Transcript for US Awaits Boston Bombing Verdict
To you to the latest in the Boston marathon bombing trial. Closing arguments wrapped up. The jury now set to decide whether dzhokhar tsarnaev is guilty. ABC's Tom llamas has the latest and joins us from Boston. Good morning, Tom. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. In less than two hours jurors will receive this thick packet. The list of charges, 30 of them in total, during closing arguments the defense told jurors both sides agree on the who, what, where and when. The big question for them is why. These are the moments after the Boston marathon bombing, a gory chaos. Prosecutors say it was all part of dzhokhar tsarnaev's plan to punish America, reminding jurors in their closing argument of dzhokhar's path of terror down Boylston street coordinating with his older brother tamerlan over a cell phone, never walking away from the plan even after seeing a family nearby. Instead, planting his bomb, accomplishing his mission, prosecutors saying these children weren't innocent to him. They were American. The jury also seeing this photo, dzhokhar in front of an islamist flag. Prosecutors playing the so-called Jihadi music the brothers listened to. Prosecutors saying they felt they were soldiers. The defense calling the bombings a senseless act but showing the court again fingerprints, receipts and computer forensics pointing to one bombmaker. One architect, dzhokhar's older brother, tamerlan. The defense saying dzhokhar was a teenager, a follower, even a flunky but not a terrorist. Massachusetts former attorney general even giving dzhokhar's defense lawyer Judy Clarke credit for that strategy. She almost acted as a prosecutor against the older brother, in other words, making the older brother the main actor and she made this point but for the older brother, this younger brother would not have been pulled into this enterprise and this never would have happened. Reporter: Now, the jury is made up of seven women and five men including a nurse and a student, we know they'll be deliberating for awhile, robin. Because we saw that thick packet you were showing us that they will be receiving this morning so there's really no way of telling how long they will be deliberating, right, Tom. Reporter: Legal analysts tell us if they go through the packet and the charges are complicated it could take at least a few days, we do know that all the jurors have said in one way or another they are open to the death penalty. Robin. Thank you, Tom.
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