide in this boat and shed some light on our actions.” 20 year old Tsarnaev faces the death penalty if convicted of plotting and executing the April 15, 2013 bomb attack that killed a child and two women and gravely injured more than 260 people.
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