As the two suspects in the Boston marathon bombing are now dead or captured, the argument raging in the political and law enforcement world is, should the captured suspect, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, be treated as an “enemy combatant,” or afforded access to the U.S. Legal system?
Knowing now that the older of the two brothers, who was killed by police, traveled to Russia, where he is suspected to have received terrorist training, is it fair to assume that the other brother in custody was indoctrinated, radicalized, and instructed by his dead brother?
A little FYI, two years ago the Russia government warned the U.S. government about the dead brother’s possible ties to Islamic terror groups.
Now a group of U.S. Senators and Congressmen are calling for the Obama administration to hold the captured Islamic terrorist as an “enemy combatant.”Do you agree? Regardless of whether the suspect is a U.S. citizen or a naturalized citizen, should he face the same wrath and punishment that his fellow terrorists or enemy combatants are experiencing in Guantanamo Bay? Tell us what you think.
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