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Authorities seek 'persons of interest' in U.S. tied to Boston bombing

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And thanks to the brilliant attorney general we now lost the valuable info Dzhokhar was providing! These guys were and are terrorists even if the administration can't admit it.

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" In each case, Rogers said, “there was outside affirmation of their intent to commit an act of jihad.” In the Boston bombing, “I believe that happened in the United States,” he said."

And what would so anger someone as to drive them to acts of violence? Is it because they hate liberty, as some previous illustrious leaders have said? Or could it be for the reasons the extremists themselves have stated? To be perfectly clear, acts of violence are abhorrent whether perpetrated by religious radicals or otherwise costumed aggressors.

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You reap what you sow.

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You reap what you sow.

Yup, and those two crazy terrorists got what they deserved. No regrets.

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