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Runners continue to run towards the finish line as an explosion erupts at the finish line of the Boston Marathon


(Reuters) – A jury on Wednesday found Dzokhar Tsarnaev guilty of killing three people and injuring 264 in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, as well as fatally shooting a police officer four days later.

Tsarnaev, 21, was found guilty of all 30 counts against him, with 17 of the charges carrying the death penalty. The same U.S. District Court jury will now decide whether to sentence him to death or life in prison without possibility of parole.

Tsarnaev silently looked down, occasionally fidgeting, as the lengthy verdict was read. The courtroom was packed with survivors of the attack, the parents of 8-year-old Martin Richard, the youngest fatality, and law enforcement officials, including former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis.

Jurors spent just over 11 hours evaluating Tsarnaev’s guilt in two days of deliberations, following 16 days of testimony.

Defense lawyers began the trial by admitting that Tsarnaev carried out the April 15, 2013, bombing but said he did so at the bidding of his older brother Tamerlan, 26, who died following a gunfight with police in Watertown, Massachusetts.

Prosecutors laid out evidence that the defendant, an ethnic Chechen who immigrated from Russia a decade before the attack, had read and listened to jihadist materials, and wrote a note in the boat where he was found hiding suggesting the bombing was an act of retribution for U.S. military campaigns in Muslim-dominated countries.


One Response to Guilty

  1. Alex Alleyne April 8, 2015 at 5:32 pm

    Same attention must be paid to South Carolina police fired for shooting a black man in the back . People all please remember ,”NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF THE USA A WHITE PERSON WAS EXCUITED FOR MURDERING A BLACK PERSON”. Here in BIM one person dead , another injured and the COP out there “free” to carry on life as usual . A few rich boys from a gun club taking the crown to court , because they have repersentation. The person dead and another one injured have no repersentation . Lack of funds to hire a “posh” Lawyer .


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