Dzhokhar Tsarnaev U.S. Will Pay: Boston Bomber’s Mother Defends Dzhokhar, Slams U.S. In Letter

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s mother said that the U.S. “will pay” after a jury found her son guilty on 30 separate counts in court last week. According to NewsOXY, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva spoke out about her sons (Dzhokhar and his older deceased brother, Tamerlan) and said that America is the “real terrorist.” The epic rant was posted by Vocativ, and has now gone viral. Not only did Tsarnaeva slam the U.S., but she defended her sons, both of whom she believes are innocent.

“They will pay for my sons and the sons of Islam, permanently!!! The tears of their mothers will be fuel for them in hell, and also their blood, I am doubtless and eternally glad that I know this from the words of the creator, not just anyone’s words!!!!!!”

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s mom claimed that the U.S. will pay for punishing her sons for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and that her son is “the best of the best.” According to the New York Daily News, Dzhokhar’s mother has been completely supportive of him and doesn’t believe that he should be held responsible for the bombs that he and his brother made and set off on that fateful day in the city. Three people died in the bombings (an officer died later in the week as a result of the Tsarnaev brothers) and over 200 people were injured.

Even still, Zubeidat says that her sons are nothing but “precious.”

“I love my sons immeasurably!!!!!! Precious, glorious and rare in character and essence… The best sons of their mother, and also the best sons of their religion!!!!!!”

This woman has been very outspoken since her son was arrested, and many feel that the U.S. should be keeping a close eye on her. That is, of course, if they aren’t already. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Tsarnaeva has been on the CIA’s watch list since 2011.

Zubeidat Tsarnaeva lives in Dagestan. She used to live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but she left in 2012 after she was arrested for shoplifting.

Meanwhile, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is awaiting his sentencing. Seventeen of the 30 counts that he was convicted of are punishable by the death penalty. The DA has said that they will wait until after the 2015 Boston Marathon to sentence the 21-year-old.

Many expect that Dzhokhar’s mother will have more to say once her son is sentenced. For now, however, it does seem like she had a lot to get off of her chest.

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