By all accounts, Dzhokhar Tsar­naev, the younger of two brothers sus­pected of having per­pe­trated the Boston Marathon bomb­ings, was a good kid, a bright young man and hardly the type of angry mal­con­tent you’d expect of a ter­rorist. He grad­u­ated from Cam­bridge Rindge and Latin where he starred on the var­sity wrestling team, and earned a city-​​funded $2,500 schol­ar­ship toward his tuition at UMass Dart­mouth. One friend even char­ac­ter­ized the 19-​​year-​​old as a guy who gave off “a good vibe.”

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