The Boston Marathon Bomber Is Undoubtedly Guilty, But Should He Be Executed? : The NPR Politics Podcast The Supreme Court heard arguments for and against reinstating the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber. President Biden himself has argued against ever using the death penalty, but here his administration is arguing that Tsarnaev should receive the harshest punishment.

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The Boston Marathon Bomber Is Undoubtedly Guilty, But Should He Be Executed?

The Boston Marathon Bomber Is Undoubtedly Guilty, But Should He Be Executed?

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The Supreme Court heard arguments for and against reinstating the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Bomber. President Biden himself has argued against ever using the death penalty, but here his administration is arguing that Tsarnaev should receive the harshest punishment.

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