Editor’s note: Please see the update at the bottom of this post. NBC now reports that Sunil Tripathi is not a suspect.
Just googled Sunil Tripathi, a pic of him with a Che Guevara shirt popped up.
— Parky (@james339) April 19, 2013
Even before Sunil Tripathi was named on police scanner traffic late tonight as one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects being hunted tonight following the MIT shooting and Watertown gunfight, social media users on all sides of the political spectrum were buzzing about a photo of him in a Che Guevara t-shirt.
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) April 19, 2013
Sunil in this photo wearing Che t-shirt in this diatribe from March.Note this is back when he was just missing http://t.co/VrGeyZp87p
— Jim Vejvoda (@JimVejvoda) April 19, 2013
— Che Guevara (@CheChic) April 19, 2013
If Tripathi is indeed guilty of the barbaric terror of the past week and bloody night, that t-shirt is the least of our concerns.
On Friday morning, NBC reported that missing Brown University student Sunil Tripathi is not a suspect in the Boston bombing. See updates here for the latest.