Transcript for Bloody Note Entered Into Court Today at Boston Marathon Bomber Trial
To the Boston bombing trial. Last night, we showed you video jurors saw. Dzhokhar tsarnaev walking into this supermarket to buy milk, shortly after those deadly bombs went off. Tonight, what those jurors were shown today from inside the boat where the surviving brother was captured. A blood-stained note scrawled on the side of the boat. ABC's Tom llamas with the chilling message. Reporter: In court today, dzhokhar tsarnaev was forced to relive the moment when a police helicopter's infrared camera showed him trapped, hiding out in a boat, bleeding. Prosecutors are showing jurors these pictures of the bullet-riddled, blood-streaked panels from inside that boat, where tsarnaev allegedly wrote what sounds like an epitaph. "The U.S. Government is killing our innocent civilians," scrawled in pencil, surprisingly neat. And "We muslims are one body. You hurt one you hurt us all." And then this key statement, though missing words because of a bullet hole. A possible confession. "Now, I don't like killing innocent people. It is forbidden in Islam but due to -- it is allowed." Prosecutors argue that those words bolster their argument that tsarnaev was a committed terrorist. Yesterday, they let pictures tell the story, showing jurors this surveillance video. We highlighted so you can see tsarnaev planting himself in the crowd, then planting his bomb by dropping his backpage. After the first blast, he walks away. Then his bomb goes off. Prosecutors then showing this clip of tsarnaev buying a half gallon of milk just 20 minutes after killing two people, including an 8-year-old boy. David, and today, the jury abruptly ended court so he could examine that boat. Tsarnaev's lawyers want jurors to see it up close. The thinking? They'll see all the bullet holes and have sympathy to spare tsarnaev the death penalty. David? Tom llamas, thank you. We turn now to the extreme weather, and the new dangers
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