NYPD Recruit Sentenced for Trying To Kill Brooklyn Woman
Girlfriend Insists He's Innocent, Says She'll Still Wait for Him
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, NY
by AP (firstname.lastname@example.org),
published online 05-18-2007
By Frank Eltmann
BROOKLYN — A former New York Police Department recruit convicted of conspiring to hire a hit man to kill his girlfriend — despite her continued protestations of his innocence — was sentenced yesterday to up to 21 years in prison. Kabeer Din, 35, was arrested last summPublish Poster after meeting with an undercover police officer he thought was a hit man to discuss killing Sherry Nohar of Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood for $3,000. Din made a written confession to plotting to have the 24-year-old woman killed, and he was videotaped discussing the scheme... Assistant District Attorney Jeremy Scileppi said Din, who worked as a police officer in Baltimore before coming to New York, wanted Nohar killed because she didn’t want to marry him and he feared she would report to the NYPD something that would be damaging to him. It was never revealed what that secret might have been. Din’s defense attorney had argued that he was the victim of police entrapment. Before being sentenced, Din broke down in sobs as he addressed the judge. “I am sorry for what I did, it was wrong. I made a mistake,” he said.
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