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Should the federal government seek the death penalty if the accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect is convicted?

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locomotive

Jul-10-13 10:54 PM

"Now once he is executed, his remains are given to the pigs to consume."

Let me guess - this one is a Democrat?

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minotroses

Jul-10-13 11:07 AM

Drop him off on some very small uninhabited island in the Pacific ocean...where he can live alone....hopefully, just right before a hurricane!!!

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minotroses

Jul-10-13 11:05 AM

Just put him into any prison...not in the high risk section...just the normal prison life....and the prison mafia will take care of him quick! Boy...I have many..many ideas...for pain and suffering.....

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minotroses

Jul-10-13 10:59 AM

Take him to some foreign country where there is daily wars/political unrest and drop him from the sky with a parachute and he can fend for himself without any food or water or money...see how far that gets him....

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:51 AM

at least 87% here would love to. 13% would probably cry and plead for us to stop throwing rock at him. He's a piece of crap, nothing to me.

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:49 AM

You know that clown at the fair that you have to knock in the water?? We should set something like that up, exept you throw rocks at him. I would be willing to be that the majority of people would love to throw a rock.

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:38 AM

When you fend for the rights of a terrorist, you obviously are not an American, and you should leave. You are probably mad they hung Hussien, or killed Osama too. We should have let them live in prison somewhere I suppose is what you believe???

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namexxx

Jul-10-13 10:25 AM

When you use hackneyed phrases like "bleeding hearts" and "giving our country away" -- you're quite obviously a Repub.

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:11 AM

Willgarr, let me guess, you one of those bleeding hearts that wants to give our country away. It's time to start making examples out of these people that do this stuff. I'm not dem or repub, i'm an all American.

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:09 AM

fricken right Centerfield

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:08 AM

This is what will happens if he goes to prison without Death, he will get thrown in protective custody, because make no mistake about it, the vast majority of folks in prison are proud Americans whether they broke the law or what. Trust me when I tell you that they would give him the old prison justice if he was not in PC. Therefore, tax dollars would be used to essentially protect this guy in the prison system. There is no arguement here, but i'm still sure some of you will click the "disagree" button. If you've never lived there, you have no idea.

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centerfield

Jul-10-13 10:07 AM

We need to set a precedent with him. After he is found guilty, he should be publicly dressed up so the world can see what is done. Oh, and the cloths? Why pig skin and entrails. Now once he is executed, his remains are given to the pigs to consume. That will take care of his trip to the vestile virgins land. Mess with the US and we feed you to the hogs.

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JKniffin

Jul-10-13 10:06 AM

Yes they should. However, it should be the old style, just throw his carcass to the general all American public and let us take care of him the way we see fit. Rip him to shreads by hand. Thats my opinion

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MattRothchild

Jul-10-13 9:12 AM

"Maybe they should move the trial to Texas.. Then it wouldnt take so long.."

Texas has no juristiction as this is a federal crime, therefore federal trial.

If you recall, Alfonso Rodriguez was given the death penalty for his crimes even though the crimes and trial for said crimes all took place in states without the death penalty. The reason is because he committed a crime over which the federal government claimed juristiction.

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billldoesntgetit

Jul-10-13 8:51 AM

Maybe they should move the trial to Texas.. Then it wouldnt take so long..

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keyzgirl62

Jul-10-13 8:34 AM

Well... that might be a bit violent but he ruined so many lives over such nonsense. Maybe he should live and be educated so he can really understand what he did and why it was so senseless.

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keyzgirl62

Jul-10-13 8:32 AM

I think they should put him in the line of fire for three backpacks filled with sharp bits and homemade bombs just like the ones he distributed along the city. If he dies, he dies... If he is maimed and crippled, so be it. What's good for the Goose is good for the Gander.

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animal

Jul-10-13 8:10 AM

they should hang him at high noon in the public sq. and leave him there for 3 days! Let the rest of these nut cases see what their future holds for them if they do these things!

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Longtoe

Jul-10-13 7:53 AM

The Death Penalty has been made a joke when the average wait on Death row is more than 20 years. More people die of natural causes on Death Row than are actually put to death except for Texas.

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