Apr 8, 2015 7:53 PM
BOSTON - Karen Brassard said she will never get closure for what happened at the Boston Marathon in April 2013.
Brassard was one of a few victims that spoke to the media after Wednesday's verdict in the Boston Marathon bombing trial. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on all 30 counts against him and is eligible for the death penalty.
Brassard is one of several victims with ties to New Hampshire. Jeff Bauman, who works in Nashua, was one of the first witnesses to testify in the case.
"Today's verdict will never replace the lives that were lost and so dramatically changed, but it is a relief, and one step closer to closure," Bauman posted on Facebook.
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