These ....s will be regarded as martyrs whether they sit in prison for decades or are executed the minute they were found guilty. So to say he should be left alive so they don't get the satisfaction of martyrdom is silly. The death penalty is a slippery slope. In cases like this where you have indisputable evidence against the accused and there is not a shred of doubt of their guilt on top of his cold, indifferent attitude shown in court, .... him. He should have been taken out and shot as soon as the verdict was passed. This wasn't a murder committed in the heat of the moment. He premeditated blowing up men, women, and children at what was probably a charity event. But of course he'll get his appeals and draw it out for years, where more money will be spent to keep him alive each year than a lot of people in this country make.