WBUR explains what happens after yesterday's verdict in the Tsarnaev case.
Kevin Cullen wonders:
Do we, or in this case the jurors acting as our surrogates, serve justice and honor the memory of Tsarnaev’s victims more by killing him or by putting him in prison for the rest of his sorry life?
Yvonne Abraham replies we're better than him and should avoid a revenge death sentence.
Joe Fitzgerald opposes death as well, but to avoid giving America haters a martyr - and to let him spend every day realizing it's the country he hates that is keeping him alive.
L’chaim, Dzhokhar! Live long as America’s guest. That’s your punishment, kid.
Don't worry, the Herald has a columnist who wants him to fry.
The Globe talks to bombing victims. Peter Gelzinis reports there's no closure for one victim.