(CBS/AP) RIVERSIDE, Calif. - The 10-year-old son of a neo-Nazi leader who allegedly told police that he shot his father as the man slept, asked an officer soon after the shooting if his father would survive, a police officer told the Riverside County juvenile court Tuesday.
Officer Michael Foster, who responded to the call of a shooting death on May 1, 2011, testified Tuesday on the first day of the boy's trial for murdering his father, Jeff Hall.
"He was sad about it, he wished he hadn't done it," Foster said. "He asked me about things like, 'Do people get more than one life,' things like that. He wanted to know if (the father) was dead or if he just had injuries."
Hall, 32, was an out-of-work plumber and a regional leads of the National Socialist Movement. He organized rallies at synagogues and a day labor site after his sister-in-law was killed six years ago by a hit-and-run driver who was an illegal immigrant, according to testimony. Read More