Boston Marathon bombing survivor uses his artificial leg to school protesters trying to ‘Free Jahar’

A Boston Marathon bombing survivor on Thursday taught a painful lesson to a crowd confused enough to want Dzhokhar Tsarnaev freed.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is accused of perpetrating with his brother, Tamerlan, the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013 that killed three and injured hundreds more.

Yet when Dzhokhar appeared in court Thursday for the the last status conference before his trial starts in January he had supporters.

Outside the hearing were idiots demanding he be freed for reasons ranging from his confession was purportedly coerced (right after the citywide manhunt and the gun battle that killed his brother) to the claim that he brakes for squirrels … seriously.

Those dunces got a reality check when one of the bombing victims, Marc Fucarile, confronted them by raising his prosthetic leg and saying, ‘That’s trickery?’”

Others took to Twitter to mock the nuts campaigning for Dzhokhar’s freedom on Twitter using the hashtag #FreeJahar (“Jahar” is a nickname the younger Tsarnaev adopted for America.) Some used the counter hashtag #FryJahar.


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