Nun Testifies at Bombing Trial: Tsarnaev 'Genuinely Sorry'

A nun who ministers to death-row inmates told a jury Monday that convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev seemed "genuinely sorry" and said of his victims: "No one deserves to suffer like they did."
The testimony from Sister Helen Prejean, an influential opponent of capital punishment who was made famous after being portrayed in the film "Dead Man Walking," capped Tsarnaev's defense team's case against sending him to execution.
The March meeting was the first of five between the two as part of her work trying to help "people who have done terrible crimes" come to grips with their actions and take some responsibility, she said.