Now, to the boston bombing suspect, appearing in a packed courtroom for the first time wednesday, coming face-to-face with many of the victims and their families, showing no remorse. Pierre thomas was... See More
Now, to the boston bombing suspect, appearing in a packed courtroom for the first time wednesday, coming face-to-face with many of the victims and their families, showing no remorse. Pierre thomas was there. He joins us this morning. Pierre? Reporter: Good morning, amy. That's right. It was the bombing suspect's demeanor in court that left many victims livid. Dzhokhar tsaranev, was brought into court directed by guards. The left side of his face swollen. And his arm bandaged. He pleaded not guilty to 30 charges, accused of killing and wounding 260 at the boston marathon. He was remarkably composed for a man facing the possibility of the death penalty. Some even thought he appeared to grin. He was smirking. I don't know. Just -- you know, he just had -- that's how I took it. Reporter: Each of liz norden's two sons lost a leg in the horrific blast. They can be seen in the photograph with the man police say is dzhokhar. But tsaranev had some support. His two sisters sat in the courtroom, weeping as the hearing ended, and as they left the courthouse. Tears that angered many victims. I want them to come to my house and see what my sons go through day in and day out. Reporter:20 m.I.T. Police officers stood in formation. They were there to honor sean collier, who was allegedly shot and killed by the bombers on the night they tried to flee boston. I didn't see remorse. I didn't see the nervousness or the fear. I didn't see any of that. Reporter: That demeanor offended some victim here's. Some who say they would rather caesscesee tsaranev to face the death penalty. That's a tough day in court for all involved.
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