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    New penalty phase of the trial has been ordered by U.S. District Judge George O'Toole.
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    I'm still shocked this trial was allowed to be held any closer than New Haven is to Boston, that corner of CT being the only part of New England not part of Red Sox Nation.

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    Trump will probably clear out the backlog of inmates this year he’s been set off by that horrid ruling. He was asked about earlier and he called it ridiculous.
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    Watertown police 'disheartened' by decision to overturn Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

    Watertown police officers are "disheartened" by the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

    Authorities say Tsarnaev and his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, set off the bomb near the finish line of the Boston Marathon in 2013, killing three people and injuring more than 260 others. Tamerlan Tsarnaev later died in a shootout with police.

    Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death in 2015 after being found guilty of 30 counts connected to the fatal marathon bombing on April 15, 2013.

    However, appeals judges overturned the decision Friday, more than six months after arguments were heard in the case, and ordered a new penalty phase trial.

    The Watertown Police Department tweeted a statement on Saturday expressing its disappointment with the court's decision. The department's police officers were involved in a shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers in Watertown on April 19, 2013.

    "His unconscionable acts of terrorism during the 2013 Boston Marathon and subsequent days has forever altered the lives of so many," the department tweeted. "We continue to mourn the loss of those who died; our hearts are always with their families and the hundreds of survivors impacted by this tragic event."








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    The members of the WPD are disheartened by the decision of the United States Federal Appeals Court to overturn the death penalty sentence of the Boston Marathon bomber. His unconscionable acts of terrorism during the 2013 Boston Marathon and subsequent days,

    1:25 PM Aug 1, 2020














    Watertown Police


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    has forever altered the lives of so many. We continue to mourn the loss of those who died; our hearts are always with their families and the hundreds of survivors impacted by this tragic event. #watertownstrong#BostonStrong





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    1:24 PM Aug 1, 2020












    Watertown Police


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    The members of the WPD are disheartened by the decision of the United States Federal Appeals Court to overturn the death penalty sentence of the Boston Marathon bomber. His unconscionable acts of terrorism during the 2013 Boston Marathon and subsequent days,

    1:25 PM Aug 1, 2020










    Gov. Charlie Baker tweeted Friday night that the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing and their families "deserve justice."

    "I hope this case is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law," Baker tweeted.








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    The Boston Marathon bombing was an act of terrorism that devastated families and residents across the Commonwealth and beyond. Victims and their families deserve justice and I hope this case is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    8:00 PM Jul 31, 2020










    In December 2019, Tsarnaevs lawyers argued in front of the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston that the death penalty ruling should be thrown out. They argued that Tsarnaev did not receive a fair trial, saying the trial should have been moved out of Boston, rather than it being held where the bombing occurred.

    They also pointed to social media posts from two jurors suggesting they harbored strong opinions even before the 2015 trial started.

    Tsarnaevs lawyers said one of the jurors, who would go on to become the jurys foreperson, published two dozen tweets in the wake of the bombings. One post after Tsarnaevs capture called him a piece of garbage.

    One juror had said in Twitter posts that that she was locked down with her family during the manhunt and retweeted another post calling Tsarnaev a piece of garbage, but later told the court she had not commented on the case or been asked to shelter in place, the defense said. On the day of Tsarnaevs sentencing, the juror changed her Facebook profile picture to an image that said BOSTON STRONG, a rallying cry used in the wake of the bombing, the attorneys said.

    The appeals judges, in a hearing on the case in early December, devoted a significant number of questions to the juror bias argument. They asked why the two jurors had not been dismissed, or at least why the trial judge had not asked them follow-up questions after the posts came to light on the eve of the trial.

    The judges noted that the Boston court has a longstanding rule obligating such an inquiry.

    The three-judge panel agreed with Tsarnaev's lawyers in the 240-page decision handed down Friday.

    "Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's convictions on Counts 13, 15, and 18 are reversed, and the district court is directed to enter a judgment of acquittal on those counts," the ruling, which was entered at 3 p.m. on Friday said. "Dzhohkar Tsarnaev's death sentences on Counts 4, 5, 9, 10, and 14 are vacated, and the matter is remanded to the district court with directions to hold a new penalty-phase trial.

    "But make no mistake: Dzhokhar will spend his remaining days locked up in prison, with the only matter remaining being whether he will die by execution, the judges added.

    A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorneys office in Boston said they were reviewing the opinion and declined further comment as of Friday night.

    Former Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority officer Dic Donohue, who was severely injured in a gunfight with the brothers, said the ruling was not surprising to him.

    And in any case, he wont be getting out and hasnt been able to harm anyone since he was captured," he tweeted.

    The mother of Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old killed in the attack, expressed outrage at the court's decision.

    I just dont understand it, Patricia Campbell told The Boston Globe. Its just terrible that hes allowed to live his life. Its unfair. He didnt wake up one morning and decide to do what he did. He planned it out. He did a vicious, ugly thing.

    President Donald Trump weighed in on the ruling during an address to supporters on the tarmac of Tampa International Airport.

    "I see in Boston, where you have the animal that killed so many people during the Boston Marathon, Trump said. They just sent this conviction for the death penalty back to the lower courts so theyll argue about that for a long time. Its ridiculous.

    "Since the first trial, we have always known that the perpetrator of that horrific violence would never leave the four corners of a prison cell," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said in a statement. "I have always supported the judicial process, and regardless of the ultimate outcome in this case, my focus will always be on supporting the families, the survivors, and all the people of our great city."

    The ruling comes less than a month after the Supreme Court cleared the way for the Trump administration to resume federal executions for the first time in 17 years.

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