I'm On Fire wrote:Yay! I am glad the people of Mass can rest easier now. But now we all get to pay for him to stay in a luxury prison and talk to fancy lawyers who will no doubt claim he is innocent. Then we'll get to watch him on TV more as his trial drags on and on and on for years. They'll ban all pressure cookers, nails, ball bearings. You'll need a licence to buy building supplies, bearings for your car. They'll somehow get a gun ban related to the pressure cooker ban. Should've put a bullet in this kid's head.
I tend to agree totally... I dont mind hearing about future cells, conections and what might occur to Chechnya or the groups that may have incited these punks... but I seriously dont want to hear anything further about this 19 year old (lock him up and throw away the key, burn him at the stake, i just dont care).