LAS VEGAS (AP) - A 28-year-old man who was sentenced to death
told a Nevada jury he felt no remorse for killing a man during a 2006 crime spree that left three people dead.
Eugene Nunnery said Thursday he wasn't sorry for what he did,
and would do it all again.
Nunnery was convicted last week of the execution-style slaying of Saul Nunez Saustegui during a Sept. 22, 2006, robbery that authorities say netted $3. Nunnery still faces murder charges in two other cases.
Clark County prosecutor David Stanton says Nunnery killed or tried to kill 11 people during a month-long spree of shootings, home invasions and robberies.
One of Nunnery's defense lawyers wept after Nunnery declared he
would continue his life of crime if he was released.
Witnesses told jurors that Nunnery's mother was a prostitute who died when he was young, and his father abandoned him and his two
younger siblings to raise themselves.
Information from: Las Vegas Review-Journal, http://www.lvrj.com
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