Meet The Boston Bomber Juror Who Is Having Second Thoughts

A juror in the trial of the Boston Bomber is having second thoughts. Kevan Fagan, one of the 12 jurors who sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death in May, said that if he had known that many family member’s of the victims didn’t want the death penalty, it probably would have changed his vote. Fagan said in the interview with WBUR quote If I had known that, I probably — I probably would change my vote,” “But then again, if I knew that I wouldn’t be on the jury either.” Fagan was not allowed to read media reports of the trial, so he didn’t know.