Ronell Wilson jury: Death penalty for cop killer

Left, Rose Nemorin with a photo of her

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Left, Rose Nemorin with a photo of her slain husband James Nemorin, an NYPD officer from Bellmore; Ronell Wilson, shown in a courtroom sketch, right. (July 24, 2013) (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara; Shirley Shepard)

Cop killer Ronell Wilson was given the federal death penalty for the second time Wednesday for the 2003 murders of undercover NYPD detectives James Nemorin and Rodney Andrews. After deliberating about five hours, a Brooklyn federal jury of seven men and five women decided that Wilson must die for shooting both men -- one from Baldwin Harbor -- during an undercover gun buy on Staten Island. Since...

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