Convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Sentenced to Death By Lethal Injection

Bomber emotionless as verdict read

Boston Herald
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is to be executed for the terrorist bombing attack at the 2013 Boston Marathon and its aftermath that claimed four young lives, maimed 17 and injured hundreds, a 12-member jury ruled today.

The verdict against Tsarnaev, who'll turn 22 in July, was announced by U.S. District Court Judge George A. O'Toole Jr.'s courtroom clerk Paul Lyness. Tsarnaev showed no emotion as the verdict was read.

Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis, who lost a third of her left leg in the bombing, told the Herald she's "happy with the verdict."

Only three of the 12 jurors bought into the defense argument that Tsarnaev was influenced by his older brother Tamerlan. The jurors unanimously agreed that Tsarnaev showed no remorse and they unanimously voted to put him to death.

Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced by O'Toole this summer after survivors and loved ones of the victims have the opportunity to present impact statements.

Tsarnaev will also be afforded the chance to speak. He chose not to take the stand in his own defense during the trial -- a factor jurors were not allowed to consider or even discuss amongst themselves, per O'Toole's orders

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