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Multiple news sites continue to report that Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev used the @J_tsar handle on Twitter.

tat my name on you girl so i know it’s real oh and make sure to spell it right, its spelled Dzhokhar

— Jahar (@J_tsar) May 6, 2012


The Weekly Standard notes that his Twitter avatar used to be a photo that closely resembles Tsarnaev.


His bio, which now reads “Salam aleikum,” was previously “lazy but i get shit done.” The Weekly Standard has more on an earlier bio that mentioned his Chechen ties.

As Twitchy reported earlier, he declared himself “a stress free kind of guy” after the bombings of the Boston Marathon route and sent several other tweets after the attack. His earlier tweets included one that embraced 9/11 trutherism, one that joked about celebrating the anniversary of Sept. 11 and another that said “saving lives brings me joy.”

Idk why it’s hard for many of you to accept that 9/11 was an inside job, I mean I guess fuck the facts y’all are some real #patriots #gethip

— Jahar (@J_tsar) September 2, 2012

“September 10th baby, you know what tomorrow is. Party at my house!” #thingsyoudontyellwhenenteringaroom

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 14, 2013

i didn’t become a lifeguard to just chill and get paid, i do it for the people, saving lives brings me joy #lifeguardoftheyear

— Jahar (@J_tsar) May 29, 2012

Below is a full PDF archive of his 1,099 tweets. To search, click the “full screen” icon in the lower right-hand corner of the Scribd document and use your browser’s search function. You can also click here to search the file on Scribd.

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