Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appears in court with his arm in
a cast as he denies charges regarding the Boson Marathon Bombing.
No mention was made of a broken arm in the weeks after he was apprehended
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is the man with the white backpack at the Boston
Marathon that Joint Task Force Special Agent in Charge Richard Deslauriers
identified as the man who planted the black backpack. (Deslauriers
stated clearly at the press conference where he introduced pictures of
" Suspect 1" "Suspect 2" (Dzhokhar) that "both bombs were in black
nylon bags or backpacks.")
Dzhokhar's two appointed attorneys give no indication that they
are even aware of the "Coco Chanel Defense" as the white-backpack-versus-black-backpack
evidence is now being called.
Boston Marathon bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty
to all charges in his first court appearance, as blast victims looked
Mr Tsarnaev, 19, faces 30 counts of using a weapon of mass destruction
in the two 15 April blasts that killed three, including an eight-year-old
He appeared in shackles and an orange prison suit, and replied "not
guilty" as the charges were read to the court.
Prosecutors could press for the death penalty for 17 counts.
The suspect has also been charged over the death of a fourth person,
a university police officer, who was allegedly shot dead by Mr Tsarnaev
and his brother Tamerlan in the days after the attack.
He is also charged in a carjacking incident and with downloading
internet material from Islamist radicals some time before the blasts.
Relatives in court
People appeared outside the federal courthouse in Boston as early
on Wednesday to claim a seat inside the court and two overflow rooms for
a hearing that lasted just seven minutes.
Mr Tsarnaev arrived at court with his face swollen and his arm in
Two of the suspect's sisters watched the proceedings. One sobbed
during the hearing while the other held a baby.
Before he was led out of the courtroom, the suspect seemed to smile
and to gesture a kiss to his family members in the room.
Among the crowd was a young friend of Mr Tsarnaev, Hank Alvarez,
19. He said: "Just knowing him, it's hard for me to face the fact that
he did it."
Notice how the BBC puts the accusation in the mouth of a 19-year
old who shows up for the guilty plea -- how did he get in?
-- how did the BBC grab him? "Hard for me to face the fact" --
but has he "faced the fact?" Or has he merely faced the "mistake"
made by DesLaurier's joint task force?
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