Rebekah Gregory, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor: 'I've Found My Purpose in Life'
Face-to-face in court with the man accused of planting a bomb that cost her her leg, Boston Marathon attack survivor Rebekah Gregory had one thought: This didn't destroy me.
Instead, Gregory said, she has a new purpose — inspiring other people. She even has a sense of humor about her prosthetic leg, which she named Felicia.
Sporting fingernails painted blue and gold, in honor of the "Boston Strong" rallying cry that has graced T-shirts and bumper stickers since the 2013 attack, which killed three people and injured more than 260 others, Gregory casually brushed her hand through her hair Wednesday and looked directly at Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the first day of his trial. CLICK FOR MORE