Prosecutors seeking the death penalty against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev depict him as part of a disturbing global movement, the rise of "lone-wolf" terrorists. They argue that the 21-year-old man showed the tell-tale signs: a fascination with jihadist material on the Internet and a preference to work alone, or in a small group, says the Boston Globe. The government's portrayal of Tsarnaev opens up an opportunity for the defense, which began its case yesterday, as . . .
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