Should the Boston Bombing Suspect be Tried as an Enemy Combatant?

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  • Boston Bombing Suspect Not Enemy Combatant

    While the Boston bombing suspect wanted to commit crimes against the United States, he shouldn't be labeled as an enemy combatant for any reason. He was a terrorist acting with his brother but not much else. He should be tried as an ordinary domestic terrorist, and then be punished accordingly, depending upon how the courts rule.

  • Normal Trial Needed

    I do not believe the Boston Bombing Suspect should be tried as an enemy combatant. I believe the Boston Bombing suspect is a young kid who was more than likely following his older brother's lead, who is now dead. I believe the suspect should be tried in a normal court of law, to which, he would more than likely receive life in prison.

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