See You In Hell! Words Of A Killer With Devil Horns To Jury After Triple Murder Conviction

A killer with devil’s horns implanted in his head yelled
“I’ll see you all in hell” at a jury after they found him guilty of
first degree murder.
Caius Veiovis, 34, of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, faces life
in jail after being found guilty of three counts of murder, intimidation of a
witness and kidnapping.
Authorities say Veiovis kidnapped and killed three
Pittsfield men: David Glasser, 44; Edward Frampton, 58, and Robert Chadwell,
47. The victims were last seen on August 28, 2011 at an apartment shared by
Glasser and Frampton. Continue after the cut.

After the verdict was delivered on Friday, Veiovis
reportedly told the jurors, “I will see you all in hell,” according
to tweets sent by reporters in the courtroom.

Officials said the men had been killed to prevent Glasser
from testifying against an associate of Veiovis who was facing kidnapping and
drug charges.
First-degree murder convictions carry a mandatory life
sentence without parole in Massachusetts. The verdict came after jurors
deliberated for more than 36 hours over six days at Hampden Superior Court in
Springfield, Massachusetts.
Veiovis, also known as Roy Gutfinski, appears in photos in
court documents with forehead implants that resemble horns, as well as tattoos
on his face.
His attorney, James Gavin Reardon, said he respected the
jury’s decision, but that an appeal would be filed.
“The overriding question, other than the lack of
physical evidence against him, is to what extent does his appearance affect
people, and that’s something that’s hard to measure,” he said.

He said Veiovis’ outburst in court was “just some
understandable emotional reaction” because his client had been in solitary
confinement for more than three years and a small holding cell for the past
three weeks.

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