The level of mutual admiration expressed by them for their skill, hard work, etc. was laughable in a case for which the verdict of "guilty" was obvious and inevitable.
The thought was expressed that "we" have sent a message to "them" that they cannot attack us without paying a high price. Was that not obvious?
There was also a good deal of whining about the fear experienced by Bostonians in the aftermath of the heinous attack at the finish line. Fear was said to be a justification for prosecution of this little creep. No, the charge of murder was the justification.
There is a lot to be said for just keeping your mouth shut in occasions like this conviction and sentencing.
That would be "Boston Strong." pl