The column, called "Time to Stretch Neck of Jihadist Punk," was posted on WND before Tsarnaev was charged.
Nugent stressed the need for quick justice for the bombing suspect. In the coulmn, he refers to the Dzhokhar brothers using the word "voodoo" 13 times and calls for "stretching their necks" more than a couple times.
"Justice is supposed to be swift. At least, that's how our Founding Fathers thought it should be," Nugent wrote. "He (Tsarnaev) would have been swinging from an oak tree in Boston Commons no longer than 60 days from the day of his arrest. That would be justice."
Nugent stayed away from most of his usual hot-button topics, except for pointing out that the bombings took place in "yet another gun-free zone."
Nugent ends with the call to hang him in public:
"My dream of real justice would be a July 4 celebration of stringing this son-of-a-b**** up in the Boston Common and letting the crows pick on his rotting flesh. There will be no swift justice for the Boston voodoo punk. He’s got a long life ahead of him. How pathetic.”