Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Admits To Boston Marathon Bombings
According to the Boston Globe, suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has admitted to the FBI that he and his brother Tamerlan are responsible for the twin bombings at the Boston Marathon last week, however, he had not yet been read his Miranda rights when he admitted to the act of terrorism.
Tsarnaev not only admitted to the crimes to the FBI, he and his brother also reportedly admitted to them to their carjacking victim on Thursday night before Tamerlan was shot and killed.
We just killed a cop. We blew up the marathon. And now we’re going to New York. Don’t [expletive] with us. --Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
The bombers told the carjacking victim repeatedly that they were headed to New York. According to an official, the suspects told the victim that they needed money to get to their next target in New York, so they made him withdraw a total of $800 from his account at various ATM machines. Now, the FBI is trying to figure out of the bombers had any accomplices waiting for them in New York.