View Poll Results: What should we do with the Boston Bomber thats still alive?

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  • Life in Prison; Preferably maximum security

    26 60.47%
  • Execute him; Skin him alive and crucify him upside down

    11 25.58%
  • Strip him of citizenship; let Russia deal with him

    3 6.98%
  • STFU!! The Red Sox are winning right now.

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Just so you know it would be prison not jail. Jail is when you are convicted of a misdemeanor you go to jail for a maximum of one year. Prison is where he would if he is convicted, wich most likely he will be.

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by DashingAmerican View Post
    I'm not ready to say he is or isn't a terrorist, though the line of reasoning suggests that he is.
    That's why I added the (allegedly) part. Put him on trial. If he's found guilty, ship his ass off and find out who he's working with.
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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    First... dear poll-maker, please give us a few legitimate options instead of the one option you prefer, and a bunch of others that make folks who vote for them look like brain-dead imbeciles. Thank you.

    Obviously, he must be convicted at trial, and potential sentences depend on exactly what specific charges he is convicted of, and whether the trial is state or federal. At this point, I don't think specific charges have been made public.

    Presuming that he is convicted of a crime(s) that allow life in prison without possibility of parole or death, I would prefer life in prison as long as life really means life. If he is sentenced to death, I certainly wouldn't shed any tears, but I'd prefer he didn't go down as a martyr that others of his ilk admire and attempt to emulate.

    One way or the other, he should never, ever be free again.

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning View Post
    I'm not sure if this has already been discussed so I'm just to go give it a shot...

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    On second thought, we could just send him to Fort Leavenworth and what happens happens.
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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Mathematician View Post
    It's not just an appeal to emotion. The years of life stolen from those killed, plus the life-long suffering to the victims who survived, can't be repaid entirely. So he deserves to suffer as closely as possible to the total suffering he inflicted as he is killed.

    By the way, explain why you think letting killers live is "evolving"? If anything, as population grows you think we'd have more reasons to get rid of living scum.
    When one does that much suffering to totally innocent people you won't get any sympathy from me.
    I don't care if he is a terrorist or he is a Shriner he is an asswipe of the worst degree.
    Am hoping he gets the Jeff Dahmer welcoming to prison.

    If that was my 8 year old grandson I would unleash the fires of hell that have never been seen before. I won't discuss it openly but it has never been done before.

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    No, not soliary confinement for the rest of his life. I find that horribly cruel. Really. Horribly cruel. I wish he could be segregated from prisoners, though, so as not to "find his calling" to be converting others to Radical Islam.
    Come on Mags. It's also horribly cruel that toddlers had their legs taken by this thug. While I do not agree with the death penalty, I have no issue sticking this dude in a 5x5 hole for the rest of his life. The guy walked past women and children and sat a back pack full of explosives down, knowing who it would hit. THAT is horribly cruel.
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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Mathematician View Post
    Shove a stick of dynamite up his ***, light, and enjoy the show. I'd even watch it on pay-per-view with the proceeds going to the victims.
    Gross, and I would never advocate such a position. I have to admit, it wouldn't bother me in such cases either.

    Death penalty, yes. That method... There are cleaner ways...

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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    When one does that much suffering to totally innocent people you won't get any sympathy from me.
    I don't care if he is a terrorist or he is a Shriner he is an asswipe of the worst degree.
    Am hoping he gets the Jeff Dahmer welcoming to prison.

    If that was my 8 year old grandson I would unleash the fires of hell that have never been seen before. I won't discuss it openly but it has never been done before.
    IMO, anyone who doesn't think this guy deserves to suck on a grenade is a stinking wussy.
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    Re: Fate of the Boston Bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord of Planar View Post
    Gross, and I would never advocate such a position. I have to admit, it wouldn't bother me in such cases either.

    Death penalty, yes. That method... There are cleaner ways...
    He didn't kill in a "cleaner way, so why in the heck should he get special treatment? You get what you give in life!
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