What Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Wrote in Blood-Stained Boat

Photos of Tsarnaev's hiding place shown in trial, two years after bombing.

Dzhokhar managed to slip away, but was discovered hours later bleeding in a dry-docked boat. He had used a pencil to pen a lengthy anti-American screed on the walls of the boat. ABC News previously reported on a portion of the message, but for the first time today, the public is seeing the full note, as it was stained by blood and pock-marked by bullet holes.

Below is a transcript of the note, as shown in court, with additional clarifying phrases added by ABC News in brackets:

I’m jealous of my brother who ha (hole) ceived the reward of jannutul Firdaus [heaven] (inshallah [God willing]) before me. I do not mourn because his soul is very much alive. God has a plan for each person. Mine was to hide in his boat and shed some light on our actions I ask Allah to make me a shahied [martyr] (iA) to allow me to return to him and be among all the righteous people in the highest levels of heaven.

He who Allah guides no one can misguide A (hole) bar!

All credit goes (hole)