Sure this is an old topic. And it won't be the first time it's been discussed and debated on the board. But this time, the issue is no longer hypothetical. The act of terror that killed so many people that day and left hundreds scarred for life is real. So how does that weigh in on your opinion regarding the death penalty. Is it right for this case, or should he have been given a life sentence? My view is simple ... had he lived ina Muslim nation, he'd have lost his head by know. In North Korea, he'd been killed by a firing squad of anti-aircraft guns. I have no objections to the sentence, because he can live to a ripe old age exhausting his appeals. So let's here your thoughts? Especially if they changed because of what he had done in this horrendous act of terrorism.