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Thank you -- -- the nineteen year old Boston bombing suspect has now been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property resulting in death.
He has now been read his Miranda rights and -- signed an attorney.
Yeah to break down the charges as criminal defense attorney and Fox News contributor are right -- thanks good morning.
Article in today's Boston Herald interviews a bunch of not top but criminal defense attorneys who say.
You know this may seem cut and -- but there are actually.
A lot of problems with this case first of all the -- nineteen is no criminal record.
People say he was just to do but his older brother.
Also if -- provides valuable information that might help them to get her lighter sentence and this whole issue that he wasn't -- dies right away what say you other holes in this case.
Well I don't know what to say there are -- in this case hitting the little bit of the stretch.
All these -- always come down to the jury pool so the defense attorneys -- don't be surprised they asked for change of venue.
To -- Timothy McVeigh did it with the Oklahoma bombing they moved him I believed to Colorado.
What if this case stays in Boston which I believe it well.
That that city has been -- in a way similar to the way the New York City was rocked today.
And I believe we're gonna -- some swift justice here.
All of those factors you mentioned how could you -- with the the death penalty phase they don't have to do with his liability did he do -- or did he do this.
I think he's going to be shown rather easily that he did do this I think -- between.
All the technical stuff the DNA decided to -- -- I don't -- and and possibly his own statements.
So it's I don't know whether if you -- it -- clean it's his can be what should the punishment.
-- in the realm of possibilities -- jury cannot think they have to be unanimous.
On the death penalty so they decide that can't be unanimous and he gets life in prison without parole well that's not exactly -- gift.
Were nineteen year old to spend.
Federal life without parole -- a case like this he would wind up in Marion.
In the twenty stories underground.
In solitary confinement I have -- and things of -- That is a vicious vicious way to live the rest feel like you're nineteen years.
Yeah out well and to that point some people arguing that he might prefer the death penalty he might be the best everything -- and tried to martyr himself or try to get out of spending life -- well I.
You know what I have.
Rational if I don't know if this person is rational what a rational thinking person.
Would much rather -- Garrity have a -- put in there on the go to sleep that -- 304050.
Ended the horrific conditions.
Of solitary Q a about the issue -- him not getting as our rights read him right off the top.
Looked at this was the biggest you know this is obviously the biggest controversy.
There is an exception -- was Supreme Court case in 1984.
That that have -- this exemption you're allowed to do this in very limited circumstances.
I believe this would fit into those very limited circumstances.
Yeah as a country we have decided that.
Yes the right to be -- regular -- is really supreme however there are times when the view rights and the rest of the country as a period and the rights of the individual.
All right our -- dollar thank you as always for joining us and.
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