Ok. I don’t follow your logic or your conclusions, whatsoever: “Quit being so quit to jump to conclusions, to label people as crazy or schizophrenic, do you know what it’s like to be schizophrenic, No? Do you know what it’s like to have one of your limbs torn off by nails and bb’s from a pressure cooker?” OK. But a couple of things: do you know what it is like to be schizophrenic, yourself? Because both Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his brother were displaying all the classic and aggravated symptoms and signs of untreated schizophrenia, if I have ever seen it. Increased and incoherent religiosity; aggression; inflated “charisma”; average age of onset; aggravated and increased exposure to head trauma (Tamerlan); affinity for marijuana use / abuse (Dhokar); genetic and gender precursors. And weird hats! (By this I am referring to a video I have seen, among many, of one of Tamerlan’s gym mates who reported that a few weeks before the Boston Bombing, Tamerlan arrived at the gym wearing a cowboy hat and cowboy boots and swaggered around, acting weird and aggressive and won no popularity points at the gym that day, whatsoever. I personally arrived here by putting the search term “Tamerlan Tsarvnaev Schizophrenia” into Google because I seriously doubt this tragic event had anything to do with any FBI set up / conspiracy: nor did it have anything to do with “America’s War on Terrorism”; Islam; Alex Jones’ radio show or anything or anyone else. Both these young men have exhibited all the classic symptoms of untreated, aggravated schizophrenia, and really exhibit the phenomenon of the term: COMORBIDITY as it is applied to psychiatry and schizophrenia, if I ever saw it.