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Second bombing suspect was arrested after being found under a tarp, in a boat, near the area of the shootout between the suspect

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  • Safado
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    Best police action that I've ever seen. The various police departments cooperated, got onto the right guys and took one of them alive. I don't care what it cost; the world needs to know that when you do something like that you will be caught and punished!

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  • Carl Huber
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    For what I have seen in my plus years. Growing up in Brooklyn. The government will use the death penalty as a bargaining chip. If the suspect has anyone to rat on, he will luck out. Also being baptized into the Catholic faith there is a danger of hanging someone on a cross. This martyrdom is all some of these wastes of skin will need to motivate some other young men. Better he should be locked away in some hole till he is a vague memory.
    PS; I am not opposed to the death penalty in the least. But it is a tool and should be exercised as such.

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  • Treestand
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    They Cost Boston $350,000,000/+.In One Week of Terra!
    Now the Scumbag cant talk with a neck wound. How much more will it cost the Good People of this Great Country to Try and Fry his A$$??? Or will Obama step-in to save face over "Gun Control" and send him to Git-mo Bay???

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  • scratchgolf72
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    glad we caught him alive, i hope they torture the $hit our of him.

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  • 99explorer
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    If he's tried in a federal court, he can get the death penalty.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    I think the problem with fixing a cause of death is whether the bullets killed him or was it injuries from his brother driving over him with the car. Also initially heard something about trauma from explosion but I suspect that was referring to the injuries from vehicle. I hope it's the latter cause of death. That'll give the punk little brother something to think about for the rest of his life. No short rope, deadly needle or any other form of execution in Massachusetts. I'm pretty dang sure that's a non-capital punishment state. Shucks!

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  • Gary Devine
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    When I was young the neighborhood kids would throw eggs or snow balls at moving cars and run away. Today, the kids are shooting up schools and making bombs for a marathon.

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  • 99explorer
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    His brother was so shot up that the doctors at the hospital could not determine the cause of death. No lie, G.I.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    Now e will spend millions of dollars trying him in court, handling appeals, and feeding him. In the end I hope it is a short rope for the little coward.

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  • Carl Huber
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    The Officers involved had more than one task. Finding this Terrorist alive was for most. Avoiding Booby Traps, minimizing further lose of life for themselves and the population at large and doing a thorough search. I would say their plate was full and they did an exemplary job. Just because a civilian noticed something out of place was of no consequence. The Son of Sam was caught because of a parking ticket. Joel Rifkin was caught because of a loose license plate. Or as he put it "it's always because of a 50 cent part.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    The usual course at that point would be to take hostages and then take them out with him in a final blaze of glory. I am thankful that this fella thought better of following the terrorist rule book. Maybe he finally came to his senses ... somewhat. Getting one's arse shot up and watching brother get blown to smitherenes tends to be sobering experience.

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  • mspl8sdcntryboy
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    Right on 99, how the devil did he get past an area already swept by police, FBI and military? I would say that he wasn't exactly stupid, young and scared certainly, but not stupid.

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  • 99explorer
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    Actually, that boat was a pretty good choice for a hiding place. It had already been searched by the police earlier in the day.
    The fugitive had been badly wounded and was bleeding profusely. The boat owner spotted the blood stains and called the police.
    The boat was then surrounded by police, and if the suspect had put up a fight, that boat would have been blown to smithereens.
    He is semi-comatose in the hospital right now, and it may be a while before the police are permitted to question him.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Well, he didn't just give up, judging by the amount of gunfire that was exchanged before he was captured. Gad, that was pretty scary to hear. Fortunately, this time the cops were able to evacuate everyone in the neighborhood before the firefight started. It was EXTREMELY fortunate that no civilians were hit in the exchange that took place the night before when his brother was killed. One fella had a bullet come through his house, through his office chair in front of his computer, and then fell on the floor. Looked like it was from a good-sized pistol. That's one homeowner who may never blog again!

    I am surprised the guy was taken alive. I'd also be surprised if that boat is still seaworthy!

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    C'mon MSpl8- you're talking about a city boy blogger hiding from trained pro's, yes they did an awesome job, but the captured alive is much more remarkable than finding him. If there weren't 600,000 innocent civilians surrounding him in every house their job would've been a breeze. He was a wack job that crawled into a boat, I've been to parties that drunk kids found more creative hiding spots to get through the night. He deserves the utmost disrespect we can legally show him, and to be punished and embarrassed without ever gaining his ultimate goal of fame and martyrdom.

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