Surviving Boston bombing suspect to be arraigned in Massachusetts court

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For the first time, the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect is expected to be in court to hear the charges against him.

19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev says he was justified in his actions because the “U.S. government is killing our innocent civilians.”

Tsarnaev’s arraignment Wednesday is expected to be a quick one, where the 30 charges will be laid out against him.

It will be the first time the family members of victims can come face to face with Tsarnaev.

Tsarnaev also faces charges for allegedly shooting and killing and MIT officer.

The arraignment is scheduled for 3:30 Wednesday; however the trial may not begin for another year.

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