PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) -- The 14-year-old Florida Panhandle boy charged in his father's murder said he was "sick of his life and wanted to leave or do something."
That's according to an affidavit which reveals new details about the March shooting.
According to the document, William Williams and his son were watching "Survivor" on television when the teen excused himself and retrieved a gun from his father's bedroom.
The teen told investigators he aimed the weapon at his father and pulled the trigger. It didn't fire. The teen allegedly then fired again, shooting Williams in the chest.
The boy said he later went to his room to get his Christmas money, planning to run away. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
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