Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote what amounts to an admission.
It said the bombing was brought on by the United States involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan and talked about his dead brother as well as the Boston victims.
CBS News reports the writing also says "when you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims."
Tsarnaev compares the victims in Boston to Muslim civilians who have been killed, calling them collateral damage.
Tsarnaev referred to his dead brother Tamerlan as a “martyr in paradise.”
Reports say there were gunshot holes in the boat but they didn’t interfere with being able to read the writing.
Police say the note should be admissible in court. That could be a big key for prosecutors depending on how much of what Tsarnaev admitted to before he was read his Miranda rights will be allowed.