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(US Department of Justice)   Here's the DoJ press release detailing how everything went down for the various charges. An interesting read regardless   (justice.gov ) divider line
    More: Interesting, DOJ, Tsarnaev, Massachusetts State Police, senseless violence, Boston Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations, weapons of mass destruction, Boston Marathon  
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2013-04-22 03:40:55 PM  
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JohnnyC: Suspect in Boston Marathon Attack Charged with Using a Weapon of Mass Destruction

I think this is a stupid way to charge him. Neither of those bombs strike me as being "Weapons of Mass Destruction". Nuclear weapons, large scale biological or chemical weapons... those are weapons of mass destruction. A homemade pressure cooker shrapnel bomb... It is a weapon. It does create destruction, but it's not a weapon of mass destruction... not even remotely.


It's an abbreviation for a weapon of Massachusetts destruction.
2013-04-22 03:27:05 PM  
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Can't believe we didn't find any pressure cookers in Iraq...
2013-04-22 03:19:59 PM  
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ourbigdumbmouth: They're going to plead him down to Man 1, time served.

/only knows Law&Order justice system


But that's only because he is giving them info on the Big Fish. Info which will later be deemed inadmissible at Big Fish's trial, leading to much consternation at the 45 minute mark of the episode.
2013-04-22 03:15:19 PM  
1 vote:
They're going to plead him down to Man 1, time served.

/only knows Law&Order justice system
 
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