UPDATE: Kashawn Hines has just been found guilty of malicious wounding and use of a firearm while committing first degree murder.
Newport News, Va. - "Oh [expletive] well he's dead. I don’t care he got [expletive] shot."
That’s one of the messages Newport News police say 17-year-old Kashawn Hines posted on Facebook after a deadly shooting two years ago.
Detectives were heard reading those messages aloud to Hines during a 2012 interview with police.
The video of the interview was played in court today during day two of Hines' trial.
Hines is accused of murder. Police say he shot 13-year-old Lamonee Johnson-Chisolm outside a convenience store at 29th and Roanoke in November 2012.
During the video, Hines first denies shooting the teen. He says he was home with his family.
But detectives continue to question him about a Facebook message they say he sent to Johnson-Chisholm after the incident apologizing for killing him.
"I shot but I didn’t mean to kill you," detectives read aloud in the video.
Quintonia Johnson-Chisholm says she discovered that message when she signed onto her son’s Facebook account.
"His ‘I’m sorry’ and ‘I don't mean to’ mean nothing. They don't bring Lamonee back."
Today in court, Hines sat quietly listening to his interview with detectives.
Towards the end of the hour and a half video, Hines confesses to shooting Johnson-Chisholm.
But police say he later took his confession back saying he made it up.
On the stand this morning, Hines testified that he didn’t do it.
His family told NewsChannel 3 Hines was with them at the time of the shooting.