The Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was sentenced to death has finally apologize for his act of inhumanity and cowardly crime.
The 21-year-old told the Federal Court in Boston, where he is expected to be given the death sentence tonight, that he was sorry for his crime.
According to Mirror.co.uk the 21-year-old was sentenced to death by lethal injection by U.S. District Judge George O'Toole.
Judge O'Toole said: "Whenever your name is mentioned what will be remembered is the evil you have done.
"What will be remembered is that you murdered and maimed innocent people, you did it intentionally."
He then asked Tsarnaev to stand.
His next words were:"I sentence you to death by execution."
Just before his sentence, the killer told the Federal Court in Boston that he was sorry for his crime and the misery he inflicted upon innocent people.
He said: "I would like to begin in the name of Allah.
"I ask forgiveness of Allah and to his creation.
"I would like to thank the jury, the court. I would like to now apologise to the victims, to the survivors"
"Immediately after the bombing which I am guilty of...I learned their faces, their names.
"I am sorry for the lives that I've taken, the suffering that I've caused and the damage that I've done, irreparable damage"
"I pray to Allah to put his mercy upon the deceased, the injured.
"I ask Allah to have mercy upon me, my brother, my family."