Friday, March 27, 2015

Some Tsarnaev Trial Documents

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

Pretrial Detention Conditions DOJ Memo August 2013 (article) see also here and ACLU challenging SAMs (special administrative measures)
ACLU ICCPR Report United States’ Compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights February 2014
Page 10 Death Penalty
As noted in the initial report, while the death penalty in the United States is predominantly practiced at the state level, the federal government still retains the authority to use it. On January 30, 2013, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the government would seek the death penalty against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the young man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon. Holder stated, “The nature of the conduct at issue and the resultant harm compel this decision,”1 even though under federal constitutional law, the death penalty is never required.
2005 Report on Death Penalty Juries
2013 ACLU report on FBI “Unleashed and Unaccountable” on how FBI abuses rights of citizens and how too much surveillance fails to stop attacks
Report The Boston Marathon Bombings, one year on:                  House Homeland Security Committee April 9, 2014
Report Lessons learned from the Boston Marathon Bombings:
Senate Homeland Security Committee April 30, 2014
Report The Road to Boston: Counterterrorism Challenges and Lessons from the Marathon Bombings House Homeland Security Committee March 2014
Combined Inspectors General report on Boston Bombings
2010 DOJ Memo Guidance for Conducting Interviews without Providing Miranda Warnings in Arrests of Terrorism Suspects
More Documents available on these websites
Boston Marathon Bombing Trial Documents
Boston NBC 7 Trial Documents
Boston Fox25 Trial Documents
Who’s Who in Tsarnaev Trial (WBUR)
Judge and Lawyers in Trial (Associated Press)
Official US Attorney Boston Marathon Bombings Page
DocumentCloud search (beware of multiple results of same document)

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