A Georgia teen accused of intentionally crashing a car into a Thomasville Walmart killing an Army veteran and hurting 3 others reportedly flashed his middle fingers at a judge after being denied bond.
Khalil Pugh, 18, was also all smiles in his mugshot after he allegedly plowed a gray Toyota Camry into the front doors of a Walmart Wednesday killing 66-year-old Kenneth Kennedy, a 25-year veteran of the U.S. Army.
As he was being escorted out of the courtroom, Pugh made the appalling gesture adding to the victims' families' anguish.
“That's what you call having no remorse,” an officer commented.
Kennedy will be laid to rest at the Tallahassee National Cemetery on Monday. He leaves behind a wife, a daughter, and two grandchildren.
“He never met a stranger and was a true friend to all who knew him,” his obituary read.
Pugh, who has a history of carjacking offenses, is now facing charges of murder, homicide by vehicle, malice murder, and aggravated assault with intent to murder.