"I just wanted to see him. I wanted to see the person that so coldly and callously killed four people, one of whom being an officer of mine." — Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Chief John DiFava after a blase-looking Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded not guilty in the Boston Marathon bombing.
"This just signals that dictatorship is back. We are returning to what is worse than Mubarak's regime, which wouldn't dare to issue an arrest warrant of the general leader of the Muslim Brotherhood." — Brotherhood spokesman Ahmed Aref in a statement after Egypt's military-backed government tightened a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, ordering the arrest of its revered leader in a bid to choke off the group's campaign to reinstate President Mohammed Morsi one week after an army-led coup.
"We informed them of the potential loss of their loved ones. You have to understand that it's a very emotional moment, and our thoughts are with these families." — Quebec police inspector Michel Forget in comments as Canadian officials told distraught families that 30 people still missing after the fiery crash of a runaway oil train are all presumed dead.