May 23, 2015
He must think he’s going to live forever.
An unrepentant thug convicted of nearly killing four NYPD cops smugly grinned as he was sentenced Thursday to 110 years to life behind bars for the wild shootout.
Nakwon Foxworth also sneered at three Emergency Services Unit detectives he fired upon on Easter Sunday 2012, who sat among two dozen other cops in the Brooklyn Supreme courtroom for the sentencing.
But he showed no remorse.
“I just want to apologize to my family for the pain and stress they’re going through,” the career criminal mumbled.
Then, in a boast full of hot air, he said: “I’ll be back.”