Yes, the hashtag #FreeJahar (for Boston terror suspect Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev) exists.
There were far more suspicious looking people, why weren’t they the suspects? #FreeJahar
— Justice For Jahar (@Justice4Jahar) April 21, 2013
— Амина Кадырова (@AminaKadyrova) April 21, 2013
Sadly, it’s not surprising that there are those out there willing to tweet their sympathy to him.
— TC (@TroyCrossley) April 21, 2013
Wats not yet being reportd by mainstream media is dat a 'controlled explosion' was underway on same day as marathon explosion. #freejahar
— സ്വാമി ചക്രം ജബ (@fannaforu) April 21, 2013
There. Are. No. Words.
Fortunately, many outraged tweeters made their disgust with the hashtag known.
Anyone that thinks we need to #freejahar please Unfollow Me and remember, Meth Lab Safety starts at home.
— josephben (@josephdavis375) April 21, 2013
#freejahar. I'm speechless. Disgusted and downright beside myself. Left wing America are cowards.
— Sir America (@BradKulac) April 21, 2013
I cannot even believe there is a #freejahar hashtag. Next he'll be getting proposals from women all over. Sickness!
— Ann aka Bubbles (@wishsong1976) April 21, 2013
Anyone who wants to #freejahar must be so detached from reality. I'm really concerned for this country's future…
— Kelly Weber (@TheKellyWeber) April 21, 2013
#freejahar is trending… People are unbelievable.
— Colleen Snow (@ColCol37) April 21, 2013
#FreeJahar in the middle of Fenway. It will work itself out.
— Jason Ortiz (@jay_zitro) April 21, 2013
I wonder if the person that started the #FreeJahar hash tag was smoking hash at the 4/20 Rally in Denver.
— KJHobs (@Kjhobbs1985) April 21, 2013
We’re always pleased to see saner heads prevail.
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