Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    Have you noticed that there are no former co-workers stepping forward speaking about the older brother?

    Age 26 did have a job? Did he ever have a job? Am I the only one wondering?

    Because they entered the country to escape politcal asylum they were immediately entitled to welfare and other forms of public assistance.

    Who paid for the Russian vacation, and what kind of guns did they have? Where did they come from? Who paid for them?

    And did he learn his bomb making skills while on his Russian vacation?

     

     

     
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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    In response to AL34's comment:

    The FBI screwed the pooch on these guys, then could not identify them from photos which is unbelieveable. The 100,000 dollar question is who is paying the tuition at theses top schools in Boston for these two supposed students. 

    This guy could be considered an enemy combatant and actually shipped to Guantanamo Bay Cuba if the Justice Department deemed. At this point the American Civil Liberties is going to get involved and want to defend him.



    It's funny how people try to use the slippery slope argument in regards to paying higher taxes and other social ideas, but the idea of the united states government having absolute power to detain united states citizens (that's what this kid is) and label them enemy combatants and ship the to gitmo as you just suggested doesn't bother them at all. Absolutely brilliant. Now let's come back to reality for a second. This isn't about vengence it is about justice.

     
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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    In response to RSF4Life234's comment:

    In response to AL34's comment:

     

    The FBI screwed the pooch on these guys, then could not identify them from photos which is unbelieveable. The 100,000 dollar question is who is paying the tuition at theses top schools in Boston for these two supposed students. 

    This guy could be considered an enemy combatant and actually shipped to Guantanamo Bay Cuba if the Justice Department deemed. At this point the American Civil Liberties is going to get involved and want to defend him.

     



    It's funny how people try to use the slippery slope argument in regards to paying higher taxes and other social ideas, but the idea of the united states government having absolute power to detain united states citizens (that's what this kid is) and label them enemy combatants and ship the to gitmo as you just suggested doesn't bother them at all. Absolutely brilliant. Now let's come back to reality for a second. This isn't about vengence it is about justice.

     



    There is also a legitimate concern the surviving brother has information that could prevent future planned terrorist attacks.

    Once he is given his Miranda rights he lawyers up he clams up we find out nothing.

    Not a lawyer but after given miranda he has a right to remain silent.

     
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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    In response to AL34's comment:

    In response to RSF4Life234's comment:

     

    In response to AL34's comment:

     

    The FBI screwed the pooch on these guys, then could not identify them from photos which is unbelieveable. The 100,000 dollar question is who is paying the tuition at theses top schools in Boston for these two supposed students. 

    This guy could be considered an enemy combatant and actually shipped to Guantanamo Bay Cuba if the Justice Department deemed. At this point the American Civil Liberties is going to get involved and want to defend him.

     



    It's funny how people try to use the slippery slope argument in regards to paying higher taxes and other social ideas, but the idea of the united states government having absolute power to detain united states citizens (that's what this kid is) and label them enemy combatants and ship the to gitmo as you just suggested doesn't bother them at all. Absolutely brilliant. Now let's come back to reality for a second. This isn't about vengence it is about justice.

     

     



    Do you remember the US citizen who killed the CIA agent in Afghanistan ? He was fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan. He was considered an enemy combatant.

     




    John Walker Lindh

     
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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    Two from Kazakhstan in custody...

     
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    Re: Clear case for the DEATH PENALTY?

    Don't know why all these posts were deleted.

     

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