(Boston, MA) — Mayor Marty Walsh says since the Boston Marathon bombing last April, Boston has shown it is a city “full of heart and courage.” As a state representative Walsh voted against the death penalty and he says he would vote same way again. Nevertheless, he says he supports the process that has lead the federal government to seek the death penalty for alleged marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev [[ jo-HAR zar-NYE-ev ]]. Walsh says Boston stands united in the “face of evil and hatred.”
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