Proverbs 28:5 "Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the LORD understand it fully."
The prosecution has rested its case in the trial of accused Boston Marathon terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The prosecution saved their strongest evidence for the last part of their case, the injuries sustained by 8-year-old Martin Richard who died as a result of the explosion.
The boy’s parents, Bill and Denise, watched from the second row during the testimony of Dr. Henry Nields, chief medical examiner for Massachusetts. The wounds were so intense that courtroom witnesses say some of the jurors cried while others stared at Tsarnaev with visible anger.
The defense team has said their goal in the trial is to keep Tsarnaev from receiving the death penalty for his crimes. Their opening of their case showed pictures of the bomber was more than just a few feet away from the family with the intent of showing the bomber did not target the children.
The defense is claiming that while their client was a participant in the bombing, his brother was the driving force and the plotter of the terror attack.