N.Y. Cop Killer: 'I'm Sorry'
January 05, 2012
The leader of a drug robbery crew apologized for fatally shooting a New York City police officer, yet flashed a smirk during a court appearance on Wednesday.
Lamont Pride told officers, "I'm sorry for what I did," after he was arrested for allegedly shooting NYPD Officer Peter Figoski in the face while pistol-whipping and robbing a Brooklyn drug dealer, reports the New York Daily News.
Pride's comment was reported in court documents filed in the case.
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Jim @ 1/6/2012 9:52 AM
Apologies for some things are accepted. Sorry, I did not mean to step on your toe, is an example. You cannot apologize for something THAT big. Apology not accepted. And let's see if he has the same smirk when he is strapped to the table before the injection.
Jorge Ramirez Ph.D. @ 1/29/2013 1:15 PM
Being a retired Police Detective/Criminologist, I wholey agree with the you... Let's see if he smirk again.
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