Prosecutors: Tsarnaev Had Secret Online Life
24/7 News Source _ The Boston Marathon bombing trial continued today with prosecutors outlining a secret online life for suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Prosecutors said that Tsarnaev had an anonymous Twitter account where he shared radical views and praised an al Qaeda cleric.
The jury also got to see a blood-stained message that prosecutors say Tsarnaev wrote on the side of the boat he was hiding in before being captured. Part of the message reads, "We Muslims are one body you hurt one you hurt us all."
Tsarnaev's lawyers have admitted he was involved in the bombings, but claim his deceased brother Tamerlan was the mastermind.