Brown

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jun 25, 2013
The younger brother who is accused of the Boston marathon will be in court in two weeks for a probable cause hearing. Jahar Tsnaraev, if convicted, he is eligible for the death penalty.

He is 19 years old. He was reportedly a good friend to many students at UMass Dartmouth. His parents are in Russia and of course his brother (believed to be the mastermind of this crime) is dead. He was found un-armed, bleeding badly. His injuries suffered right before his capture reportedly include bullet to left leg shattering one bone, bullet to right leg, multiple bullets to left hand rendering it disabled, severe cut from top of neck to collar bone, deaf in left ear, and, probably most serious, injuries to neck and face where bullet went through right side of his neck and exited opposite side making a hole the size of a quarter. He has not been allowed visitors except for his lawyers.

So my question for society is this: should any of this be taken into account for a lighter sentence such as life? Could we possibly forgive a little and give him a chance to make amends to the victims and society?
Or are we all still ready to see him fry?
Nope

Nassau, NY

#2 Jun 26, 2013
No mercy
WillWork

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jun 26, 2013
Putin has our spy. We have Dartmouth bomber boy. Let's trade?
Robbin

Costa Mesa, CA

#4 Jun 27, 2013
WillWork wrote:
Putin has our spy. We have Dartmouth bomber boy. Let's trade?
Um, maybe the spy AND the Super Bowl ring both in exchange for Dartmouth bomber boy.
From Ca

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Jun 27, 2013
Brown wrote:
The younger brother who is accused of the Boston marathon will be in court in two weeks for a probable cause hearing. Jahar Tsnaraev, if convicted, he is eligible for the death penalty.
He is 19 years old. He was reportedly a good friend to many students at UMass Dartmouth. His parents are in Russia and of course his brother (believed to be the mastermind of this crime) is dead. He was found un-armed, bleeding badly. His injuries suffered right before his capture reportedly include bullet to left leg shattering one bone, bullet to right leg, multiple bullets to left hand rendering it disabled, severe cut from top of neck to collar bone, deaf in left ear, and, probably most serious, injuries to neck and face where bullet went through right side of his neck and exited opposite side making a hole the size of a quarter. He has not been allowed visitors except for his lawyers.
So my question for society is this: should any of this be taken into account for a lighter sentence such as life? Could we possibly forgive a little and give him a chance to make amends to the victims and society?
Or are we all still ready to see him fry?
He chose do this.

The ones I feel bad about are his victims.
justice

United States

#6 Jun 27, 2013
Brown wrote:
The younger brother who is accused of the Boston marathon will be in court in two weeks for a probable cause hearing. Jahar Tsnaraev, if convicted, he is eligible for the death penalty.

He is 19 years old. He was reportedly a good friend to many students at UMass Dartmouth. His parents are in Russia and of course his brother (believed to be the mastermind of this crime) is dead. He was found un-armed, bleeding badly. His injuries suffered right before his capture reportedly include bullet to left leg shattering one bone, bullet to right leg, multiple bullets to left hand rendering it disabled, severe cut from top of neck to collar bone, deaf in left ear, and, probably most serious, injuries to neck and face where bullet went through right side of his neck and exited opposite side making a hole the size of a quarter. He has not been allowed visitors except for his lawyers.

So my question for society is this: should any of this be taken into account for a lighter sentence such as life? Could we possibly forgive a little and give him a chance to make amends to the victims and society?
Or are we all still ready to see him fry?
It is bye-bye baby all the way. Leniency? No. Death sentence. And I would hand him over to the citizens of Boston to carry it out.
Patrick Bateman

Boston, MA

#7 Jun 28, 2013
justice wrote:
<quoted text>
It is bye-bye baby all the way. Leniency? No. Death sentence. And I would hand him over to the citizens of Boston to carry it out.
The arrogance of these United States "judges". I'd like to see the judges be executed. Now that would be entertainment.
IAmerican Juistice

San Diego, CA

#8 Jul 11, 2013
Look at those filthy women that take up for this little terrorist bastard. I say take a blow torch to his privates to show him what it feels like to feel real pain. And put it on all the TV all around the world. Am i being too cruel? Good I hope so.
nooooo

Runnemede, NJ

#9 Jul 29, 2013
boston bomberman
nooooo

Runnemede, NJ

#10 Jul 29, 2013
my mom used to not let me play the game bomberman because of this kinda shit..

“Obama: Leading us to failure”

Since: Jul 09

The United States of America

#11 Aug 2, 2013
"MUSLIM" Terrorist not just a Terrorist

That's what we have to remember

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