"Mr. Peters has actually, from our perspective, shown no clear remorse for this entire event," Pulver said outside court. "There has still been no apology nor any explanation for his behavior, which is disappointing. But the man was just told he was going to be in jail for 10 years, so he has reason to be upset."
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