A weary-looking Henriques, her hair unkempt and her hands cuffed, barked at reporters outside the 75th Precinct stationhouse when asked if she felt bad about the slaying.
“No, ’cause it was a mistake,” she snapped. “I was protecting my kids.”
“They had been beefing for about three days,” said Barbie, a neighbor in the Cypress Hills Houses.
The once-friendly pair traded Facebook insults over the weekend, with one of Kayla Henriques’ uncles saying the hard feelings were further fueled by ugly text messages.
“B—h man up … I’m here make a move,” read one Facebook post from Henriques, known in the neighborhood as “KK.”
“Kamisha, I miss you,” wrote Ramel Henriques, 25, on his Facebook page. “I need you baby.”
Richards was a graduate of of John Jay School of Criminal Justice and was planning to attend law school in the fall of 2011, instead she died at Brookdale University Hospital.
Henriques’ last Facebook post remains: