New video shows a Florida teen convicted of killing his parents wailing uncontrollably and berating himself for the slayings as he sits in the back of a cop car.
"I'm sorry, Mom. I'm sorry, Dad," cries 14-year-old Alex Crain. "I swear, I didn't mean to kill them. I didn't even mean to hurt them."
Crain was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison last month, when he pleaded no contest to two charges of manslaughter for the shooting deaths of his parents in December 2010, according to Naples News.
The chilling clip, filmed with a dashboard camera, was released by police on Wednesday. The video is the first glimpse into the mind of now-15-year-old Crain, who has never publicly explained why he shot his parents dead one winter morning in their Naples, Fla. home.
A hysterical Crain's blood-curdling cries are heard in the video, which lasts about six minutes and was filmed just after the murders of Thomas and Kelly Crain.
"I shouldn't have done it," he wails. "What the f--k is wrong with me? I shot my own parents for no f--king reason."
Crain also screams at police officers standing outside the vehicle and observes that he knows his parents are dead: "That's why there's no EMS."
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