Bombing Suspects Uncle

April 19, 2013 by  

Bombing Suspects Uncle, The uncle of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects said he was “ashamed” by his nephews’ alleged actions and said that they may have been provoked by “hatred” and “being losers.”

“Being losers. Hatred to those who were able to settle themselves. These are the only reasons I can imagine. Anything else, with religion, with Islam. It’s a fraud. It’s a fake,” the suspects’ uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, told reporters today.

Tsarni addressed press outside his home in Montgomery Village, Md., today as a massive manhunt is underway for his nephew, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, known as “Suspect 2,” who is on the run from police and believed to be heavily armed. Dzhokhar’s 26-year old brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, previously identified by authorities as “Suspect 1,” died in a shootout with police overnight.

Tsarni vehemently condemned the alleged actions of both men, calling it “an atrocity.” He said they have brought shame on all Chechens and urged his nephew still at large to surrender to authorities immediately.

“Turn yourself in and ask for forgiveness,” Tsarni beckoned to Dzhokhar in an emotional statement. “He put a shame on this family. He put a shame on the entire Chechnyan ethnicity.”

Tsarni, a Muslim and Chechen, said both men were ethnic Chechens, born in Kyrgyzstan, but had lived in the U.S. for several years. The last time he saw the brothers was December 2005, he told reporters, and at that time, neither had t*rror*sm training or displayed any ill will to the U.S.

“Somebody radicalized them, but it wasn’t my brother,” Tsarni said of his brother, the suspect’s father, who lives in Dagestan, a Russian republic. “It’s not my brother, who just moved back to Russia, who spent his life bringing bread to their table. Fixing cars. He didn’t have time or chance or anything. He’s been working, that’s it.”

“I never ever would imagine that somehow the children of my brother would be associated with that,” he continued.

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