Reading poem helps Angela Kramer express feelings after Borizov sentenced to life
Angela Kramer reads poem after Borizov sentenced to life without parole
WHEATON – In the days following the murders of her parents and brother, Angela Kramer professed her feelings of fear and sadness in the form of a poem.
“I awoke to glass, pops and screams ... Oh how I wish it was just a horrible dream,” Kramer tearfully read Monday at the sentencing hearing for Johnny Borizov as she recalled the night she hid in her closet while Jacob Nodarse shot and killed members of her family.
She finished writing that poem about a year later, after the deaths of her father Jeff, mother Lori and brother Michael, but on Monday, Borizov would hear it for the first time before spending the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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