Dzhokhar Tsarnaev admits guilt attack in Boston
The Federal Court in Boston is full of media, it has been eagerly awaited the start of the trial for the attacks in the marathon in 2013.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Wednesday appeared before the court could sentence him to death if found guilty of planting a bomb that prosecutors said was designed to “destroy people and create a bloody show” in the Boston Marathon. Today, the defense made a startling confession, recognizing the guilt of the accused, but arguing that was heavily influenced by his brother Tamerlan, 26.
“I thought it was a soldier in a holy war against the Americans,” said US Attorney William Weinreb. “He also believed that to achieve this victory, had taken a step toward heaven. That was his motive for committing these crimes,” cites The Associated Press.
Tsarnaev, 21 and disheveled hair, leaned back in his seat and stared at the prosecutor delivered his opening statement in the trial for terrorism most passionate in the country since the Oklahoma City bombing 20 years ago.
Dressed in suit and shirt, the 21-year-Muslim Chechen origin, listened without showing any reaction the initial allegation of US Attorney William Weinreb, who revived the bloody scenes recorded by two homemade bombs explosions near the finish line of marathon.
“The goal was to kill as many people as possible,” the prosecutor said, noting that some “bled to death in about” by the attacks of which is liable to Djokhar and his brother Tamerlan, 27 then and killed by police four days after the fact, noted for his part.
The courtroom of the tribunal chaired by George O’Toole was full for the opening of the process of this young man who could be sentenced to death if convicted of the worst attack in American soil since the attacks of September 11, 2001.