How does the Boston bomber kill innocent Americans because he hates our culture, but lives off taxpayer dollars?
According to The NY Post
He’s the ultimate ingrate.
US-hating terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev took government handouts even as he delved deep into the world of violent, radical Islam, officials said.
Tsarnaev, his wife Katherine Russell and their 3-year-old daughter were on the state dole as recently as 2012, officials with the state’s Office of Health and Human Services told the Boston Herald.
The dead Boston Marathon bomber and his family stopped receiving benefits because his hard-working wife, toiling for up 80 hours a week, brought home enough bread to make them ineligible for government assistance.
Tsarnaev’s younger brother, bombing suspect Dzhokar, and their parents also received benefits when they were younger.
Relatives have said Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s journey to violent hate began around 2008 or 2009.
Tamerlan was killed last week, hours after cops released pictures of the suspected brother bombers.
Cops shot Tamerlan but were still going to take him alive when fleeing Dzhokar accidentally ran over his big brother early Friday morning.
Despite their low-income lives, the brothers allegedly collected just enough green to fashion bombs that probably cost less than $100 apiece to construct.
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,” Brian Michael Jenkins, a Rand Corp. adviser and terrorism expert, told the Boston Globe.
“You could easily do this for under $100 per bomb. . . . This is an investment even someone with modest means can make.”
A lawyer for Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife said his client was the hard-working bread winner of the family.
“She has been living in Cambridge, raising her child, and working long hours, caring for people in their homes who are unable to care for themselves,’’ said Amato DeLuca, representing Katherine Russell.
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 kush to classmates, several students told the Globe.
And what he wasn’t selling, Dzhokhar was smoking.
“There was a permanent stench of kush in his room,” said one observer.
SMH! This saga just keeps getting more twisted.