Jurors in the Boston Marathon bombing trial are deliberating once again. Following closing arguments Wednesday, they began working on their final decision in the case: whether convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be put to death.
It's a decision few people ever have to make. The last time someone was sentenced to death in a terrorism case in this country was 1997, in the trial of convicted Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.
Mike Leeper was a juror the Mcveigh trial. He recently discussed the experience on Radio Boston, and a version aired on Morning Edition. Listen to the Radio Boston interview below, or the Morning Edition version above.
This segment aired on May 14, 2015.