It is difficult to decide which is more contemptible--your minimization of the injuries in Boston (almost 200, not dozens) or your arrogant ignorance of what really happened in Boston. It is both pointless and obnoxious to compare the tolls of terrorist incidents as if it were a sick game of "can you top this?" In addition, it is moronic to compare the reaction to Lockerbie, where there no suspects in sight, to Boston, which made the difficult decision to try to cut off the escape routes--and access to large groups of potential victims--of heavily armed terrorists who were known to be in a limited geographic area. It took a day to find the remaining terrorist. Compliance with the lockdown was voluntary. I might not have made the same decision the Boston authorities did, but your smug bid for attention is ignorant and despicable.
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from the article: The Boston bombers have already scored a tremendous victory for terror