UPDATE: Mayor Walsh issues statement on Boston Marathon bombing verdict
"I am thankful that this phase of the trial has come to an end and am hopeful for a swift sentencing process. I hope today’s verdict provides a small amount of closure for the survivors, families, and all impacted by the violent and tragic events surrounding the 2013 Boston Marathon. The incidents of those days have forever left a mark on our City. As we remember those who lost so much, we reflect on how tragedy revealed our deepest values, and the best of who we are as a community."
UPDATE: The jury for the Boston bombing trial has found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of using a weapon of mass dsestruction and could face the death penalty.
Twitter reacted strongly to the news, with many hoping for Tsarnaev to receive the death penalty.