Тazhayakov did not sign any written statements and confessions

Date: 03:39, 14-07-2014.

Almaty. July 14. KazTAG - Attorney of Kazakhstani student Azamat Tazhayakov declared that his defendant did not sign any statements or confessions, reports Boston.com.

"Crossed interrogation of FBI agent Farbod Azad the attorney finished with the fact consideration that none of Tazhayakov's interrogations have been recorded on video, while Tazhayakov did not sign any statements or confessions," the publication reports.

Tazhayakov did not support the idea of martyr's death and escaped communication with Tamerlan Tsarnayev.

"According to Azad, Tazhayakov told him that he did not support the idea of martyr death. Tazhayakov also said he did not like Tamerlan Tsarnayev and escaped communication with him," reads the message.

According to the publication Dzhokhar Tsarnayev told Tazhayakov that he knew how to make a bomb.

According to Azad, Tazhayakov told him that Dzhokhar said that he knew how to make a bomb, he learnt how to do it at the university chemistry classes," reads the message.

According to the evidences of F. Azad Dias Kadyrbayev found vaseline in the room of Tsarnayev and whispered to Tazhayakov that it was used to make bombs.

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