Caius Veiovis Convicted On Charges Of Triple Murder

Posted: Sep 27 2014, 5:59am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 27 2014, 6:31am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Caius Veiovis convicted on Charges of Triple Murder
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Caius Veiovis has been found guilty and thus convicted on the charges of triple murder.

He was not the least bit contrite or shamefaced at the horrific acts he had perpetrated. In a rough voice he barked at the jury that he would meet up with them in hell.

The man we are talking about is Caius Veiovis and he is charged with committing many murders. In particular, he killed and dismembered three men in Philadelphia.

The very horrible nature of the crime shows that somewhere something went very wrong in this man’s socialization. Instead of feeling sorry for what he had done, he was positively shocked upon being pronounced guilty.

Soon he was handcuffed and told to be seated. After the verdict was over and the members of the jury were walking out of the courtroom in a single file, Veiovis shouted at them. He told them that he would see each and every one of them in hell! This led to a hubbub in the court.

Veiovis is a dangerous criminal and currently he is facing life imprisonment without any chances of parole. Neither his girlfriend nor any of the victims’ relatives were present during the decisive trial which took place.

But now things have been finalized after nearly a month of deliberations. Two other persons named Adam Lee Hall and David Chalue were also guilty of helping Veiovis kidnap and dismember his victims.

They too are facing time in the locker. These three nefarious men had taken all the precautions necessary to leave behind no samples of blood or DNA. Yet all the forensic and eyewitness evidence pointed in their direction.

Caius’s lawyer has said that he will appeal to the Supreme Court. However, an appeal could take two to three years in getting processed.

Meanwhile, the judge said that it had been an awful time for the family and friends of the three victims that these three evil men had so brutally killed in cold blood. He hoped that with the passing of the tough verdict some of their grievances would be put to rest.

Source: BerkshireEagle

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