According to the act signed into law by CLinton, the feds can get 'em b/c of the terrorism angle. Interesting about Wisconsin (we just wrapped up a trial yesterday in western Wisconsin of a dad who killed his three young daughters in order to get revenage on his exwife for dating another man after their divorce--he'd told a bunch of people he was going to do it, for months):I don't think MA has a death penalty. I'm not sure the feds can get involved unless maybe they transported bomb components across state lines or something. Admittedly, I don't really know these things. Just guessing really. Except MA and the death penalty. Pretty sure about that.
"Capital punishment in Wisconsin was abolished in 1853. Wisconsin was one of the earliest United States states to abolish the death penalty, and is the only state that has performed only one execution in its history."