JonCooper
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22 YEARS in prison for Enrique Tarrio is:

1) Too little
2) Just about right
3) Not long enough
07:00 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Judith Olson
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In response to JonCooper.
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg say it’s not near enough for any of these traitors.
09:37 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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ann heffner
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In response to JonCooper.
far too little. I'd say one life sentence for each life that was lost that day.
07:32 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Dr. Doubt
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In response to JonCooper.
Not long enough
07:22 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Really Doihaveto
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In response to JonCooper.
Too little, but long enough for deterring the next round of terrorists?
07:10 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Larry Canuck
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In response to JonCooper.
I choose numbers 1 and 3 🙃.
Seriously, If he goes full-term on his sentence, he'll be about 44 when he gets out. Loads of time for more bad trouble ...
See what I did there, twice? ...
07:09 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Patricia
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In response to JonCooper.
Not long enough
07:08 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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VP Wilson
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In response to JonCooper.
Not long enough for any of them
07:07 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Brian Green
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In response to JonCooper.
Not long enough, but still the longest sentence to date!
07:05 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Paul Stadler
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In response to JonCooper.
I think it's about right. If you go too long, you run the risk of it being shortened on appeal.
07:04 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Paige Baker
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In response to JonCooper.
Not NEARLY long enough. Anyone who tries to overthrow democracy deserves a life sentence.

NOTE: I am not a proponent of the death penalty, but, for context, back in the day they hanged traitors. Seems like life imprisonment is not an unreasonable sentence for trying to wage a coup.
07:04 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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Bonnie Jean Weinman
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In response to JonCooper.
Not long enough. I think he should have gotten life without parole.
07:01 PM - Sep 05, 2023
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