Convicted teen killer Aiden Fucci grumbles that he misses his mother’s “lemon peper rooster” in a troubled letter of apology for the ugly slaying of a 13-year-old cheerleader he stabbed over 100 occasions.
Within the missive to the choose, the family of young Tristyn Bailey, and the group, Fucci fretted that he was dropping good recollections.
“Mother now i miss your lemon peper (sic) rooster. I miss your hugs. I miss you,” he wrote within the letter, which was printed by firstcoastnews.com. “The longer I’m in right here the extra i overlook the extra recollections i Lose. I’ll always remember you like me.”
Fucci, 16, wrote the letter March 12, weeks earlier than his sentencing in reference to Bailey’s 2021 loss of life.
The Florida teen apologized 9 occasions for the brutal murder for which he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to life in jail.
The teenager stabbed Bailey 114 occasions to “really feel what it was prefer to kill somebody,” St. Johns County Circuit Choose Lee Smith instructed the court docket.
He then disposed of her physique close to Jacksonville.
Fucci’s mom was accused of tampering with proof associated to Bailey’s homicide, the outlet reported.
Fucci’s jailhouse letter, which was written on unfastened leaf paper, was reportedly launched in the future earlier than his sentencing.
He began the letter by writing that he was sorry “for all of the ache i precipitated to the Baily (sic) household.”
“I sorry to the chums, brothers, sisters, Mother, Dad and some other household kin,” he wrote. “Im sorry that you just diden’t get to know her that lengthy.”
He went on to apologize to the group, writing: “i’m sorry and i do know my apawlogy won’t repair something or convey her again however i hop it assist ultimately.”
Fucci additionally apologized to his siblings and pa, who he stated “had a nasty spot in work due to me,” including about his household: “I miss the enjoyable we had like fourwhelling, paintballing (sic), occurring the lengthy automotive journeys. Dad you’re particular since you made enjoyable out of nothing.”