By Josh Saul
The New York Post
BROOKLYN — A tough Brooklyn detective broke down yesterday — his words and tears silencing a packed courtroom — as he described chasing down a suspected cop-killer only to return to the crime scene and find his partner dying from a gunshot wound to the face.
Prosecutors played surveillance videos that for the first time showed then-Officer Glenn Estrada chasing career criminal Lamont Pride for four blocks through East New York after the thug allegedly murdered cop and father-of-four Peter Figoski during a botched robbery in December 2011.
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