|FERGUSON, TACCETTA AND MEJIA|
Prosecutor John Collins said: "He did not announce a robbery. He simply shot first. This defendant is charged with what I would call the most cold blooded robbery homicide in Suffolk county history. He came back behind them and simply executed them by shooting them in the back of the head." Seven bullets and four people were dead in the shocking bloodbath. Laffer, a 33-year-old pill popping army vet, was in court yesterday for a bail hearing. He and his co-conspirator wife, 29-year-old pillhead Melinda Brady were busted Wednesday. Cops say they were both strung out of their heads.
Jaime's brother James added: "I think the whole family should be prosecuted. I'm just glad he was held without bail. He'll never see the light of day. He's a coward and a junkie."
Cops believe Laffer murdered pharmacist Raymond Ferguson, 45, first then clerk Jennifer Mejia, 17, followed by customers Taccetta, 35, and Byron Sheffield.