Haven Drugs Pharmacy Massacre Medford, NY

Laffer, right, is directed to his place for his arraignment for first degree murder in First District Court in Central Islip. (credit: (AP Photo/Pool, Victor Alcorn)
Laffer in Court Laffer, right, is directed to his place for his arraignment for first degree murder in First District Court in Central Islip. (credit: (AP Photo/Pool, Victor Alcorn)
David Laffer being taken into police custody (credit: AP)
Laffer David Laffer being taken into police custody (credit: AP)
Laffer Booking Photo (credit: AP Photo/Suffolk County Police Department)
Laffer Booking Photo Laffer Booking Photo (credit: AP Photo/Suffolk County Police Department)
Photo of Laffer, bottom skydiving. (credit: Facebook)
David Laffer Photo of Laffer, bottom skydiving. (credit: Facebook)
This photo provided by the Suffolk County Police Department Thursday, June 23, 2010 shows Melinda Brady, who was arrested along with her husband David Laffer the previous day in connection with the killing of four people during a robbery for painkillers at a pharmacy in Medford. (credit: AP Photo/Suffolk County Police Department)
Melinda Brady This photo provided by the Suffolk County Police Department Thursday, June 23, 2010 shows Melinda Brady, who was arrested along with her husband David Laffer the previous day in connection with the killing of four people during a robbery for painkillers at a pharmacy in Medford. (credit: AP Photo/Suffolk County Police Department)
Pharmacist Raymond Ferguson, 45, Pharmacy Asst. Jennifer Mejia, 17, Customer Bryon Sheffield, 71, and Customer Jaime Taccetta, 33, are the Medford Massacre victims. (credit: Handouts)
Victims Pharmacist Raymond Ferguson, 45, Pharmacy Asst. Jennifer Mejia, 17, Customer Bryon Sheffield, 71, and Customer Jaime Taccetta, 33, are the Medford Massacre victims. (credit: Handouts)
David Laffer, is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue, Thursday, June 23, 2011. Laffer and his wife, Melinda Brady, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the Father's Day massacre of four people at the Haven Drugs in Medford. Laffer faces charges of first-degree murder. Brady was charged with robbery and obstructing governmental administration.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
David Laffer David Laffer, is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue, Thursday, June 23, 2011. Laffer and his wife, Melinda Brady, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the Father's Day massacre of four people at the Haven Drugs in Medford. Laffer faces charges of first-degree murder. Brady was charged with robbery and obstructing governmental administration. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
David Laffer, a suspect in the shooting deaths of four people at Haven pharmacy in Medford during a botched weekend painkiller robbery, is escorted out of Suffolk County Police Headquarters on Wednesday, June 22, 2011, in Yaphank, N.Y. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Pharmacy Shootings David Laffer, a suspect in the shooting deaths of four people at Haven pharmacy in Medford during a botched weekend painkiller robbery, is escorted out of Suffolk County Police Headquarters on Wednesday, June 22, 2011, in Yaphank, N.Y. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Daniel Taccetta, brother of victim Jaime Taccetta, speaks to the media in front of a police station where David Laffer is being held in Patchogue Thursday. Jaime Taccetta was one of four people killed in the Father's Day massacre at the Haven Drugs in Medford. David Laffer and his wife, Melinda Brady were arrested Wednesday in connection with the crime. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Daniel Taccetta Daniel Taccetta, brother of victim Jaime Taccetta, speaks to the media in front of a police station where David Laffer is being held in Patchogue Thursday. Jaime Taccetta was one of four people killed in the Father's Day massacre at the Haven Drugs in Medford. David Laffer and his wife, Melinda Brady were arrested Wednesday in connection with the crime. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Laffer is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue Thursday.  (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
David Laffer Laffer is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue Thursday. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Laffer looks over at reporters yelling  questions as he is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue Thursday (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
David Laffer Laffer looks over at reporters yelling questions as he is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue Thursday (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
A memorial in honor of Jaime Taccetta, 33, of Farmingville, N.Y,, a single mother of two, is set up outside Haven Drugs pharmacy (credit: AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Pharmacy Shootings A memorial in honor of Jaime Taccetta, 33, of Farmingville, N.Y,, a single mother of two, is set up outside Haven Drugs pharmacy (credit: AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
People line up outside Haven Drugs pharmacy  to view and bring flowers and memorials Wednesday (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Pharmacy Shootings People line up outside Haven Drugs pharmacy to view and bring flowers and memorials Wednesday (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
A corsage, candle and photograph of Jennifer Mejia, 17, of Medford, the youngest victim, are seen outside Haven Drugs. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Pharmacy Shootings A corsage, candle and photograph of Jennifer Mejia, 17, of Medford, the youngest victim, are seen outside Haven Drugs. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Haven Drugs Pharmacy customer Bryon Sheffield, 71, was one of four people shot execution style inside the pharmacy in Medford June 19, according to police. (credit: Handout)
Bryon Sheffield Haven Drugs Pharmacy customer Bryon Sheffield, 71, was one of four people shot execution style inside the pharmacy in Medford June 19, according to police. (credit: Handout)
Laffer, right, and his attorney Mary Elizabeth Abbate, appear in the courtroom for arraignment at First District Court in Central Islip N.Y. Thursday, June 23 2011. Laffer pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder in the shooting deaths of four people at a Long Island pharmacy during a robbery for painkillers. He was ordered held without bail. (AP Photo/Pool, Victor Alcorn)
David Laffer In Court Laffer, right, and his attorney Mary Elizabeth Abbate, appear in the courtroom for arraignment at First District Court in Central Islip N.Y. Thursday, June 23 2011. Laffer pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder in the shooting deaths of four people at a Long Island pharmacy during a robbery for painkillers. He was ordered held without bail. (AP Photo/Pool, Victor Alcorn)
People bring flowers to Haven Drugs pharmacy where four people were shot and killed during a botched painkiller robbery on Father's Day. (credit: AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Pharmacy Shootings People bring flowers to Haven Drugs pharmacy where four people were shot and killed during a botched painkiller robbery on Father's Day. (credit: AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)
Laffer, suspected of shooting four people during a pharmacy robbery on Sunday, is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue, Thursday, June 23. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
David Laffer Laffer, suspected of shooting four people during a pharmacy robbery on Sunday, is escorted out of a police station in Patchogue, Thursday, June 23. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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One Comment

  1. MARK says:

    THESE TWO KILLERS MUST BE PUT
    TO DEATH
    THEY KILLED FOUR INNOCENT PEOPLE
    THIS IS HEART BREAKING
    PEOPLE SHOULD PROTEST
    UNTIL THESE KILLERS ARE
    PUT TO DEATH.
    THIS BRINGS TEARS TO MY EYES

  2. thomas smith says:

    i think they should hang that junkie couple what a shame those people were so innocent that died what a shame may all of their souls rest in peace and that junkie couple rot in hell

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