Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the suspected Boston bomber still at large, has a Twitter account that journalists have already pored over for most of the afternoon.

He appeared weary of America at times, although he celebrated elements of American pop-culture.

Here are some of his mentions of America on his account:

“A decade in America already, I want out,” – March 2012.

“You guys know that the suicide rate for active duty American soldiers is at an all time high for 2012, a suicide a day, whats the #problem?” – November 28, 2012

“America is impervious to the fu-kery #justforthisoneday” – November 6, 2012 – Election day eve

Other tweets highlight his love of Chechnya:

“Proud to be from #chechnya” April 29, 2012

“How I miss my home land #dagestan #chechnya” - April 5, 2012

“I hold my own I got that #chechnyanpower“ - March 14, 2012

"Chechen dudes holding down Russia with all of their gold medals," - August 2012 during the Olympic games.

He even tweeted about terrorism:

"I don't argue with fools who say Islam is terrorism it's not worth a thing, let an idiot remain an idiot," he wrote in January 2013.