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I listened to the mother's story on TV and almost became outraged at her implication that her son's problems were a result of the USA. She needs to take a look at who radicalized her son and prompted him to do the bombing and turn her fury at that person/group and place the blame where it belongs. I just shook my head in disgust.
PS... I also had a tiny ounce of sympathy for the 19 year old, thinking that perhaps he was young, naive, and influenced by his older brother to go along with the horrendous acts. But it is becoming evident, from his statements and the plans they had, that he is just as bad or worse than his older brother. I am 99% against the death penalty in the USA. He is an example of the 1% exception.
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