Boston Bombing Jury Sees Boat Where Tsarnaev Hid

The Boston Marathon bombing trial's seventh day began with jurors visiting the blood-spattered and bullet-riddled boat where alleged attacker Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was caught after a dramatic four-day manhunt. The boat — where Tsarnaev allegedly took shelter behind a Watertown, Massachusetts home — will figure prominently in Monday's testimony. According to the two pool reporters who were permitted to attend the viewing, Tsarnaev looked impassive as he watched the jury's visit. The reporters also said, the jurors all got close-up looks, and seemed very attentive.