More than three months after the Boston Marathon bombing, some 30 victims and family members sat shoulder to shoulder at yesterday’s arraignment of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
He pleaded "not guilty" to all 30 counts against him, including murdering four people and wounding more than 200 others.
CNN's Deborah Feyerick was in the emotional courtroom on Wednesday.
“His feet were shackled, his hand was in a cast and it appeared he suffered some nerve damage to his face,” Feyerick reports.
Liz Norden’s two sons each lost a leg during the attack. She watched for a sign of remorse from Tsarnaev, but was disappointed.
“No remorse,” she says. “He smirked at the people in the courtroom.”