The sister and aunt of three people killed in a Connecticut home invasion says she's not surprised their killer isn't apologetic.
Cynthia Hawke-Renn tells NBC that prison officials informed her in advance that The Associated Press would be interviewing Joshua Komisarjevsky on Monday.
He told the AP that he tries not to think about the 2007 killings, suffers no nightmares and has nothing to say to the only survivor of the attack, Dr. William Petit.
Hawke-Renn says she has nightmares, can't stop thinking about the crime, and thinks it's sad that Komisarjevsky doesn't have remorse and didn't apologize to her brother-in-law.
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