Guilty Verdict in First Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

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Soulfly

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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/22/us/jury-reaches-a-verdict-in-first-boston-bombing-trial.html?_r=0
 

derwoodii

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not sure where to put this and not wising to start new thread as many already, may I add this news story here

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/19/us/man-charged-in-boston-marathon-bombings-to-appear-in-court.html


BOSTON — A bearded Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, accused of planting bombs at the 2013 Boston Marathon, made a brief appearance in court Thursday, quietly telling the judge that he was satisfied with his lawyers.

Mr. Tsarnaev, 21, looked small and thin in a black sweater and gray slacks that were cinched at the waist with a black belt. He slouched somewhat in his chair and frequently felt his chinstrap-shaped beard. His hair is even longer and more unruly than it was in April 2013, when he was captured inside a boat parked in a suburban driveway after a manhunt that shut down the Boston region.


plus this is an interesting few minutes


Published on Dec 18, 2014
Marc Fucarile, an amputee survivor of the April 2013 attack on the Boston marathon, confronted supporters of the accused Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as he arrived at the courthouse in Boston, Thursday. The supporters argue there is not enough proof to accuse Tsarnaev of the attack.
 

ColtCabana

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I just don't get how you can want a fair trial and want all evidence released to the public before the trial.

If you don't know the judicial system, it would make more sense to not talk about.
 

Svartbjørn

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I just don't get how you can want a fair trial and want all evidence released to the public before the trial.

If you don't know the judicial system, it would make more sense to not talk about.
Tis the culture in the Western World.. lots of ppl talk about stuff they dont understand and expect others to believe and listen to them. Its exactly why I have this quote
as my signature.
 

SR1419

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The alleged bomber still has supporters- "mostly young women" spouting conspiracy theories. The irony being his defense attorneys trying to get rid of them as they "reflect badly" on their client.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-02-24/boston-bomb-judge-denies-bid-to-halt-suspect-supporter-protests

 

ColtCabana

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The alleged bomber still has supporters- "mostly young women" spouting conspiracy theories. The irony being his defense attorneys trying to get rid of them as they "reflect badly" on their client.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-02-24/boston-bomb-judge-denies-bid-to-halt-suspect-supporter-protests

At least there is some sort of "opposition" at the Courthouse:

Another perspective

Boston graduate student Sean Hughes, who debated with Tsarnaev's supporters outside Moakley Courthouse, believes massive support either for or against the Tsarnaev brothers is premature.
"There is so much evidence that the general population is not privy to that forming an opinion based on such a small amount of information is a real bad habit to take up. Unfortunately, it’s really easy to fall into conspiracy theories," said Hughes, later adding that theories regarding the brothers being "set up" are baseless.

"Most importantly, we have a timeline of events that haven’t even gone to court yet and a ton of evidence that only privileged eyes have seen," said Hughes. "There are certainly going to be inconsistencies that seem "suspicious." Despite all the evidence they claimed they had, I walked away from Moakley Courthouse today with one question unanswered; if the evidence was so damning, then why isn’t his defense team using it?"
Rest of the article here.
 
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