“It was very difficult to just see his face,” said Houston police Sgt. Joslyn Johnson, the widow of Officer Rodney Johnson. “I felt somewhat vindicated and somewhat disappointed as well.”
Camp, 48, pleaded guilty to employing and harboring Leonardo Quintero, the Mexican national convicted of shooting Johnson four times in the head after a traffic stop in 2006.
Quintero is now serving a life sentence for Johnson’s killing.
Camp faces up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine but prosecutors Jay Hileman and Ryan D. McConnell have suggested in a plea bargain that he be sentenced to three months in prison, three months home confinement and five years probation.
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