By Drew Harwell, Times Staff Writer
In Print: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
HOLIDAY — The man charged with brutally murdering and raping the 22-year-old mother of his son said he feels neither sadness nor remorse.
"I have never been more at peace with myself, ever," Thomas Cacacie, 26, said Monday during an interview with the Times at the Land O'Lakes jail. "I feel like now she's in a better place. … I'm kind of happier now knowing no one else can touch her."
Cacacie was unapologetic during his gruesome retelling of the murder of Sarah Ann Capps, his longtime girlfriend with a past as dark as his. He said he loved her. He said he killed her. And he welcomed the spare accommodations of a life in prison — far better, he said, than his "out there" life as a heroin addict fantasizing of murder.
"I know I'm not going to die a junkie," he said. "For the rest of my life, the tax
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