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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized in court for the terrorist attack in Boston

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized in the court of Boston, at the hearing, where he will be read today a formal sentence of death.

“I would like to apologize to the victims and those who survived. I am guilty of (committing) the explosions, there is no doubt about that, ”the CBS correspondent quotes Tsarnaev from the courtroom. Tsarnaev, for the first time in the entire trial, exercised his right to appear in court.

In early April, Tsarnaev was convicted of attack on the marathon participants in Boston in April 2013 of the year, as a result of which three people died, more than 260 were injured. Then, after 14 hours of discussion, 15 May jury sentenced him to death. The jury voted in favor of capital punishment for six of seventeen, providing for the execution of articles of the prosecution.

“I apologize for the lives taken and the pain I caused,” he said.

He began his speech with an appeal to "the Most High and all-merciful Allah" and thanked his defenders and jury, those who stood in court on his side.

Earlier, on Wednesday, relatives and friends of the deceased spoke in court, someone thanked the jury for the “correct verdict”, someone called on Tsarnaev to repentance.

“Today, you can finally show your remorse and regret, if you have even an ounce of it,” said Karen McWatters, friend of Christile Campbell, who died in the attack.

Witnesses to the tragedy accused Tsarnaev that he did not stop his brother Tamerlane. In total, more than 20 people spoke in court today, the leitmotif of their speeches was the words that the attack changed their lives forever, many spoke of the huge financial losses due to ongoing treatment. The victims turned directly to Tsarnaev, who, turning in their direction, avoided direct contact with his eyes.


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