New Years Q&A!

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New Years Q&A

In a special New Years installment, Heather and Tom tackle recent questions from readers and listeners. We discuss where Heather has been, prospects for Dzhokhar’s appeal, alternate theories of the case, rehabilitation for prisoners, implications of Dzhokhar’s sentencing statement, our hopes for the case going into 2018, and more.

Episode Extras

Referenced Articles
NPR, Sole Defendant In Benghazi Attacks Convicted Of Terrorism Charges — But Not Murder
WBUR, Unanswered Questions About Tamerlan Tsarnaev
Wired, Can You Turn a Terrorist Back into a Citizen? — I mistakenly said in the episode that this is an Atlantic article, my apologies!
The New Yorker, The Sorrow and Shame of the Accidental Killer

In case you missed it
My latest case analysis: The Unusual Suspects, Part 1: The Cell Phone Shuffle

If you would like to support the ACLU
ACLU National: https://www.aclu.org/
ACLU of Massachusetts: https://aclum.org/

 

 

3 thoughts on “New Years Q&A!”

  1. I enjoyed listening and found hope in the things you and your dad said, I’m going to listen again! As always, thank you for your commitment and for sharing through this blog.

    1. Hi Dan,

      Not at all! I am still actively researching the case and have plans to update with more findings. Unfortunately, since I’ve started grad school last September, I have been so busy that I haven’t been able to update the blog as much as I’d like. My academic research involves the case, however, so I am hoping what I am learning in school will enrich future blog posts.

      I hope to have a “state of the blog” post up fairly soon with more information. Sorry to be slower than I’ve promised, and thanks for your patience!

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