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  • Victims Of Boston Bombing Tell Tsarnaev Exactly How They Feel

    While at court for his formal death sentencing Wednesday, Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev heard from the victims of his deadly 2013 attack.

    Victims inside the courtroom gave emotional speeches detailing their trauma and their feelings about Tsarnaev.

    Collier’s sister says #Tsarnaev “has not once shown he has cared about a single person other than himself” @NECN

    — Alysha Palumbo (@AlyshaNECN) June 24, 2015

    Collier:”He is a coward & a liar. He showed no remorse while their victims & their families stood in front of him. He hid behind a dead man” — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

     

    McWatters: Why didn’t any of us who sat here this whole time see any remorse? You ruined many lives that day, but you also ruined your own.

    — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

    McWatters: “He can’t possibly have had a soul to do such a horrible thing.” — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

     

    Patricia Campbell: “You went down the wrong road. I know life is hard but the choices that you made are despicable.”

    — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

    #Tsarnaev “does not care” about the impact of the bombings on her life, Bourgault says. “That’s why he got out of bed that morning” — Holly Bailey (@hollybdc) June 24, 2015

     

    Downing speaks of her daughters’ injuries. One lost a leg, and both were in the hospital for more than a month. #Tsarnaev — Holly Bailey (@hollybdc) June 24, 2015

    The words from Richard Donohue, the officer who was shot pursuing the brothers, showed the difficulty the tragedy has caused him.

    Donohue: “the most gut wrenching time was when I had to watch my friend Sean’s funeral on TV from my hospital bed” @NECN #Tsarnaev — Alysha Palumbo (@AlyshaNECN) June 24, 2015

     

    Donohue: “The defendant did not succeed… I’m still standing here.” #Tsarnaev threw away a chance to make contributions to this country. — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

    Chase: I’m never going to get rid of the images of Boylston from that day, but I try. A door slamming can still set me off. — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

     

    Weisberg: I am now getting a divorce because my wife cannot understand what this has done to me. I live in Alabama, far from other survivors — Jim Armstrong (@JimArmstrongWBZ) June 24, 2015

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