Friday, January 31, 2014

The death penalty is being sought in the case of the Boston Marathon Bombing suspect.
I don't normally believe in the death penalty and the surviving terrorist is only 20 years old (an age that has a lot of room for both being influenced and reformed). I see that family members are still grieving and many recoveries are a long road. I can not imagine being the guards who encounter feelings about this incident every day. This would not be an issue if it were being heard in the state court...Massachusetts doesn't have the death penalty. When I think of all the lives altered by so much pain, though I do not believe in the death penalty, I have to fight with the part of me that almost hopes for the death penalty.
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