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May 2, 2013 - 12:57 am

Former federal prosecutor and PJM columnist Andrew McCarthy talks to Col. Allen B. West of PJM’s Next Generation TV about the challenges prosecutors will face in prosecuting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Is federal court the right forum in which to prosecute the Boston Marathon bomber? Is a military commission a more appropriate forum? Find out.

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The Next Generation initiatives from PJ Media were launched in February 2013. Under the brand of NextGeneration.TV, they focus on the issues of the day through the perspective of the next generation, as well as how all Americans can stand up for their nation’s future. Through weekly newsletters and alerts, Internet TV, live events, social media, and outreach programs, the NextGeneration.TV team helps grandparents, parents and youth examine the issues confronting the next generation in the areas of America’s economic future, educational pursuits, employment, safety and security, and basic human freedoms.

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I like the idea of placing him in a room with a crock pot, and telling him it has a timer on it, and chaining him to a chair where he can't reach it to do anything to stop. Maybe leave a saw, so if he really wanted to save himself he could cut his arm or leg off.

But then some have called me strange.

Just tired of the compassion given to murderers by libs/dems/obozoids/low information voters and the lawyers that inhabit the top echelon of our government
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Why prosecute? We have video of him placing the bomb and smirking after it goes off.

I say hang him!
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go for the sure thing: charge him with hit and run and manslaughter for killing his brother. Grand theft auto and car jacking. That should put him away for awhile.
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He needs to be "successfully prosecuted"? Seriously? Is Eric Holder going to personally take on his defense?
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