Should the Marathon bomber’s trial be held in Boston?

It’s not a question of guilt or innocence. There is ample evidence including (possibly) a confession. The real task of the jury in the Marathon bomber’s trial is determining whether or not he will be executed. Will they let their collective anger drive them or will they look at the evidence and the circumstances and decide? Is this something we can trust anyone from Boston to do?

I’ll be honest and say I don’t know and won’t even hazard a guess. We’ll just have to wait and see.

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