The Boston bomber had to meet face to face with victims who were effected. Good idea or bad?
I think he deserves to hear something from people that were effected by it.
*Had* to meet? Before his trial? That seems rather odd to me.
Yes. Many of them were brought to the court room and he had to see them face to face and talk to them. He wasn't given a choice.
That doesn't seem right. Under what rule if law was that ordered?
I'm not sure. I live right outside of Boston and that's all they talked about on the news today . And they said many times how he was face to face with the victims. They didn't go into detail.
Wow - interesting - thanks for the info