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Boston Mayor Thomas Menino helps the ex-wife of Richel Nova, Marilin Pimentel, after a funeral mass. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino helps the ex-wife of Richel Nova, Marilin Pimentel, after a funeral mass. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
September 24, 2010

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Mayor Menino's passionate desire to "slowly torture" the killers of a pizza deliveryman is admirable. So is his opposition to capital punishment as unpredictable and unfair. Basically, when it comes to heinous crimes, Menino's heart -- and his head -- are in the right places. (Full article: 151 words)

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