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Boston bomber: Barrett asks DOJ lawyer why Biden admin wants to reinstate death sentence amid execution pause

Justice Amy Coney Barrett pressed a Biden administration lawyer on why it is trying to reinstate the death sentence for Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev even though the attorney general ordered a moratorium on federal executions earlier this year.

"What's the government's end game here?" Barrett asked Justice Department lawyer Eric Feigin during a Supreme Court oral argument Wednesday.

Barrett said that if the Biden administration gets its way, Tsarnaev would be "relegated to living under threat of a death sentence that the government doesn't plan to carry out."

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If they we're bombs...

michael mazur

..in the usual sense, with blast wave of velocity around 27,000 fps, and comfortably filling the back pack, even the threads would be shredded, with none to be found.

As there was no intention to do widespread damage, only to let the media run with the word bombing, the devices were more low yield incendiary devices than actual bombs in the real meaning of the term.

There was a large store window there that was shattered into large shards, as if some one had been at it with a baseball bat.

On the other hand when terrorist politicians drop bombs on foreign cities, just dust and rubble remain, hardly the work of baseball bats.

michael mazur

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