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'We will never get over Boston Marathon bombing' says survivor

The Boston marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been found guilty of carrying out the attack in which three people were killed in 2013.

A jury at a federal court in the city ruled that the 21-year-old was guilty of all 30 charges. He could now face the death penalty.

His lawyers maintained he played a role in the attacks but said his older brother was the driving force.

Speaking after the verdict, Boston Marathon bombing survivor Karen Brassard said she and her fellow survivors now hoped to move on with their lives, though they would feel the impact of the bombing forever.

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