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(USA Today)   Boston Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is awake and responding to questions via writing   (usatoday.com) divider line 561
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2013-04-21 08:40:40 PM
Stupid Fartbongo should have just wiped the guy out with a drone.  Now he's gonna write literature and recruit new terrorists and we'll all be farked.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-04-21 08:45:10 PM
He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.
 
2013-04-21 08:45:21 PM
I wonder what they're asking him at this point... has it been for-sure decided where he'll be tried, yet (military or civi court)?
 
2013-04-21 08:46:00 PM
it would be nice if all Americans could receive the level of free health care that this piece of sh*t has received.
 
2013-04-21 08:46:32 PM

ambassador_ahab: Stupid Fartbongo should have just wiped the guy out with a drone.  Now he's gonna write literature and recruit new terrorists and we'll all be farked.


Bad news dude.


dl.dropboxusercontent.com
 
2013-04-21 08:47:08 PM

ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.


Get whatever you think you can get out of him and then put him in general lockup before the trial.

Things will take care of themselves.
 
2013-04-21 08:47:25 PM
Well, isn't that just dandy?
 
2013-04-21 08:47:57 PM
At the very least, it sounds like his self-inflicted wound (along with, I presume, a couple of inflicted ones here or there) will be nagging, painful injuries for years to come.  Just like the people who he hurt.  It's not perfect, but it's a start.
 
2013-04-21 08:48:32 PM
He just drew a picture of Kevin Spacey.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-04-21 08:49:56 PM
BrieBelle00

Military court is not plausible based on what we know now. Military court is very unlikely even if we learn he was a member of a foreign-directed terrorist group against which the President is authorized to use military force. He's a United States citizen caught in the United States after committing a crime within the United States.

The real question is state court (life without parole) or federal court (death).
 
2013-04-21 08:51:36 PM

calbert: it would be nice if all Americans could receive the level of free health care that this piece of sh*t has received.


The victims of the bombing did. Everyone gets life saving help from the hospital! It's against the law not to!

All you have to do is get though the door and they have to do everything they can to save you.
 
2013-04-21 08:51:43 PM
I don't think Hallmark even makes a card for this occasion.

Get Well Soon ...so we can try you in a court of law and send your blood thirsty little punkass to PMITA prison for the rest of your miserable farked up life!
 
2013-04-21 08:51:49 PM
i140.photobucket.com

/*ding, ding*
 
2013-04-21 08:52:42 PM
He's a a stress free kind of guy
 
2013-04-21 08:55:18 PM

ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.


It doesn't say whether or not he's being interrogated.  It does say he's "not in any condition to be interrogated."  They might just be asking things like "Do you need any pillows" or whatever.

Then again, they might not be.
 
2013-04-21 08:56:39 PM
Dear Darla,

I hate your stinking guts. You're the scum between my toes.

Love, Alfalfa.
 
2013-04-21 08:56:59 PM

ZAZ: BrieBelle00

Military court is not plausible based on what we know now. Military court is very unlikely even if we learn he was a member of a foreign-directed terrorist group against which the President is authorized to use military force. He's a United States citizen caught in the United States after committing a crime within the United States.

The real question is state court (life without parole) or federal court (death).


Oh, I completely agree with you - I thought the dimwits in Congress were still trying to get it moved to the Military Courts.
 
2013-04-21 08:58:17 PM

ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.


I don't think we're gonna care about a confession.  we're just gonna strip him of his rights, torture the f*ck outta him, and then kill him.  he might get a show trial of some sort but he's a dead man walking and i'm sure he knows it.
 
2013-04-21 09:00:33 PM

Weaver95: ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.

I don't think we're gonna care about a confession.  we're just gonna strip him of his rights, torture the f*ck outta him, and then kill him.  he might get a show trial of some sort but he's a dead man walking and i'm sure he knows it.


Well I just got a warm and fuzzy, here.
 
2013-04-21 09:00:58 PM

ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.


It doesn't matter if he confesses.  Or says of does anything for that matter.  He's obviously guilty.  They could convict him if he were in a coma.

His only hope to live (if he wants to) is full cooperation in exchange for life.
 
2013-04-21 09:00:59 PM
they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.
 
2013-04-21 09:03:33 PM

Weaver95: we're just gonna strip him of his rights


Maybe.

Weaver95: torture the f*ck outta him


Doubt it, in this particular case.

Weaver95: and then kill him


Maybe.
 
2013-04-21 09:03:41 PM

Nadie_AZ: Weaver95: ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.

I don't think we're gonna care about a confession.  we're just gonna strip him of his rights, torture the f*ck outta him, and then kill him.  he might get a show trial of some sort but he's a dead man walking and i'm sure he knows it.

Well I just got a warm and fuzzy, here.


I don't.  I mean if we're going to bother having laws and rights and all that stuff, then they should apply to even idiots like this guy.  Because if we strip him of his rights then we can strip the rights away from ANYONE.  I hope this ends up in criminal court and not a military tribunal.  that would be a very very bad precedent.
 
2013-04-21 09:05:31 PM
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2013-04-21 09:06:28 PM

SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.


this and only this
but the joke would be on the rest of us, if the cops failing to read him his rights led to his freedom ...
shudder

how hard is it to do things legally, instead of like children?
I think he understands that his only hope at this point is life in prison.
TADA
I will tell you everything in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table.
TADA
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-04-21 09:07:09 PM
I thought the dimwits in Congress were still trying to get it moved to the Military Courts.

A politician was blowing his mouth off. They do that sometimes. A military trial would have to be based on the global war on terror and the 2001 authorization for use of military force against terrorists. At this point there isn't any evidence of international terrorism or even domestic terrorism. Terrorism is not the same as killing a lot of people.

I heard an interview with Alan Dershowitz. He said he would flunk anybody in his class who suggested a military tribunal under the circumstances.
 
2013-04-21 09:07:30 PM

SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.


probably.  not that they aren't already tearing his life apart down to the sub-atomic level and seeing where he went off the rails into loonie toons land...but a nice discussion about motive and how/where he learned all his bomber tricks would help speed things up quite a bit.

if there ARE other bombers out there, other cells then you can bet they just got a great reason to kick their plans into high gear.  they know Tsarnaev will crack sooner or later and once he does, the Fed will come down on 'em all like a ton of bricks.
 
2013-04-21 09:13:50 PM

ZAZ: The real question is state court (life without parole) or federal court (death).


They used a bomb.  That makes it federal.  I suppose they could charge him in both jurisdictions, but I think the feds would take the lead.
 
2013-04-21 09:14:21 PM

Weaver95: Nadie_AZ: Weaver95: ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.

I don't think we're gonna care about a confession.  we're just gonna strip him of his rights, torture the f*ck outta him, and then kill him.  he might get a show trial of some sort but he's a dead man walking and i'm sure he knows it.

Well I just got a warm and fuzzy, here.

I don't.  I mean if we're going to bother having laws and rights and all that stuff, then they should apply to even idiots like this guy.  Because if we strip him of his rights then we can strip the rights away from ANYONE.  I hope this ends up in criminal court and not a military tribunal.  that would be a very very bad precedent.


I agree about the rights, but military tribunal...

Do millitary tribunals have to recognize your alleged rank? I could park my car in the highway U-turn lane, wait for a statie to come issue the ticket, declare it a military action and get recognized at the tribunal as Captain Doglover, and viola (or contrabass)! I'm a CO for $300 plus a few points on the license.
 
2013-04-21 09:15:06 PM

ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.


What does state court have to do with this?
 
2013-04-21 09:15:15 PM
FTFA: "He's [just] a 19-year-old boy."

<chapelle>
    How old is 15, anyway??
</chapelle>
 
2013-04-21 09:15:15 PM
Perhaps they could import that Chinese nut-crusher lady for a couple of weeks.   An eye for an eye, a nut job for a nut job.
 
2013-04-21 09:16:23 PM
Responding to question, Columbia is interviewing him already?
 
2013-04-21 09:16:46 PM

namatad: SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.

this and only this
but the joke would be on the rest of us, if the cops failing to read him his rights led to his freedom ...
shudder

how hard is it to do things legally, instead of like children?
I think he understands that his only hope at this point is life in prison.
TADA
I will tell you everything in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table.
TADA


He'll grow old in the SuperMax in Colorado.
 
2013-04-21 09:18:12 PM
Make sure he doesn't use the pen to stab himself to death.
 
2013-04-21 09:18:28 PM

SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.


Seemingly airtight evidence is ruled inadmissible every day in the US legal system for a variety of reasons. If they have a fully Mirandized confession (preferably with his attorney in the room), that just solidifies the case against him further.
 
2013-04-21 09:19:16 PM
can you really stop someone from killing themselves (without tortuous methods like 24x7 strap down)? Cant you just punch yourself in the throat, or something?

/macabe.. but i thought i'd ask.
 
2013-04-21 09:19:19 PM
Do you wish you'd just stuck to smoking weed and playing soldier on Xbox? (Check one)

[ ] Yes
[ ] No
 
2013-04-21 09:19:26 PM
Shouldn't he be using Twitter or something?
 
2013-04-21 09:19:47 PM

Snapper Carr: SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.

Seemingly airtight evidence is ruled inadmissible every day in the US legal system for a variety of reasons. If they have a fully Mirandized confession (preferably with his attorney in the room), that just solidifies the case against him further.


I think it's safe to say that the rules are gonna get suspended on this one.
 
2013-04-21 09:20:33 PM

LookForTheArrow: can you really stop someone from killing themselves (without tortuous methods like 24x7 strap down)? Cant you just punch yourself in the throat, or something?

/macabe.. but i thought i'd ask.


Bite the tongue.
 
2013-04-21 09:20:58 PM

Weaver95: Snapper Carr: SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.

Seemingly airtight evidence is ruled inadmissible every day in the US legal system for a variety of reasons. If they have a fully Mirandized confession (preferably with his attorney in the room), that just solidifies the case against him further.

I think it's safe to say that the rules are gonna get suspended on this one.



Sadly, I think you're right but until it's declared to fall under the NDAA, they have to treat it like any other criminal felony case.
 
2013-04-21 09:21:12 PM

Weaver95: Snapper Carr: SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.

Seemingly airtight evidence is ruled inadmissible every day in the US legal system for a variety of reasons. If they have a fully Mirandized confession (preferably with his attorney in the room), that just solidifies the case against him further.

I think it's safe to say that the rules are gonna get suspended on this one.


True or false, thinking like that scare me. Sure it makes sense in peace time, but when there is REAL confusion about who did what, what sort of prececdent does it establish?

Do it right, that's the american way.
 
2013-04-21 09:21:14 PM
When I think of brothers indoctrinated to an extremist cause...

sa11bgoesblogging.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-04-21 09:21:17 PM
didn't they find more bombs at his apartment?  and don't they have video of him making the drop?
 
2013-04-21 09:21:29 PM

Altair: ZAZ: He's so full of drugs it doesn't matter whether he got his Miranda warning. State courts would not consider a confession under the circumstances to be voluntary.

What does state court have to do with this?


The MIT cop who was killed as well as other charges in the gun battle.  Those are state charges.
 
2013-04-21 09:21:36 PM

Lindsay Graham: keep him as enemy combatant to interrogate for intelligence purposes; try him in civilian court, can't use info from initial interrogation(s) for civil prosecution

(CNN) Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the suspect in federal custody for the Boston Marathon bombing, should be considered an enemy combatant only for interrogation purposes, not so he can be tried in a military tribunal, Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday. "He is not eligible for military commission trial," the Republican senator from South Carolina said on CNN's "State of the Union." Graham argued Tsarnaev should be tried in a civilian trial in federal courts.
Graham was among Republicans Saturday who called for the U.S. government to label Tsarnaev as an enemy combat so authorities could waive his legal rights while they question him for intelligence purposes.
"Most Americans want to find out what he knew, who he associated with, does he know about terrorist organizations within or without the country that are trying to hurt us? Does he know about a future attack?" Graham said on Sunday.
Graham said none of that information could be used against him in civilian court. Anytime Tsarnaev is questioned "about his guilt or innocence," then "he's entitled to his Miranda Rights and a lawyer."

link

Carl Levin: He's not an enemy combatant, don't hold him as one
The Obama administration has said it thinks terrorism suspects arrested inside the United States should be handled exclusively in the criminal justice system. It has indicated no intention to do otherwise in Mr. Tsarnaev's case, but the issue is taking on political currency, underscoring a major divide on national security legal policy.
Senator Carl Levin, a Michigan Democrat who is the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said in a statement that the laws of war did not apply to Mr. Tsarnaev and that there was so far no evidence that he was "part of any organized group, let alone Al Qaeda, the Taliban or one of their affiliates - the only organizations whose members are subject" to detention as a part of war.
"In the absence of such evidence, I know of no legal basis for his detention as an enemy combatant," Mr. Levin said. "To hold the suspect as an enemy combatant under these circumstances would be contrary to our laws and may even jeopardize our efforts to prosecute him for his crimes."

link

 
2013-04-21 09:21:47 PM

foo monkey: namatad: SlothB77: they don't need a confession, they got enough on him already.  they want to know motive and any other accomplices.

this and only this
but the joke would be on the rest of us, if the cops failing to read him his rights led to his freedom ...
shudder

how hard is it to do things legally, instead of like children?
I think he understands that his only hope at this point is life in prison.
TADA
I will tell you everything in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table.
TADA

He'll grow old in the SuperMax in Colorado.


And I'll be completely fine by that, as long as the punishment is carried out with the full consent of a jury in an open trial.
 
2013-04-21 09:21:47 PM
Ask him how he would like to die.
 
2013-04-21 09:21:58 PM
It was Claus Von Bulow with a vial of insulin.
 
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