People have begun poring over the Twitter account that Adrian Chen says belongs to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the suspected Boston Marathon bomber who has been the subject of a manhunt. (John Swansburg has done a close reading of Dzhokhar's tweets.) And many people who followed and interacted with the Twitter account before today and who seem to be Dzhokhar's friends, have been tweeting their disbelief at the police pursuit of Dzhokhar.
Below are some of the more striking tweets from those who have interacted with the account thought to belong to Dzhokhar (or, informally, Jahar) or claim to know him:
Read more on Slate about the Boston Marathon bombing.
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