Supreme Court Reinstates Death Sentence For Boston Bomber Tsarnaev

The Supreme Court approved a 3-1 vote on ideological grounds to restore the death penalty for Dzhokhar Trsarnaev, the Boston Bomber who survived.

Tsarnaev’s older brother Tamerlan was responsible for the horrific bombing attack on the Boston Marathon finish line in 2013. It killed three and left hundreds injured.

Court’s ruling reverses a decision of a lower court.

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The Case’s History

Tsarnaev’s death sentence was thrown out by a lower court in 2020. The court ruled that Tsarnaev’s death sentence was invalidated because the judge excluded evidence which would have shown that Tsarnaev, the younger brother, had been influenced. This made him less responsible. 

 Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the opinion for the six majority Justices.

Thomas wrote, “Dzhokhar Tsarnaev committed heinous crimes. However, the Sixth Amendment guaranteed that he would be tried before an impartial jury. He received one.” Writing for the dissent, Justice Stephen Breyer stated, “In my view, the Court of Appeals acted lawfully in holding that the District Court should have allowed Dzhokhar to introduce this evidence.”

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America’s Crime pays when Democrats Take Charge

Tsarnaev recently received a $1400 COVID relief cheque. 

Senator Tom Cotton, R-AR (in the lead up to passage of the huge COVID relief bill) Cotton added an amendment to the bill that would prohibit felons from receiving federal cash.

Tsarnaev failed to agree and was given a report.

But while a judge ordered Tsarnaev’s check to go towards restitution he was ordered to pay victims, what did Sen. Cotton receive for his troubles? After a bit of fact-checking by the Washington Post, Cotton claimed that Tsarnaev received less money than he actually was.

However, the fact-checkers at the Washington Post got their own lesson in “facts.” In the beginning, the paper said Cotton’s claims were “hyped up,” but later had to admit that Tsarnaev and other felons did indeed receive stimulus checks.

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Tsarnaev’s brother and taxpayers were both injured in the Tsarnaev attack. But, there was something worse.

Readers may recall the cover of the August 2013 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, which featured a picture of Tsarnaev with the brooding “I’m misunderstood” gaze of a rock star just waiting for the groupies after the show.

Indeed, there were many groupies. You could see the old saying that good girls like bad boys. Rolling Stone was brought to justice for their pinup of Tsarnaev.

Dzhokhar Trarnaev (now 28) will not likely see an execution date and will soon outgrow the sulky look he wore as a boy-band member by the time that he is charged with the crime.