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  •  I think it would depend on which entity (4+ / 0-)
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    Avila, charliehall2, wishingwell, jayden

    convicts. Since the feds are going first, the federal laws would apply. I'm against the death penalty, so I'm hoping for life in prison without the possibility of parole. Somehow, even that sounds horrendous considering the age of the guy.

    •  Yes and he will be in super max like (3+ / 0-)
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      grover, True North, HappyinNM

      Nichols, Rudolph, Unabomber is my thought.

      I think he will end up in isolation the rest of his life like that trio of bombers along with some Al Qaeda  convicts tried in our courts.

      Remember this is why McVeigh did not want to go through all the appeals process and he wanted to die quickly because he did not want the fate that was before him, rest of his life in super max isolation solitary.  

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      by wishingwell on Mon Apr 22, 2013 at 08:16:41 PM PDT

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