As friends and family members of Aminov covered their faces and wept
, Michael Shabtai recalled holding his dying friend in his arms after Thursday's shooting.
Mercer, dressed smartly in a black blouse and trousers, wept
when she admitted the charge and struggled to say "Guilty".
Shaun Moore, who had denied a charge of dangerous driving, wept
in the dock at Cardiff Crown Court as sentence was passed.
Using the same listening device, Elida Valdez wept
as she heard the prosecutor recount the events that led to her husband's death.
But when the world's most powerful man wept in public, he was joining a formidable list from the historically stiff upper lip royals to the Iron Lady and sporting toughies.
Soccer star PAUL MERSON did the same as he confessed his addiction to booze and drugs, and Brazil ace ROMARIO wept when injury forced him out of this year's World Cup.
Jae-Whoa Chung wept as he described how Kyung-Ja Chung's breathing grew raspy after he and two other men stood on her chest at the end of an hours-long exorcism to which the woman had consented.
I kept calling her name,'' Chung testified Wednesday as his 18-year-old daughter wept softly in the spectators' seats.
Many wept openly as the tiny white coffins were tenderly placed in a convoy of three hearses.
Mum Janet Mclean, 33, and daughter Cherelle, nine, - whose burnt hands were heavily bandaged - survived along with gran Anne Lilley, and all three wept throughout the service at St.
Instead, they wept
and hung their harps on willow trees.
Earlier, Berumen's family, including his wife, Gloria, their three grown children and youngest son, Uriel, 4, wept
in the courtroom as Berumen's namesake, Jesus Berumen Jr.
She never knew Joel Burchfield, yet Rachel Johnson wept
Monday at the funeral for the 11-year-old with the adventurous spirit who loved baseball and basketball.