The surviving suspect accused of the Boston Marathon bombings tweeted in the aftermath of the terrorist attack, joking about the fate of victims of the explosions.
Dzhokhar ‘Jahar’ Tsarnaev, 19, took to the social media website and engaged in banter with a friend making light of the deadly explosions that killed three and injured more than 260.
In one of his many tweets, the college sophomore wrote, ‘Lol those people are cooked’ likely in reference to a since deleted conversation about the events unfolding in Boston.
Dzhokhar and his brother Tamerlan, who is now deceased, have been accused of planting two bombs in the crowd of the race in Boston on April 15, that exploded at 2:49pm.
Less than three hours the attack, Dzhokhar took to Twitter to post a message on 5:05pm that Monday that echoed the sentiment felt most Bostonians, ‘Ain’t no love in the heart of the city, stay safe people.’