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the man convicted of carrying out the bombings at the two thousand thirteen boston marathon and attack which killed three and injured hundreds has been sentenced to death , austin jury deliberated for three days before handing off the sentence , nnnnn during the trial the jury saw gruesome footage of the explosions their bloody aftermath , we heard from some of the eighteen people lost limbs in the bombing as well as friends and family the four people killed by this are knives brothers dzhokhar and tamerlan the defense tried to portray the younger jowhar as a regular teenager seduced into radicalism by his older brother who died in a shootout with police , the prosecution argued jowhar was a remorseless terrorist who wanted to torment his victims and punish america with the attack , sir knives attorneys are expected to appeal the decision a process that writers editor scott malone says could take awhile , from here we go to the appeals process which will be %HESITATION d. long island typically takes a several years at a minimum forever dependent county appeal case to play out the last american sentenced to death on terrorism charges was oklahoma city bomber timothy mcveigh , after four years of appeals following his nineteen ninety seven sentencing mcveigh was executed in two thousand one