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Tsarnaev juror says knowing of survivors' opposition may have changed his vote for death

Tsarnaev juror says knowing of survivors' opposition may have changed his vote for death

A juror in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says he probably would not have voted for the death penalty had he known that the families of some victims preferred a life sentence. Kevin Fagan spoke to WBUR-FM on Monday, the same day a federal judge rejected a motion by the Boston Globe to publicly release the names of all jurors. Fagan is believed to be the first juror to speak publicly using his name. He did not discuss deliberations but said he probably would have changed his vote in the penalty phase had he been aware of the opposition to the death penalty by the parents of 8-year-old Martin Richard, who was killed by one of two bombs detonated by Tsarnaev...

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