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Suspect In Chicago Officer's Shooting Has No Problem 'Pullin da Trigger'

May 23, 2010  | 

One of the two men who have been charged in the killing of off-duty Chicago officer Thomas Wortham bragged on his Facebook page about his hobbies of "basketball, dice and robbin," and wrote under his personal description: "I hav no promlem wit pullin da trigger!!!!!"

The comments appear on the Facebook page of Paris McGee, 20, who has been charged along with Toyious Taylor, 29, in the killng of Wortham. The men will also face charges in the death of their friend Brian Floyd, who was also involved in the incident, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Police say Floyd fired the shot that killed Wortham, as McGee and Taylor waited in a getaway car nearby. A fourth man, identified as Floyd's 19-year-old cousin, remains hospitalized in critical condition.

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Tags: Chicago PD, Cop Killers, Stupid Criminals


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