Supreme Court TAKES It – Trump Is BACK – Biden Out Of Time

The Supreme Court has decided to take the death penalty case of the Boston Marathon bomber.

Eight years after he took part in a terror attack at the Boston Marathon that killed three people and injured more than 260, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s final fate could be decided by the Supreme Court.

The question isn’t whether or not Tsarnaev took part in the bombing. He has already been convicted of murder, among a host of other charges. The question is what his sentence will be: life behind bars or execution.

Like the Trump administration before it, the Biden administration thinks Tsarnaev ought to receive the death sentence. Unlike his predecessor, though, President Joe Biden has generally expressed opposition to the federal death penalty.

Liz Norden, whose two sons both lost legs in the bombing, believes Tsarnaev should be executed.

“I know a lot of people didn’t him want to get the death penalty for their own reasons,” Norden has said, according to Reuters. “Everybody’s entitled to their own thing. But for me, I wanted it.”

Let’s hope the Supreme Court does the just and right thing here.

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