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Topic - Anzor
Accused terrorist bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says supporters have sent in thousands of dollars to help with his defense and miscellaneous expenses.
Deportation has become a near-taboo word. Yet the recent Boston bombings inevitably rekindle old questions about the way the United States admits, or at times deports, foreign nationals.
Meanwhile, his father, Anzor, said he expected to be reunited one day in heaven, the Post said.