CHESHIRE - One of the two men who killed a mother and two daughters in a 2007 Cheshire home invasion says he has nothing to say to the sole survivor, Dr. William Petit.

Joshua Komisarjevsky spoke with the Associated Press yesterday in his first interview since he was convicted and sentenced to death.

Komisarjevsky also told the reporter he tries not to think about the murders.

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