Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Russian-born guy who, together with his elder brother, was accused of detonating a bomb at the 2013 Boston Marathon event, has been found guilty of all 30 charges brought against him.
The 12-member jury all returned unanimous verdicts to all counts during a court hearing in Boston, Massachusetts on Wednesday. Halfway through the verdict, Tsarnaev was reported to have been ‘fidgeting,’ unable to look at the jury.
As ENTmania! reported, three people were killed and hundreds injured in April 15, 2013 after a bomb exploded close to the finish line of the Boston Marathon. A police chase soon ensued, resulting in the killing of Dzhhokhar’s elder brother Tamerlan and the arrest of the injured Dzhokhar.
According to reports, 17 out of the 30 counts carry a possible death sentence. The jury will reconvene again on April 13 to decide on his sentencing