US Supreme Court Reinstates Death Sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Victim of Boston Marathon Bombing Frameup
Paul Craig Roberts
In a 6-3 decision today the US Supreme Court overturned the ruling by the appeals court that had set aside the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the grounds that he did not receive a fair trial.
He most certainly did not get a fair trial. He and his brother were framed for the Boston Marathon bombing in support of the terror narrative at the time. The older brother was killed by police, and Dzhokhar survived his intended death by shooting and was put on trial. He had to be found guilty in order to support the official narrative.
Attorney John Remington Graham and others intervened in the case, and on appeal the sentence was set aside. On a Conservative/Liberal vote, the Supreme Court has saved the day for the frameup.