Ruslan Tsarni: Boston Bombing Suspects' Uncle Stands With Victims

The Boston bombers suspects' uncle Ruslan Tsarni has told a local Boston station WBZ that he is utterly shocked by his nephews' despicable acts of terrorism. Whereas the father of the suspects has told reporters that the boys were angels who don't deserve to be killed, their uncle highly disagrees.

Tsarni, who is based in Maryland, described his nephew Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a "loser" and is glad he was killed by the authorities. "He deserved his. He absolutely deserved his," Tsarni said.  The uncle is so disgusted that he wants to see both of them dead: "They do not deserve to live on this earth." he said. 

"I'm wordless ... shocked [...] I wish they never existed," the uncle who is based in Maryland exclaimed to local Boston station WBZ.

Watch the entire interview here.

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Elizabeth Plank

Elizabeth is a Senior Correspondent at Mic and the host of Flip the Script.

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