We gave you the story earlier today of the Boston Bomber conviction, found guilty on all 30 charges.
Now, one Vancouver man who ran the Boston Marathon the year it happened, says Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should get the death penalty.
Jordan Back, 32, is an account manager at Corus Radio Vancouver.
“It was just awful to think that it could have been planned as detailed as it was, both him and his brother, and I just think that a crime warrants that kind of punishment in my opinion.”
Other Canadians who were in Boston for the 2013 marathon feel a life sentence is more appropriate for the 21-year old.
The pressure-cooker bombs killed three people and injured more than 260 others.