NEW YORK — Hours after watching Nicholas Brooks plead not guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder in the death of his former girlfriend Sylvie Cachay, the victim’s brothers sounded off about their first face-to-face encounter with the accused. The defendant’s attorney, Jeffrey Hoffman, however, saw things differently.
In a phone interview with WWD, Patrick Orlando-Cachay said, “This was the first time I had seen this individual. It was terrible to see such a disgusting person. To observe his demeanor and the charges in court show that he has no regard for human life, for women, for my sister or for my family. It was a pretty daunting task in something I had never imagined experiencing.”
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