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Boston case tests the federal death penalty


The Boston bombing case raises moral questions about one of the most polarizing topics of our time: When guilt is unquestioned, the crimes are horrifying, and the possibility for redemption is slim, is this the time for the death penalty? And if it is, then what happens to all of us when our government kills as an act of retribution?