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Terrorista #1 License: Boston Bombing Suspects' Friends Had 'Terror' License Plates (PHOTO, VIDEO)

Terrorista #1 License: Boston Bombing Suspects' Friends Had 'Terror' License Plates (PHOTO, VIDEO)

A license plate reading "Terrorista #1" has sparked controversy after it was found on the vehicle of two friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspects, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

A "Terrorista #1" license plate has sparked further controversy after being found on a car owned by friends of the Boston bombing suspects. | (Photo: Twitter)

The two friends reportedly owned a black BMW 330XI car that had the controversial personalized license plate on, and a sticker on the back of the vehicle that read, "F**** you, You f****** f***."

The two friends have only been identified by their first names, Azmat and Diaz, and according to reports they were taken into custody on Saturday for separate alleged immigration violations.

The two men are believed to be from Kazakhstan, and their apartment has also been raided, as police believe that Dzhokhar may have once lived there.

The picture of the car with the license plate "Terrorista#1" was tweeted by Dzhokhar's alleged Twitter account under the Twitter handle J_tsar.

The two men are also believed to be students attending the University of Massachusetts, according to a neighbor who spoke with The Daily Mail.

Background information is slowly being released on the two suspects who have been identified in the Boston bombings. The men, who are brothers, have been identified as Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19. | (PHOTO: ( Tsarnaev)

"They used to have parties until three or four in the morning," the neighbor said. "There would be drinking and dancing and the police would come. I didn't mind but they stayed up til late every now and then."

Terror suspect Dzhokhar was finally captured at about 8.40 p.m. ET on Friday after a massive manhunt locked down most of Boston for the entire day as authorities searched for him.

He was eventually found at 76 Franklin St. Watertown, Mass., hiding in a boat in the garden of the residence.

He reportedly has a very serious throat injury, and according to some reports out Sunday he may have tried to put a gun to his mouth in an attempt to take his life when he was cornered.

According to Boston police, the 19-year-old suspect is in critical but stable condition and remains intubated and sedated.

Here is a video of the boat the Boston bombing suspect was hiding in as authorities closed in on him:


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