Stepfather of Slain FBI Informant Loses Temper During Murder Trial

Steve Neavling

Johnny Davis showed flashes of anger as he recounted watching his stepson get shot in the head in Newark, N.J., in 2004, reports.

Davis’ stepson, Kemo Deshawn McCray, was an FBI informant when prosecutors say he was gunned down by an attorney who wanted to stop the man from testifying against a client, wrote.

Davis delivered the testimony Wednesday at the murder and racketeering trial of the attorney, Paul W. Bergrin, who is representing himself.

At one point, Davis grew louder as he remembered looking back at his son when the gun went off.

“That’s when I saw my son with a (expletive) hole in his head,” Davis said.

The judge urged Davis to ease up, reported.

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