Man With Implanted Horns Gets Life For 3 Killings, Tells Jury, ‘I’ll See You In Hell’
A Massachusetts man who has implanted bumps on his forehead resembling horns maintained his innocence before a judge sentenced him on Monday to three consecutive life terms in the killings of three men who were kidnapped, shot and dismembered in 2011, according to KOMO News.
[su_center_ad]34-year-old Caius Veiovis said at this sentencing,”Let me make this clear, my hand wasn’t in this.”
On Friday, Veiovis was convicted in the killings of David Glasser, 44; Edward Frampton, 58, and Robert Chadwell, 47, all from Pittsfield where the defendant resides.
“I’ll see you in hell,” Veivois told the jury, which took six days to convict him.
The Associated Press reports:
Veiovis was the third co-defendant convicted of first-degree murder. All have been sentenced to the mandatory life in prison without parole.
Prosecutors said Veiovis helped Adam Lee Hall, 37, of Peru, and David Chalue, 47, of North Adams, kidnap and shoot the victims weeks before Glasser was to testify against Hall, a Hells Angels member, in an assault case. The others were killed to eliminate witnesses to Glasser’s killing, prosecutors said.
In his statement, Veiovis said authorities didn’t believe he killed the men and offered him a plea bargain which he rejected.
Berkshire District Attorney David Capeless said outside the court that he and other investigators never said they thought Veiovis didn’t kill the men and plea negotiations were conducted with all the defendants.
According to Defense lawyer James Reardon Jr., he regrets Veiovis’ outburst in court and he said that his client is not the kind of person portrayed in the media.
Veiovis displays a 666 tattoo between two rows of forehead bumps which resemble horns.
Veiovis legally changed his name from Roy Gutfinski Jr. in 2008 while serving more than seven years in a Maine prison for assault.[su_csky_ad]