They got him, "alive, conscious and caputured".
And Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wasn't a Tea Party activist, NRA member, Alex Jones fan, registered Republican, Christian fundamentalist, neo-nazi or a right-wing militia member. He was what most balanced and sane people expected from the start, an Islamic fundamentalist (Jihadist).
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev were murderers, they killed a young child and maimed dozens of innocent bystanders, so why on earth would I gloat at the fact these terrorists turned out to be Muslims and not right-wing White men?
I'm just glad they were dealt with and no longer present a danger to the people of Boston and Watertown. I can't help believe though that the likes of MSNBC and CNN would right now be revelling in the news that the bombers were right-wing White Americans if that was the case. They would have hours of opinion segments on air talking about the 'right-wing' threat, Michael Moore would never shut up about "evil White men" and they would stereotype all NRA members as potential terrorists and would of course, somehow find a way to blame the constitution too. But because the bombers were two Muslim brothers from Chechnya, they didn't get to do all that and all that speculation proved to be nothing but lies and propaganda.
It looks like reality gave the liberals one huge dose of humble pie, but will they eat it?
Boston bombers online bio:
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev also happens to be on Twitter.
When looking through his tweets you can see what type of guy he is, he enjoys party culture, rap music, RnB, girls and cars. He seems like your average brainwashed American teenager who watches too much MTV at this point but then in the midst of all that you can see the creeping radicalisation, including tweets about Palestine, 9/11 and how everyone is 'brainwashed' to be against Islam.
He also made an extremely ironic tweet saying he doesn't argue with people who imply Islam is terrorism.
And it should also be noted that he made pro-Obama tweets around election time last year.
Well, my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Boston and Watertown who have had quite a rough week and I'm sure they'll be traumatised by this for quite a well.
But I'm sure your city will endure, just as you did in 1775.