Darrent Williams' Killer Gets Life Plus 1,152 Years for Murder of Broncos Cornerback
Rosalind Williams, Darrent Williams' mother, urged the smiling Clark to express remorse for the killing saying "make your mom and your dad proud. I know my son made me proud."
Rosalind Williams told the court that she will never be able to hear the words "Happy Mother's Day" without being reminded that her "baby will never be able to tell me happy Mother's Day again."
Prosecutors portrayed Darrent Williams as a peacemaker as his friends argued with gang members who had taken exception to the special treatment afforded the celebrated athletes outside the nightclub, and continued the confrontation inside the nightclub after somebody in Williams' group sprayed champagne in celebration, according to witnesses.
The dispute continued outside as Williams and his group tried to leave. Witnesses said Clark desperately searched for a gun following the altercation, hopped into an SUV to catch up with a limousine carrying Williams, then fired the fatal shots.
Clark's defense attorneys have 45 days to file an appeal. Both left the court without comment.
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