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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    I'm sure he will enjoy taking his showers
    No doubt.

    I'm guessing in reality he goes to one of those supermax prisons and gets what amounts to solitary confinement for the rest of his days. I can't imagine he'd last long if he's left with other prisoners.
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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by PoS View Post
    There was no need to spend millions on a trial that lasted for weeks when he admitted to it. Probably been better off if he just got sentenced right after the charges were filed.
    Actually he attempted to cop a plea to avoid the death penalty. When that was refused, he still had a right to a trial. He did not waive that right.

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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Gaius46 View Post
    No doubt.

    I'm guessing in reality he goes to one of those supermax prisons and gets what amounts to solitary confinement for the rest of his days. I can't imagine he'd last long if he's left with other prisoners.
    You are probably right
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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadvirus View Post
    You actually prefer that a convicted terrorist who killed 4 people (2 of whom were children) get 3 hots and a cot for the rest of his life on the taxpayer dime?
    Well, it's currently cheaper to do so and I think he'd suffer more punishment that way, amongst Americans who probably dont appreciate his cowardly and antiAmerican actions.
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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    Because some crimes merit permanent removal from the gene pool.
    He wont be breeding where he's going, death penalty or not.
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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing - CNN.com
    Tsarnev is found guilty and guilty of the charges that carry the death penalty. The penalty phase should be (I would assume) be seeking the death penalty, though I do not believe Mass. has executed someone since the 1940's.
    Twenty years from now there'll be liberals marching in the streets with signs that say, "Free Tsarnev ".

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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    What I heard points to Supermax-Florence, Colorado. He will be able to talk to the "shoe bomber", Terry Rudolph and maybe, if he is lucky, Terry Nichols.

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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    Twenty years from now there'll be liberals marching in the streets with signs that say, "Free Tsarnev ".
    I might be, although not for Tsarnev specifically. No prison sentence should last longer than 20 years, and if you can't get someone executed in 20 years let them out.
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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    I hope he gets death.

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    Re: Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombing

    Quote Originally Posted by Morality Games View Post
    I might be, although not for Tsarnev specifically. No prison sentence should last longer than 20 years, and if you can't get someone executed in 20 years let them out.
    There are some that cannot be rehabilitated and some that can never be trusted in society again.

    You are welcome to your opinion but in my opinion, for the protection of society, of course there should be prison sentences that are 'for the remainder' of someone's life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by applejuicefool View Post
    A murderer putting a bullet through someone's brain is a medical procedure too.

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