They’re asking federal prosecutors to take the death penalty off the table. Bill and Denise Richards lost their son in the Boston Marathon bombing, and their young daughter lost a leg. But they want the man responsible to face life in prison, not death. In a victims’ statement, the Richards said another death doesn’t serve anyone. Other relatives of victims agree; some don’t. U.S. officials have said they’ll take everyone’s concerns into account, as the federal jury that found Tsarnaev guilty reconvenes on Tuesday to consider his sentence.