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Old December 31st, 2013, 05:24 AM
bonnyprincecharlie bonnyprincecharlie is offline
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Default Boston Bomber would agree with you

"On June 19, 1953 an eight-year-old boy was watching a ballgame with his grandpa. They interrupted the game to say that Julius and Ethel Rosenberg had just been executed. The boy asked his grandfather to explain. After hearing and understanding what had transpired, the boy said, "That's wrong."

The boy was me, and it's still wrong, always was, always will be."

Welll you have another chance to say it's wrong in the case of the Boston Bomber. According to a story I read the US attorney general will have the opportunity to make the decision whether or not the Boston Bomber will face the death penalty if he is convicted of the crimes he is accused of commiting.
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