Tsarnaev Sentenced to Death: The Boston Bombing and the Tsarnaev Trial — Lies, Anomalies and Inconsistencies

Today, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to death on some counts, including “the use of a weapon of mass destruction (pressure cooker bomb #2) resulting in death” and “destruction of property by means of an explosive (pressure cooker bomb #2), resulting in death,” The Guardian reports.

Global Research invites you to take a moment to look at some of the best articles published on the Boston Marathon Bombing and the Tsarnaev brothers, all of which reveal lies, anomalies and inconsistencies in the official story.

Probably the most disturbing aspect of Tsarnaev’s trial is that, although he pleaded not guilty, his attorney conceded that he in fact was.

Joachim Hagopian explains:

Despite Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleading not guilty to the 30 counts (17 carrying the death penalty) he was charged within a week after the April 15th bombings last year, his lead defense attorney Judy Clark several days ago conceded to the jury that her client was guilty in her closing argument. Apparently blaming the dead brother whose due process was denied became Dzhokhar’s only defense strategy. The defense team insisted that he was coerced and bullied by his older brother into committing alleged acts of terrorism. Considering no real solid proof other than photos placing Dzhokhar and older brother Tamerlan both wearing backpacks at the scene of the crime where the two bombs exploded was even presented at the trial, no justice for either the Tsarnaevs nor the many victims can possibly come from this guilty verdict.

If the purpose of the US judicial system in criminal trials is to ensure that all factual evidence surrounding an alleged crime or crimes be accurately and fairly presented so that the jurors can properly assess the best semblance of the truth as presented by both prosecution and defense in order for the jury to adjudicate and decide a defendant’s true guilt or innocence, this trial was a complete travesty of justice. (Joachim Hagopian, Boston Marathon Bombings’ Guilty Verdict Exposed as a Gross Travesty of Justice, Global Research, April 12, 2014)

As stated in an article published by WhoWhatWhy in December 2014, we also learned during the trial that his late brother Tamerlan had been accused of a triple murder without any evidence to support the accusations. It was also suggested that Dzhokhar may have been involved.

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