Skip to comments.Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect to Face Victims' Families in Court
Posted on 07/09/2013 12:02:02 PM PDT by bgill
For the first time since a pair of bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 260 others in mid-April, the surviving bombing suspect is expected to be in court to hear charges leveled against him Wednesday.
A probable cause hearing for Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, will be held at 3:30 p.m. ET at the same South Boston federal courthouse where notorious Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger's trial is underway. Authorities told ABC News there will be a heavy police presence around the courthouse as charges contained in a 30-count indictment against Tsarnaev are laid out.
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I hope that the families aren’t expecting some sort of remorse from this subhuman. They’ll be awful disappointed.
If you ask me, he should be facing a whipping post and a very strong guy with a cat-o’-nine-tails.
Sometimes, I think that such punishment may be the only way back from Koranimals' Sharia agenda. I'm still amazed that the NOW group and MSM doesn't condemn these creatures for their abuses against women.
Why were THE TERRORISTS (flagged by Russia,
the FBI, their parents, and others)
he allowed in without a passport???
... and yet American children and women
must have their genital checked, and
veterans be impugned?
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO AMERICA???
By the very highest elected officials.
These things are always pointless. Remember the guy who showed up for sentencing wearing a T-shirt on which he had written the word "killer" on the front? While flipping off the families?
I think he should have to face them out back of the court building.
Give them rocks. Let them pack heat. Have a supply of four foot lengths of two-by-fours handy.
Set up a bat rack.
Leave a few drivers with those cute little socks out there.
Mayby they could warm up with some 4/10 salt load, so the perp could know they're serious. Don't want any confusion.
Nice part is, you don't need an interpreter for this sort of thing. Everything that happens next is guaranteed to be universally understood.
We know what you're up to. And now you know what we're up to. And now your little buddies know too. Our patience is up. From here on out we're gong to f u up, when you pull this stuff.
You won't spend a long term in prison. You won't have to worry about us being humane. We'll just use the same code of conduct you did. All's fair... right?
Not much in the news about this. Guess it doesn’t fit the media agenda.
I remember reading that the nurses in the hospital had a hard time not calling him ‘hon’ like with other patients.
We gotta lot of trials going on across the country!
I remember reading that the nurses in the hospital had a hard time not calling him hon like with other patients.
I’ll bet most of the nurses would have liked to call him something much less endearing.