The State Attorney's office released dozens of video recordings Friday surrounding the March shooting death of Brevard County Sheriff's Deputy Barbara Pill.
In one of the videos, investigators interview accused shooter Brandon Bradley, 22. Investigators ask Bradley, "How many times did you shoot her?" Bradley responds, "Probably twice."
Bradley admitted to investigators he shot Pill after she pulled him over, but later told investigators he shouldn't have done it.
Investigator: I'm just trying to say this; the deputy didn't have her gun out. It's wrong to shoot a police officer would you not say?
Bradley: It's wrong.
Pill was a 52-year-old grandmother with more than 30 years of law enforcement experience. On March 6, she pulled over an SUV which matched the description of one used in a robbery at a nearby motel. That was when she encountered Bradley and Andrea Kerchner, 20, who was in the vehicle with him.
Prosecutors said Bradley shot the deputy five times including in the chest and head. During the interview he asked whether she survived.
Bradley : She still alive? I'm just being real. She still alive?
Officer: No, no she's not. She passed away.
Bradley: Oh I'm sorry.
Bradley told investigators he shot the deputy because he thought she was reaching for her gun.
"Three of my cousins got killed by the police, and then you're walking up un-holstering your holster...you feel me," Bradley said.