B’klyn Shooter Who Begged for Smoke After Firefight Gets Life without Parole

The shooter in Brooklyn robbery who begged for a smoke after being shot himself is facing life in prison without parole after being convicted of first-degree murder Wednesday.

Aaron Adderly sat impassively in his wheelchair – crippled after being shot by return fire during the December 2008 robbery-gone-bad at a Flatlands used car dealership – as the verdict was announced.

“He didn’t do it!” screamed Adderly’s sister.

Full story in the Post here.


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