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Boston Bomber’s Mother Has A CHILLING Message For All Americans!

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Boston Bomber’s Mom Has A CHILLING Message For All Americans

On May 15, Dzhokhar Anzorovich “Jahar” Tsarnaev was sentenced to death by lethal injection for his involvement in the gruesome bombing that took place at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.

The horrific incident killed three and left approximately 264 others injured. However, his mother now insists the United States will suffer for her surviving son’s conviction.

According to the IJReview, the 21-year-old’s distraught mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaev, sent a series of messages to her son’s supporters using the mobile application WhatsApp.

In one of the chilling messages, reportedly sent to a woman named Zarina Kasenova, Tsarnaev condemned the country for “celebrating” her son’s conviction. Although he admitted to his actions, his mother still believes he’s innocent, which is why she feels the country will “burn,” reports Vocativ.

“They think that they are killing us and they celebrate this, but we are the ones who will rejoice when Allah grants us the chance to behold them in the flames of an eternal and terrifying fire, an otherworldly flame,” Tsarnaev reportedly wrote. 

Kasenova reportedly stated that she was one of many friends and loved ones who received the series of messages. However, the latest messages aren’t her only statements released condemning the United States.

On April 15, when her son was found guilty on all 30 counts in relation to the horrific attack, she reportedly took to Twitter to rant about the verdict.

“America is the real terrorist and everyone knows that.” More

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