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Boston bombing suspect not guilty? Best friend starts #TroyCrossleyTruth campaign

Saturday, 20 April 2013 - 7:14pm IST | Place: Boston | Agency: DNA Web Team

The family and friends of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects are all in shock at the apparent actions of the two brothers.

Djokhar Tsarnaev, the man who was taken into custody on Friday night has managed to revive some support.

One of Djokhar's friend, Troy Crossley has gone all out in support of his friend and has started the #TroyCRossleyTruth campaign on Twitter.

The 20-year-old rapper from Boston said in his tweets that Dzhokhar wasn't responsible for the Boston bombing and was setup by the government.

He raised many eyebrows and was a topic of a lot of discussion due to this public announcement.

Some of his tweets:

 

His followers increased to 5523 in three days and he garnered many reactions from the social media users.

Some reactions:

 

Troy Crossley is a rapper who has released a mixtape Behind The Eyes in 2012 and has about 3172 likes on his Facebook page. His mixtape was downloaded over 50,000 times on datpiff.com.

 

This is what Troy Crossley wrote about himself on his Reverbnation profile:
"I am 19-years-old from Boston, I am just trying share my music with the world and gain the best experience getting fans and friends as I go along. Check out my music and give me a like on my facebook page. Please ENJOY!!"

Officials on Thursday identified the brothers as the suspects in the bombing that left three people dead and more than 130 people injured, some suffering the amputation of limbs.

The two brothers collectively managed to explode two bombs at an overcrowded marathon event, shoot an MIT officer and lockdown an entire city.

The unfolding events were then magnified globally and a lot of gory details emerged.

Tamarlev Tsarnaev was killed in police firing and Djokhar Tsarnaev was finally caputred on Friday night after huge police personnel was deployed for his search.


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