"What do you say? Sorry? I'm sorry," he tells Ocean Drive. "I'm very sorry. There's nothing I can do to change that. I'm trying to live a good life. I'll always think about her family.... Jail is humiliating and demeaning. Most of the people, including myself, deserved to be there at that time. I try not to be bitter. I have no right. I hurt people and I deserved to be there."
And he is totally not afraid to die, saying, "If someone feels they want to come after me and get revenge, then that's going to happen. I don't live my life in fear."
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But things aren't completely bad for Paciello. He has moved on with his life in L.A., and there's even another movie being produced about his life. Hey, half of America can't stop talking about some washed-up old terrorists, so maybe they'll pack theaters to see the story of a washed-up old mobster.