The jury has found Boston Marathon Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, GUILTY on all 30 counts for his role in the horrific 2013 terrorist attack — including the murder of 10-year-old Martin Richard.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, has been found guilty for all 30 counts he was charged with in the 2013 attack on the Boston Marathon. His actions left 4 people dead — Krystle Campbell, Martin Richard, Sean Collier, and Lingzi Lu — as well as 264 people injured. The verdict arrived just one day after the jury began deliberations on April 7 over whether or not Dzhokhar was responsible for the deadly terrorist attack.
The country was shaken to its core when two bombs exploded at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring an estimated 264 more. Now exactly one year later, some who were hurt in the explosions returning to the finish line after long, emotional rehabs, both mental and physical.
The perseverance of the victims of the 2013 Boston bombings were a source of inspiration just days after the tragic explosions and now, one year later, their strength and courage in the face of injuries — most of them serious — continues to fill the entire country with hope and warmth. Now as the emotions overflow on April 15, the day of the 2014 Boston Marathon, find out what many of these inspiring survivors — from Jane Richard to Nicole Gross — are up to.
Martin Richard’s family relives the moment he was taken from them after a bomb went off right underneath his feet at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Now, one year after the tragedy, Martin’s father Bill has confessed he often wishes his son were killed in a ‘random car accident’ as opposed to the marathon, which will happen every year for the rest of their lives.
Martin Richard, 8, was the youngest victim killed when a bomb went off underneath him at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Now, on the first anniversary of the tragedy, his family is speaking out in their first-ever interview about the terrorist attack that changed their lives forever.
Ever since the horrific Boston Bombing case that killed three people and injured more than 260 others, the world has anxiously waited to hear the charges against Dzhokhar.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 20, faces 30 federal charges for setting off the bombs on April 15 with his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, who was killed in a firefight with police. On Jan. 30, US Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. decided that the death penalty will be sought out.
Jane Richard performed the national anthem at the Boston Red Sox baseball game along with the children’s choir of St. Ann’s Catholic Church on Oct. 13. The girl lost her leg in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, but she didn’t let her prosthetic keep her off the field!
Jane Richard, 7, tragically lost her left leg — and her older brother, Martin Richard, 8 — in Boston Marathon Bombings on Apr. 15, 2013. Jane has been recovering from her injury — and the next step in her progress was rejoining her hometown’s children’s choir. The girl sang the national anthem with other young talents at the Oct. 13 Boston Red Sox game — and led her home team to victory after her inspiring performance!