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Apr 14, 2015

No I don't think so. I think we was prepared to die going into this ordeal. Keeping him alive might be a worse punishment (if that is what we should be striving for). I don't think the death penalty should be practiced, because there is no going back. You never know what new evidence could come out, in this case or in others.

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Apr 15, 2015

True, but we have him caught red handed, even his lawyers admit he did it, he's on video setting the bomb on the ground, and he set it behind a defenseless child who'd never done anything to him good or bad, the only thing anyone in that crowd did that day was try to enjoy the end of the marathon.

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