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just moments before a judge officially sentence boston marathon bomber dzhokhar sir knife to death surprise statement from the convicted murderer , in the first words he said publicly since being taken into custody more than two years ago survive on wednesday admitted his guilt saying quote i am sorry for the lies i've taken for the suffering that i've caused you for the damage that i've done irreparable damage , prior spoke softly and calmly as he may as he delivered his statements he told the court where he just sort of heard from about two dozen victims are and victims family members that he wished that he had been able to hear for more people for people that he had taken from them and i was convicted last month of planting the pressure cooker bombs that exploded at the race's finish line in april two thousand thirteen the attack an ensuing manhunt left four people dead and more than two hundred fifty injured the jury despite protests from civil rights groups church leaders in even victims unanimously decided to give him the death penalty , earlier on wednesday the twenty one year old showed little emotion in court as victims and their families addressed him one last time the mother of one of those killed sets and i went down the wrong road inmate quote despicable choices , it feels process in this case could take years or even decades to play out of the seventy four people sentenced to death in the u. s. for federal crime since nineteen ninety eight only three have been executed