Jann Wenner’s favorite little twink didn’t apologize for setting off those bombs and killing those people when he got caught. He didn’t apologize the whole time he was in jail. He didn’t apologize when he went to court. But it’s never too late to play make-believe.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev issued a stirring and unexpected apology for the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon on Wednesday, in his first public remarks since the attack.
“I am sorry for the lives that I have taken, for the suffering that I have caused you, for the damage — the irreparable damage,” Tsarnaev told victims and their family members in a Boston courtroom.
“I ask Allah for mercy for me and for my brother” he told a reportedly stunned and packed court.
“I pray to Allah to bestow his mercy on you,” he added, according to reporters in the room. “I pray for your relief, for your healing.”
Yeah, I don’t believe you. I think you finally realized that your tough-guy act was a big mistake. You finally realized you’re going to be sent to your 72 virgins, and you want to put it off as long as possible. You couldn’t care less about anybody else’s suffering. You just don’t want to feel that cold, cold needle sliding into your arm. You don’t want to die.
You’re a coward, Jahar. You’re a miserable, child-killing coward.
Too bad. If you’d shown the slightest bit of remorse before today, maybe you would’ve gotten away with life in prison. But you didn’t, so you’re not.
Piss be upon you.