Editors Note: This is an analyses of several submissions from the pride. In addition, we do understand that Tamerlan Tsarnaev's status as an American citizen during the time of his death is at question. If this is the case, his rights as an American citizen do not apply, which are the rights this movement fights to preserve for every American. However, even if that is the case, we are still concerned with his basic human rights with regard to events that led to his death.
“Jahar! Jahar! Jahar!”

These are assumed to be the words coming from the suspect in custody at the end of this video. Taken by a Watertown resident in the early hours of April 19th 2013, the video shows several police officers searching a man lying on the ground. The man, who has surrendered, makes several inconspicuous statements in a thick accent. The officers surrounding him reply, bluntly and repeatedly, with “no”.

According to officials, Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed in an exchange of bullets. So the question remains--who was the man in this video? A transcript of the police scanner as these events unfolded states the following:

  • “Detective McNeill was sayin' we did have two in custody, but state police are also saying that they might have a suspect.”

  • “The person we have here at Mt. Auburn is not considered a suspect yet, we're still searchin' on that.”

  • “Don't go on second in custody yet, this is still an investigation.”

And shortly afterward:

  • “We have a second suspect in custody, we need an I.D. that it's him, okay we're not sure it's him yet.”
The transcript also shows that officers called in a stolen Dodge vehicle earlier on, which they assumed had been taken by the suspects. This vehicle was later located on Walnut St. The following is an attempt at mapping out the exact locations of the events in Watertown, with A being where the stolen car was located, B being the home on Boylston St. where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was eventually captured, and C the arrest of the ‘second suspect’:
This triggers an alarming amount of new questions. Questions that should have been asked at the time these occurrences took place. Questions that we still have not received adequate answers to. 

Perhaps the most pressing of them all is the question of how Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s death came to pass. The collective statement by news media on the day of these events was that police had one of the two suspects in custody, but he was killed during police pursuit later on—and run over by his brother, Dzhokhar.

If we take a look at the map, we can see that the stolen vehicle was found two blocks down from the backyard in which Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found. The arrest of the apparent second suspect took place on 547 Mt. Auburn, much farther down from both Dzhokhar and the stolen Dodge. It remains unclear as to how Tamerlan would have been run over by his brother.

According to the eyewitness in this interview, the vehicle that ran over Tamerlan was a police SUV. Shots were fired at him after, not before, he was struck by the car. This woman also explicitly states that she did not hear any explosions go off (in response to the media statement that the suspects were detonating explosives and throwing grenades). 

The timeline surrounding Tamerlan’s death and the arrest of alleged suspect remains murky, and every day we are given inadequate answers that lead to more and more questions. 

But we must remember this;  we cannot jump to conclusions. We should not make accusations. We can, however, ask questions, and must continue to do so.
Crystal
5/12/2013 02:57:53 am

I have a couple of raw witness videos regarding this arrest. Have you received them yet?

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Shelley
5/12/2013 03:57:10 am

Perhaps you should send it to Anonymous as well: http://www.bostonbombinginquiry.com/

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Moldir
5/12/2013 11:18:17 pm

Hello! If you have videos of Tamerlan Tsarnaev arrest, please send it to Youtube!People must know the truth!

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Shelley
5/12/2013 04:09:20 am

Another excellent article. On the evening that Dzhokhar was captured, CNN played the audio of the police scanner. I could hear massive gunfire, and the Officer's voice shouted "gunfire! gunfire! gunfire!" Then he shouted "explosion! explosion! explosion!" a few separate times, but there was Never the sound of an explosion, and I pointed this out to the person watching the TV with me. We were both amazed.
You wisely state that we should not try to fill in the holes of their stories ourselves, but we should ask questions. I just wish they would answer some of these questions. Not doing so causes me to question what we are being told more and more.

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5/12/2013 04:58:32 am

Exactly! Most of it is just meaningless gibberish, with no solid independent evidence or proof. It's basically just Authorities reported... the FBI said... The police revealed. The fact that the story is constantly changing and when these officials are asked about it, they just ignore the question without any response. If they did actually have all the solid evidence that they "report" they have, I'm certain they would have proudly released it to the public and answered all of the questions without hesitation. However this is not the situation and they are doing the complete opposite.

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Simone
5/12/2013 11:40:47 am

"The man, who has surrendered, makes several inconspicuous statements in a thick accent." It sounds to me that the man at one point says something in Russian which was reported by someone is something about it being a "set-up". I also hear him saying "Hey" followed by something in Russian. Further on it sound like he is saying "I'm exercising my rights" and later "write me my rights" and the officer says "No". The man then later aks for his phone. To me, the very last scream sounds like "Tamerlan". This is just what I've picked up...

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Moldir
5/12/2013 11:21:00 pm

At the end of the video he was screaming "Johar, Johar!", as he wanted his brother to run

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Carrie Mathison
5/12/2013 02:56:44 pm

Jahar was in the boat on Franklin Street, right near where the Mercedes was left. Go to bing.com and type in 62 Franklin Street, look in bird's eye view, boat and house is across the street from the blue dot. Great work you're all doing, by the way. Innocent until proven guilty.

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Señor Neruda
5/12/2013 03:02:52 pm

They are talking about having a second suspect which implies they already have a first suspect.

Tamerlan was the first suspect in custody.

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Anonymous
5/12/2013 04:38:14 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_677779&feature=iv&src_vid=A1XoKdv3yAw&v=pkkq6dMDD40
Just checking, based on this video. One suspect is on one side of the road and the other is on the other side of the road. I'm basing this on the dustbins that you see at 1;03 and then at 1;34 . I also think that the man across, the road (the one at the beginning of the video) is the one is yelling at the one who is on the floor at 1;34. The yelling part is not in this video though.

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KD
5/13/2013 05:09:28 pm

GOD BLESS PEOPLE WHO POST VIDEOS, PICTURES AND BLOGS ABOUT THE FRAMING OF THE BROTHERS. THANK YOU TO ALL PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE THE BROTHERS WERE SET UP AND SUPPORT THEM AND TRY TO DIG UP THE TRUTH. SUCH PEOPLE WITH FREE MINDS AND SPIRIT ARE THE FUTURE. DO NOT GIVE UP - WE'RE FIGHTING FOR DZHOKHAR' LIFE - AND FOR THE MEMORY OF TAMERLAN. AMAZING HOW PEOPLE WHO NEVER MET THEM ARE NOW FIGHTING FOR THEM AGAINST THE WHOLE US SYSTEM. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR EFFORTS!

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Moldir
5/14/2013 01:33:47 am

It's time to open our eyes and minds to fight for justice.

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Donna
5/14/2013 09:47:32 am

12:30 Man escapes and reports kidnaping/carjacking
Around 12:45 a.m. Laurel Street shootout begins
1:20 -Tamerlan arrives by ambulance at BI in cardiac arrest and pronounced dead after 15 minutes of treatment. see ER doctor press conference
Here's the interview from the man on who picks up the events from the intersection of Dexter and Laurel where the police vehicles were situated. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z025goP2GWU.
Andrew Kitzenberg posted pics, etc. from Laurel where the brothers were situated.
The random naked videos were NOT Tamerlan. Those individuals were questioned as a result of Jahar escaping into the neighborhood and after Taberlan was already in custody on Laurel.

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Annamarie
5/15/2013 09:48:12 am

The only thing I want to point out is how clear the man says, "Podstava" in the beginning and how close his voice is. I don't believe he is the one yelling at the end of the video because that voice sounds much further away and as if the person shouting was doing so at the top of his lungs. I originally thought it was Jahar shouting "Tamerlan", but I really don't know. I just don't think the man saying "Podstava" and the man shouting at the end are the same, mainly because of the difference in their vocal projections. Thoughts?

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Annamarie
5/15/2013 09:49:31 am

And please don't think this means I don't believe something is up with this whole thing and don't think I'm ruling out that this man in the video could be Tamerlan. I just don't think it makes sense that someone sounding so close at the beginning of the video would sound dramatically further away without having moved.

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john b
7/27/2013 11:42:28 am

IMO, Podstava is said in a Boston accent (not Tamerlans) maybe a cop says this to Tamerlan - being cute? Clearly Tamerlan is cuffed at this point and on the sidewalk. He can't be badly shot up here. How does he get to middle of street and run over? Donohue was down in middle of the street after suv went thru (friendly fire.) This video needs to go to the defense team.

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mike b123
9/4/2013 05:07:46 am

It appears to me based on 2 leaked videos w/audio that some real or staged event happened on Laurel but both brothers escaped up to Adams/ Mount Auburn location at some point. Tamerlan cuffed there and Jahar escaped in suv, ditching it down on walnut st and cutting thru a couple yards to find that boat. Death certificate isn't correct re some details, IMO.

Gail Calhoun
10/25/2013 10:22:47 am

A commenter following a podstava -Tamerlan Tsarnaev Youtube left the comment sayingTamerlan was beaten very badly by the Boston cops. He wrote this was seen by him on television the night of Tamerlan's capture live as it happened as news on WCVB-TV. His comment was to complain about evidence on video of the captures disappearing from the public availability. He said he found this frustrating, as it makes it difficult to put the events in perspective. The live news footage showing this beating, he said-was only shown once-there after, the same news story was aired but without the beating scene--and he said this was really bad--the worst he had ever witnessed.

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