A shocking photo reveals just how close Dzhokar Tsarnaev and the bomb were to Martin and his family at the Boston Marathon on April 15. In this pic you can see Martin, his dad, mom, and little sister right before the deadly explosion.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was just standing three feet away from Martin Richard and his family on April 15, and it was all captured in this chilling photograph. The photo shows Martin, 8, right before his death, standing next to his mom Denise, 43, little sister Jane, 6, dad Bill, 42, and the bomb.
Boston Marathon Bombing Photo — Three Feet Away From Martin & Family
The photo shows Dzhokar, walking away from the crowd after dropping the backpack with the bomb on the sidewalk. We told you that the bombs used in the Boston Marathon terrorist attack were made out of pressure cookers.
This photo shows the scene in Boston right before the deadly explosion and it shows you just how close Dzhokar was to the victims. Martin died, his mother suffered brain injuries, his sister lost a leg.
Dzhokar In The Hospital & Can’t Speak
Dzhokar shot himself in the neck, in an attempt to kill himself. But instead, he lived and has now seriously injured himself. He’s being questioned by police but can only respond by writing things down. Dzhokar’s brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, died during a shootout with police on April 19.
Dzhokar was reportedly charged on April 22, with conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction against persons and property in the U.S. resulting in death, as well as one count of malicious destruction of property by means of an explosive device resulting in death.
The charges call for the death penalty, but the Obama administration has not decided whether to seek it or not. We told you that Dzhokhar was awake and capable of answering questions by writing them down, so he was also able to technically make his initial court appearance, because the magistrate judge visited him in the hospital.
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