Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has plead not guilty. The 19-year-old was called to answer for 30 charges for his alleged role in the Boston Marathon bombing. His answer? Not guilty. Tsarnaev reportedly repeated ... more 
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has plead not guilty. The 19-year-old was called to answer for 30 charges for his alleged role in the Boston Marathon bombing. His answer? Not guilty. Tsarnaev reportedly repeated the phrase not guilty several times. In April, Dzhokar and his older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev allegedly planted homemade bombs made from pressure cookers near the finish line of the Boston Marathon killing three and injuring hundreds. Tamerlan was killed while trying to evade authorities, leaving Dzhokar alone to answer for the horrific crime. Defense lawyers for George Zimmerman, charged with the second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin, rested their case. A new Quinnipiac poll has found a significant shift in public opinion on the trade-off between civil liberties and national security. A new Quinnipiac poll has found a significant shift in public opinion on the trade-off between civil liberties and national security. In the new survey, 45 percent of the public said they thought the government?s antiterrorism policies have ?gone too far in restricting the average person?s civil liberties? compared with 40 percent who said they have ?not gone far enough to adequately protect the country.? By comparison, in a January 2010 Quinnipiac poll that posed the same question, only 25 percent of the public said the government had gone too far in restricting civil liberties, while 63 percent said it hadn?t gone far enough to protect the country. less 
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Wed, Jul 10, 2013 6:37 PM EDT