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(Boston Globe)   Amir Ismagulov, father of Boston Bombing suspect Azamat Tazhayakov, is trying to clear his son's name, use any vowels he can find   (bostonglobe.com) divider line 6
    More: Interesting, Amir Ismagulov, Azamat Tazhayakov, Tazhayakov, Azamat, bombing suspects, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, obstructing justice, New Bedford  
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2013-05-08 09:37:37 AM  
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Vowel joke fails when there is a perfectly acceptable vowel-to-consonant ratio.
2013-05-08 09:45:16 AM  
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mr0x: I thought the bombers were Timbaland and Joker.

Who is this Hazmat fellow?


Allegedly threw away some fireworks in the bombers house at their request
2013-05-08 09:44:50 AM  
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nekom: It's his father, this isn't surprising and I can't say I blame him.  But the evidence is OVERWHELMING here, I mean he threw bombs at the damned police, pretty clear they got the right man.  You know between this and the triple kidnapping, maybe it's not ALWAYS a good idea to tag along with whatever your brother may be doing.

I'm pretty anti-death penalty, I think life is just swell for him.  A kid who liked to smoke a little weed and party now faces the harsh reality of a lifetime in a concrete box.  Each day will be the same, nothing will distinguish one day from the next.  23 hours a day in a cell, alone, with no human contact whatsoever.  After a few years of that, I'd be begging for the needle!  I almost feel sorry for him, but then I remember that a child, two young women and a police officer are dead and scores are gravely wounded.  He deserves that, harsh as it may be.


This is the dad of one of the idiots that lied to the FBI and got rid of evidence, not the idiots that actually did the bombing.

I'm OK with this dude's son rotting in a concrete box for just a few years. He doesn't need a life sentence.
2013-05-08 09:44:42 AM  
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nekom: It's his father, this isn't surprising and I can't say I blame him.  But the evidence is OVERWHELMING here, I mean he threw bombs at the damned police, pretty clear they got the right man.  You know between this and the triple kidnapping, maybe it's not ALWAYS a good idea to tag along with whatever your brother may be doing.

I'm pretty anti-death penalty, I think life is just swell for him.  A kid who liked to smoke a little weed and party now faces the harsh reality of a lifetime in a concrete box.  Each day will be the same, nothing will distinguish one day from the next.  23 hours a day in a cell, alone, with no human contact whatsoever.  After a few years of that, I'd be begging for the needle!  I almost feel sorry for him, but then I remember that a child, two young women and a police officer are dead and scores are gravely wounded.  He deserves that, harsh as it may be.


I think you better read the article. It's not that father. Though its perfectly understandable to mix up Tazhayakov and Tsnarnaev. XD
2013-05-08 09:43:12 AM  
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nekom: he threw bombs at the damned police


There is literally zero evidence that Boston Bombing suspect Azamat Tazhayakov threw bombs at the police.
2013-05-08 09:26:08 AM  
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It's his father, this isn't surprising and I can't say I blame him.  But the evidence is OVERWHELMING here, I mean he threw bombs at the damned police, pretty clear they got the right man.  You know between this and the triple kidnapping, maybe it's not ALWAYS a good idea to tag along with whatever your brother may be doing.

I'm pretty anti-death penalty, I think life is just swell for him.  A kid who liked to smoke a little weed and party now faces the harsh reality of a lifetime in a concrete box.  Each day will be the same, nothing will distinguish one day from the next.  23 hours a day in a cell, alone, with no human contact whatsoever.  After a few years of that, I'd be begging for the needle!  I almost feel sorry for him, but then I remember that a child, two young women and a police officer are dead and scores are gravely wounded.  He deserves that, harsh as it may be.
 
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