Saturday, October 4, 2014

Man with ‘horns’ and ’666′ tattoo guilty of first-degree murder. ‘I’ll see you all in hell,’ he tells jurors.

The implants in his forehead resemble horns. The green bones tattooed on his fingers depict the skeleton beneath the skin. And the “666″ etched above his eyebrows evoke a religious reference to the mark of Satan.It was these crawly characteristics that brought attention to 34-year-old Caius Veiovis, a self-proclaimed vampire and satanist found guilty of kidnapping, murdering and dismembering three men in Pittsfield, Mass. See more photos after the cut.......

The jury deliberated for 37 hours in six days before delivering the verdict last week. And as jurors left the courtroom, he shouted: “I’ll see you all in hell, remember that, every f—— one of you. I’ll see you all in hell.”On Monday, he was sentenced to three consecutive terms of life in prison.In 2011, the dismembered bodies of David Glasser, 44, Edward Frampton, 58, and Robert Chadwell, 47, were found buried outside of Pittsfield 10 days after they went missing. According to prosecutors, Veiovis helped two other men — 37-year-old Adam Lee Hall and 47-year-old David Chalue — kidnap and shoot the victims to death. Glasser was set to testify against Hall, a Hells Angels member, in an assault case. Prosecutors said the two other men were murdered to eliminate witnesses to Glasser’s killing.But throughout the proceedings, Veiovis maintained his innocence.“I’ve been in isolation three years now,” he said. “I’ve refused to talk to the cops and I’ve turned down all the plea deals offered me from the beginning.”Veiovis said the district attorney told his lawyer that “he knew I did not kill these men,” but was searching for information about the disposal of the bodies, reported. He said the prosecutor offered him a plea deal: conspiracy after the fact with a seven-year sentence. He turned it down. “My hand was not in this,” he said, reading a statement. “I will not let this man sell me my own hide at the price of my integrity.





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