Washington – The Supreme Court on Friday renewed the death sentence of Boston Marathon terrorist Jokar Tsarnaev.

Court ruled 6-3 on ideological grounds, believing that the lower court was wrong to overturn Tsarnaev’s death sentences in the 2020 decision because of problems with jury selection and evidence that were ruled out during the sentencing phase of his trial.

Writing from the Conservative majority in court, Judge Clarence Thomas said the district court did not abuse its opinion when it refused to ask future jurors during the Tsarnaev trial about their consumption in the media regarding the 2013 explosions at the Boston Marathon finish. The majority also said the district court’s decision not to allow evidence against Tsarnaev’s older brother, Tamerlane, was “reasonable.”

“Dzhakhar Tsarnaeu has committed horrible crimes. Nevertheless, the Sixth Amendment guaranteed him a fair trial before an impartial jury. He got it, ”Thomas wrote for the court.

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