Massachusetts Institute of Technology police chief John DiFava said Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a "punk" who showed no remorse in court.
The police chief added that he wants the death penalty if Tsarnaev is found guilty, according to the Boston Herald.
Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to using a weapon of mass destruction and 29 other counts.
Steve Cooper from Boston's 7 News and WCVB's Sean Kelly have tweeted:
Hearing over. Tsarnaev blows a kiss to family but never looks at victims.
CNN Correspondent Deborah Feyerick and Fox News' Sharman Sacchetti have tweeted:
#Tsarnaev trial is likely to take 3-4 months. His demeanor is almost nonchalant. He turns away from the judge to look at his relatives.
Trial expected to last three to four months, 80-100 witnesses
Steve Cooper from Boston's 7 News has tweeted:
Steve Cooper from Boston's 7 News and Fox News' Sharman Sacchetti have tweeted:
Tsarnaev's hands are folded as he calmly says "not guilty". Am seeing his left hand is bandaged
CNN Correspondent Deborah Feyerick says Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty.
#Tsarnaev is now standing. He wipes his mouth. Charges read WMD. He says "Not guilty" bending down to speak into microphone.
"Not Guilty" he is no longer bending towards the microphone but standing straight up. He has an accent. Fidgeting touching mouth, neck.
Steve Cooper from Boston's 7 News, WCVB's Sean Kelly and Boston Globe's Milton Valencia have tweeted:
He seems indifferent to the proceedings. His lawyer Judy Clark rubs his shoulder.
It does not appear that he has cut his fair since April.
Steve Cooper from Boston's 7 News, Fox News' Sharman Sacchetti and WCVB's Sean Kelly have tweeted:
He turned back to see his family and smiled a bit
Tsarnaev just turned his head to smirk at family.
CNN Correspondent Deborah Feyerick is in court where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has just appeared.