Watch ESPN’s new live video stream of the Boston Marathon bombing trial in real-time

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ESPN’s live video streaming service, ESPN GO, is launching a live video feed of the jury selection in the trial of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the alleged mastermind of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

Tamerlan is due back in court Thursday, and the trial will continue for the next six months. 

The live stream, which will be available on the ESPN app and ESPN GO app, will be the first time a trial of this magnitude has been available on-demand.

It is expected to be a boon to the prosecution and defense teams in their efforts to prove their case.

“The jury selection process is going to be an extraordinary experience for millions of viewers, both here in the U.S. and around the world,” said ESPN chief legal officer David Hill. 

“We know that millions of people around the globe will be tuning in to watch the trial unfold on our platforms. 

With this new live stream we’re providing fans with the chance to stay in the loop while the jury’s deliberating, and it will help the prosecution get the most important evidence in the case to the jury. 

This live stream will also be the most comprehensive and interactive ever for a trial on ESPN.

We will also include all relevant court documents and transcript, as well as transcripts of the jurors’ interviews with witnesses.””

We are thrilled that ESPN is partnering with ESPN to provide the world with the latest news from the trial, and we look forward to working with the teams to ensure the highest level of coverage for all fans,” said Hill.

The trial of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber is expected in federal court in Boston.

Tsarnaev was captured in a video that has become the focus of a months-long investigation by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. 

Tsarnaev is accused of using a pressure cooker bomb to kill three people and injure more than 260 others in the April 15, 2013, bombings that killed three people. 

It was the first terror attack in U.K. history and the deadliest on U.N. peacekeeping forces.

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