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June 13, 2004

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Jeff Findel

I wonder if he had converted to Islam if he would have recieved the same sympathy? Clearly atheists are being discriminated against. Anyway, weren't these jurors 'death tested'? They said that they could return a death sentance if the case warrented it?

Brian

I was against the death penalty for Nichols for this one reason: He didn't do this just with McVeigh, there were more people involved. Maybe after some cooling off time, he'll sing like a bird.

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