Financing terror, one dimebag at a time.
While Tamerlan spent his time freeloading off his young wife, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev relied on low-level pot sales to get by.
Despite their low-income lives, the brothers allegedly collected just enough green to fashion bombs that reportedly cost less than $100 apiece to construct, friends, associates and terrorism analysts told the Boston Globe.
The crude bombs allegedly fashioned by the Tsarnaev brothers were made of affordable kitchen pressure cookers, filled with BBs and other small pieces of metal.
“There is no barrier here to two men doing this on their own,” said Brian Michael Jenkins, a Rand Corp. adviser and terrorism expert.
“You could easily do this for under $100 per bomb. . . . This is an investment even someone with modest means can make.”
Dzhokhar was clearly on a better path than his big brother Tamerlan, having won scholarship money for his education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
He still struggled for pocket money, and resorted to selling marijuana to classmates, several students told the Globe.
And what he wasn’t selling, Dzhokhar was smoking.
“There was a permanent stench of marijuana in his room,” said one observer.
Wait, aren’t colleges smoke-free environments? Maybe now the left will muster up some outrage seeing how he violated anti-smoking laws with impunity.
Meanwhile, not only was this piece of human debris a pathetic stoner, his brother got his jollies beating up women. Where’s the War on Women crowd to express their outrage?
Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev showed off his vicious nature by verbally and physically abusing his future wife, it was revealed yesterday.
Former college roommates of Katherine Russell — Tsarnaev’s 24-year-old widow — told National Public Radio that the brutish pugilist would cruelly taunt his then-girlfriend, calling her a “slut’’ and “prostitute,” while the couple was dating.
Tsarnaev even tossed furniture and other objects at Russell during his violent rages, they said.
Feminist icon Sandra Fluke was unavailable for comment.