Before he was sentenced to death, Boston Marathon bomber addresses the court.
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Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spoke publicly for the first time since his arrest, telling a packed courtroom at his sentencing hearing Wednesday that he was sorry for his role in the 2013 attacks that that killed three people and injured nearly 300.

“I would like to now apologize to victims and survivors,” Tsarnaev said. “Immediately after the bombing that I am guilty of… I learned of some of the victims, their names, their faces, their age. And throughout this trial, more of those victims were given names, more of those victims had faces, and they had burdened souls.”