posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 10:25 AM
Originally posted by CottonwoodStormy
I wonder how they got this boy to so cooperatively offer up this incriminating statement? Sounds suss to me.
I'm thinking that Dzhokhar was so impressionable that his brother used him, and now reality is setting in. I think he tried to kill himself because
he realized he really screwed up by participating and, not that he didn't want to be taken alive, but rather didn't want to deal with the
Of course, his willingness to talk is probably also helped by LE, and everything they said to him/threatened/coerced intimidated and scared him.
Unlike Holmes and the others, this guy was just a pawn—and impressionable—by his brother, IMO.
The mother or aunt said how much he looked up to his brother and how he would follow him. I believe that.