The bomber who performed an attack on Boston Marathon apologized to the families of the victims, saying that he feels sorry for the suffering that he had caused during an attack that took place in April 2013. The attack resulted in three deaths and dozens of people being injured. "I am sorry for the lives that I've taken, for the suffering that I've caused you, for the damage that I've done," he said, adding "I pray for your relief, for your healing," said Dzokhar Tsarnaev.
Tsarnaev also said he is praying for his brother Tamarlan who died in police fire at the site of the tragedy. Following Tsarnaev’s last words, the judge ordered for him to be executed with a lethal injection. "What will be remembered is that you murdered and maimed innocent people, and that you did it willfully and intentionally," Judge George O'Toole said.
A month and a half ago a jury has come to a mutual decision that Tsarnaev should be executed for the terror attack he performed at the Boston Marathon. The decision was preceded by numerous family members of the victims who testified in court. One of the victims’ family members said that Dzokhar could have prevented the tragedy from happening if he had stopped his brother in an attempt to detonate a bomb in Boston among hundreds of people.