Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been found guilty on all 30 counts in the Boston Marathon bombing trial that has riveted the nation. The verdict makes him eligible for the death penalty.
The jury of seven men and five women deliberated for more than 11 hours over the course of two days. The verdict comes a week before the second anniversary of the bombings.
Now, the jury will decide if he should get the death penalty.
HLN's Nancy Grace told INSIDE EDITION, "When you hear the evidence and you hear the suffering that the victims went through, where a little child basically bled out and bled to death, there's really no other sentence but death that is appropriate here."
The trial began on March 4, with prosecutors showing gruesome video and pictures of the bombing. They called on multiple witnesses in an attempt to illustrate Dzhokhar's radicalization as a Jihadist.
Family of the four victims who were killed in the attack testified, as well as survivors who detailed losing limbs and suffering life-changing injuries. It's the worst terror attack in America since 9/11.
Grace said, "I firmly believe after hearing all the facts and evidence, that this will result in a death penalty sentence on the Boston bomber."