Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the suspect charged with orchestrating the Boston marathon bombings mysteriously deleted his "jmaister1" Instagram account suggesting that it contained important details in connection with the bombings, according to experts.
Tsarnaev's friends said that he deleted the account "recently." While it is not online right now, traces of the "Jmaister1" account show that he "liked" an image of Chechen militant leader Shamil Basayev, who is believed to be the mastermind of various terror attacks in Russia, and liked a picture that was accompanied with a string of hash tags including #FreeChechenia #Jihad #Jannah #ALLAH #Jesus and #God.
"If I were an investigator right now, obviously the platform he deleted matters the most," Harvard professor Juliette Kayyem told CNN.
Apart from his Instagram account, authorities have also looked into his Twitter account and other social media accounts for clues about his motives in the bombings or ties to other terrorist organizations.
Instagram has not commented on the issue but in its terms of services it says that it will disclose information to law enforcement officials when needed.