Criminology http://nhpr.org en Trying A Terrorist: Emotional Closure Might Be Difficult http://nhpr.org/post/trying-terrorist-emotional-closure-might-be-difficult <p>With Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in custody, the relief many Bostonians felt at his capture turns to anger.&nbsp; While prosecutors have only begun to build their case against the 19-year old marathon bombing suspect, the public has strong expectations of how Tsarnaev’s trial should proceed and how he should be punished.</p><p><strong>Leon Neyfakh</strong> writes <a href="http://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2013/04/26/what-want-from-marathon-bombing-trial/91Hq5V5zcddBIwoFNTK3IO/story.html" target="_blank">for the ideas section</a> of the Boston Globe, he spoke to criminologists, legal scholars and academics who warn that the trial will likely fall short of the public’s wish for emotional closure, and justice.</p><p> Thu, 02 May 2013 16:04:39 +0000 Virginia Prescott 26716 at http://nhpr.org Trying A Terrorist: Emotional Closure Might Be Difficult