Despite Rolling Stone’s attempt to present Boston Bomber suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a teen idol, one young American woman has an entirely different take on how child-killing terrorists should be viewed.

Providence College student Christine Rousselle shares her thoughts in TheCollegeConservative:

I have a classification of human beings that I use only in exceptional cases—I call it the “get off my planet” category. People who have attained “get off my planet” status include Steve Smith, who raped and murdered a six month old, Timothy McVeigh, who blew up a daycare and caused the deaths of 168 people, and as of April 19, Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev, who is currently on trial for the Boston Marathon bombing.

Unlike the harem of girls who believe “Jahar” to be innocent, and just happened to be photographed in the very wrong place at the very wrong time dropping a very coincidentally suspicious bag that strongly resembled the bomb remnants discovered by forensics next to an eight-year-old who would be dead within a few minutes, I believe Tsarnev and his now-deceased brother to be extraordinarily guilty, and I feel as though the only fitting and just punishment for Tsarnaev is his swift execution.

“But Christine, isn’t this hypocritical of your pro-life beliefs?” Nope. There’s nothing in common between an innocent unborn child and a man who placed a bomb next to an eight year old in a crowd full of people, resulting in the death of three and the maiming of dozens, who then eventually shot a cop, stole a car, and for good measure, ran over his brother, locked down a major metropolitan area for a day, and broke into a boat. One committed no crime. The other committed dozens.

…There’s also that pesky group of “Free Jahar” groupies on Twitter. These girls are clearly not all there mentally, but come on—they are going to enhance any prison experience that Tsarnev might be sentenced to. Sentencing him to life in prison would be sentencing him to a life of free meals, housing, and letters/visits from female admirers. Meanwhile, Martin Richard, Lu Lingzi, and Krystle Campbell have already been sentenced to death and their sentences carried out for the crime of wanting to watch a marathon.Life in prison wouldn’t be a punishment for Jahar Tsarnaev. Assuming he is found guilty during his trial, the only fitting punishment is the one he gave his victims: death.


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#FryJahar (TheCollegeConservative)