Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Amazon wishlist


Story at Salon.com

The Boston bombing suspect wanted a Chechynan dictionary, "Snatch" and books on how to make fake IDs

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I see no reason why this article was linked to. Worthless bit of webspace.

And an anonymous commenter steps up to call this a worthless bit of webspace. Very high and mighty condemnation indeed from the lurking shadows.

Admittedly, a little more could have been said to tease the Salon piece which tried to humanize the person shot by authorities by virtue of looking at his Amazon Wishlist. Instead of him being just somebody else gunned down by The State, the writer at Salon tried to at least dig some background out of open sources. An Amazon wishlist might not be the best way to go about that but admittedly an interview is out of the question now.

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