Ms. Tsarnaeva: [Sighs]. Well, now since this thing happened, I think it would be better even somewhere way up in the village. Really. Here, in the village, somewhere like nobody but our family, we with our kids, and I would be happy with this.
[She hits the desk and she starts crying.]
You know my kids would be with us and we would be fine. So yes, I would prefer not to live in America now. [She is crying here]. Like, why did I even go there? Why? I thought America was going to, like, protect us, our kids. It was going to be safe for any reason. But it happened the opposite. My kids — America took my kids away from me — only America. So why wouldn’t I regret? Why? I don’t know. I’m sure that my kids were not involved in anything."
— Zubeidat responding to the question whether she regrets bringing her kids to America (via let-goletgod)
The only problem I have with “leaving it up to the courts” is the fact that courts have been known to make mistakes, and those mistakes can cost people’s fucking lives.
- What I said: I believe Jahar and Tamerlan are innocent and I want the truth to get out and for them to get justice.
- What they heard: I'm glad the Boston bombings happened! I don't care about the people that got hurt. I've always wanted to rebel against the government. I'm in love with Jahar. Woo! Go terrorists!