The jury in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) has been shown two photographs of him as a child.
The photos were displayed Wednesday during the testimony of the son of the family's landlord in Cambridge.
Sam Lipson described Tsarnaev as a "very sweet" kid when he first met him more than a decade ago after the family arrived from Russia. In one photo, his older brother, Tamerlan, has his arm around Dzhokhar. In the other, Dzhokhar is with his mother and sisters. He is about 9.
During cross-examination, Lipson acknowledged he didn't have much contact with Dzhokhar as he got older.
The prosecutor then asked Lipson if he knew Dzhokhar was a drug dealer in college. Lipson said he did not.