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  • Why the death penalty is so crucial to the Boston Marathon bombing trial

    The Washington Post - 01/06/2015

    The people who are ultimately selected must all share something in common: They cannot be opposed to the death penalty.

    “This case is not about guilt,” Daniel Medwed, a law professor at Northeastern University, told NPR. “In my mind, this case is really about whether or not he’s going to get the death penalty.”

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