Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Boston Bomber Tweets About Voice of Minorities on Day of Attack

He may have spoken out against the Westboro Baptist Church, mourning victims of tragedies

As police detain the missing suspect in the deadly Marathon explosions in Boston, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's social media accounts have emerged.

A Twitter account attributed to the bombing suspect can be found under handle @J_tsar. The last tweet, or rather retweet on this page is dated April 17, two days after the Boston incident.

The account features some controversial posts, including one about minorities not having a voice, listed the day of the Boston attack.

"There are people that know the truth but stay silent & there are people that speak the truth but we don't hear them cuz they're the minority," Tsarnaev allegedly wrote.

However, another tweet seems to fight the views of the Westboro Baptist Church. As we also reported, the group believes that the victims of murderous sprees have been punished by God. The tweet is addressed to user @MelloChamp.

"@MelloChamp and they what 'god hates dead people?' Or victims of tragedies? Lol those people are cooked," the post reads.

Some users interpret this particular entry, also dated April 15, as a "sick joke." This message has been written at 8:13 PM, before the post on minorities, which is dated 9:34 PM.

Other conversations listed before the day of the bombings centered around Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones, TV shows which the suspect watched regularly and debated with friends.

A man using the name Djohar Tsarnaev is also listed on Russian version of Facebook Vkontakte. He describes himself as a follower of Islam who speaks three languages.

He mentions knowing English, Russian and Noxc̈iyn Mott, the mother tongue in Chechnya. Under education, he has Cambridge Ringe & Latin School in Boston put down. As we told you, the high-school offered him a scholarship for higher education in 2011.

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