BOSTON (NBC) -
Four nurses who treated Tsarnaev talked to Brian Williams as part of an NBC news special that aired Friday night.
They revealed their reservations, their guilt, and their true professionalism.
“Working in trauma you have a lot of criminals come it, but this is just different on a whole nother level,” one nurse said.
The nurses at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center who treated bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are now breaking their silence.
“Yes, this is my job, and I'm really proud of the job that good job but when you walked out of the room, you do feel guilty that you were caring for a person who hurt so many people and who would have hurt you. He didn't care,” another nurse said.
They're talking publicly for the first time about how they did their jobs and offered life-saving treatment to the most hated man in America in the very hospital where many of the victims were treated.
At that emotionally-charged trial, some of those caregivers may be called to testify, called on again to go above and beyond doing their jobs.