Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was silent throughout his entire trial. He finally broke his silence Wednesday.

Tsarnaev spoke at his formal sentencing, marking his first public comments since the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. He was found guilty on all 30 counts in May and sentenced to death.

Tsarnaev was given a chance to speak Wednesday, and in addition to admitting what everyone already knew — he committed the acts of terror alongside his late brother, Tamerlan — he apologized for what he did.

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TheĀ April 15, 2013, bombingĀ at the marathon finish line killed three people and injured 260 as two bombs ripped through the spectators on Boylston Street in Boston.

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