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May 6th, 2013
06:54 PM ET

Dispute over Tsarnaev's Burial

Brooke Baldwin talks to William Breault about raising funds to ship suspects' body back to Russia.


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  1. Ira

    It's shameful seeing the hatred being spewing by politicians, some organizations, con men/women and irresponsible people. Some are creating a poisonous environment not only in America but throughout the world. We already have people in foreign countries that would love to take out America and we have domestic enemies doing their work for them. Hatred is a cancer which must be surgically removed, if not, we all will suffer the consequences. All it takes is one more deranged individual or groups of individuals to begin shooting up our homes, streets, police stations, governors mansions, state capital buildings, the halls of congress and the White House which has already been done. It's time for responsible Americans and responsible politicians to man up, woman up and hold accountable those who are spreading this poison. News moguls, organization leaders, business people, politicians, judges, justices and law enforcement officers, will it have to be you or your families being the targets before you will stand up and do what's right for America? Many victims of violence, their families and friends are trying to stand up and how are we treated? With disrespect by politicians, con men/women and the NRA Leadership who are making millions of dollars from their con jobs. Enough already! I risk my life for this nation, I faced militants in Germany and I never thought that I would face those who have no sense of what it means to live in a civilized society on the streets of America.

    May 6, 2013 at 7:43 pm |

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