Steve Nunn

May 31, 2013 8:06 PM

Steve Nunn apologizes to family of woman he killed

A former Kentucky lawmaker serving life in prison apologized publicly for the first time Friday to the family of the woman he shot and killed four years ago. Nunn is serving a life sentence for the 2009 slaying of his former fiancée, 29-year-old Amanda Ross. He spoke during a court proceeding Friday in Lexington in which he took possession of his former lawyer's files in the criminal case. Nunn addressed his comments to Ross's mother, Diana Ross, who was not in the courtroom.

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