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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 3
    More: Interesting, Amir Ismagulov, Azamat Tazhayakov, Tazhayakov, Azamat, bombing suspects, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, obstructing justice, New Bedford  
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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 09:37:34 AM  
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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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