A homeless man sentenced to 15 years for shooting a county supervisor offered no remorse.

Larry Naman, who shot Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox to protest a sales tax increase that was enacted without a public vote, told her she deserved it."I will say I'm sorry I shot you the day you stand before the court and admit what you did was an act of violence," Naman told Wilcox.

In a rambling, confused 40-minute diatribe, Naman said Wilcox deserved being shot for supporting the quarter-cent tax increase that paid for Bank One Ballpark, home to the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team, without allowing a public vote.