Charges: Suspected killer of Minnesota police officer said 'I hate cops and I’m guilty’
The man accused of murdering a Mendota Heights police officer and then getting in a shootout with St. Paul police was full of hate and defiance while lying wounded in a hospital bed, according to a criminal complaint.
He looked a St. Paul police officer in the eye, and declared, "Just to let you know, I hate cops and I’m guilty," according to a criminal complaint.
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