Muslim Terrorist and Boston Bomber Doesn’t Want 72 Virgins

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Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev doesn’t seem to be interested in his 72 virgins.  It turns out that this Muslim terrorist is just another whiny little punk who’s afraid to die.

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is likely to blame his ‘role model’ dead brother at trial to avoid the death penalty.

When Tsarnaev’s case begins, his lawyers are likely to pin their hopes – and the bombings themselves – on his older brother, Tamerlan: a Golden Gloves boxer, college student, husband and father who also followed radical Islam was named by a friend as a participant in a grisly 2011 triple slaying.

A side note on the political correctness – or cowardice – of the Daily Mail.  “Golden Gloves boxer, college student, husband and father…”  Please Daily Mail, let’s not try to pretend that these two punks are anything but Muslim terrorists and welfare leaches.  They played at other roles, but those were just roles in the pretend lives of two murderous butchers, role models for their so-called religion.

Tamerlan has already gone to Hell, interestingly enough, sent there by his brother Dzhokha.

What we have here is a Muslim terrorist who killed his brother trying to escape the rewards of their jihad.  You could say he threw his brother under the bus.  Or SUV, as the case may be.

And now it’s a second time around for the thankfully dead brother.  Here come the bus.  Here come the bus.  Order in the court room, here come the bus!

The relationship between the two brothers would likely be a key part of the evidence Dzhokhar’s lawyers present even if he’s convicted, said David Hoose, who represented a Massachusetts nurse who was spared the federal death penalty in the killings of four patients.

Under the federal death penalty law, juries deciding on a sentence can consider whether a defendant ‘was under unusual and substantial duress,’ regardless of whether duress is used as a defense to the charges. If the defense is allowed to use evidence of Tamerlan’s possible involvement in the triple murder, they could argue that Dzhokhar was under duress to participate in the marathon bombings, Hoose said.

The only question here is death penalty vs life without parole.  Ordinarily, we favor life without parole because it’s a worse sentence for people like this punk.  Twenty three hours a day in lockdown, forgotten by the world.  In this case though, we favor the death penalty.

We could see this punk getting out of prison in 30 or 40 or 50 years when one of Obama’s daughters is elected President and follows in her dad’s footsteps regarding Muslim terrorists and pardons him.

Give him the needle.  Let him find out Mohammed is fresh out of virgins.


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