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The accused murderer who has horn-like implants in his forehead and a 666 tattoo between them has been found guilty of murder and other charges.

Caius Veiovis, 34, was accused of assisting in the kidnapping, torture, murder, and dismemberment of three men in 2011. The other two men involved were both found guilty and are currently serving life sentences.

“I’ll see you all in hell every f****** one of you. I'll see you all in hell.” Veiovis yelled at the jury when the guilty verdict was handed down, reports The Daily Mail.

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(Veiovis reportedly at age 19 / via imgarcade)

The jury found Veiovis guilty on multiple counts of murder, kidnapping, and intimidation of a witness. He is scheduled for sentencing September 29.

The prosecution argued Veiovis helped Adam Lee Hall, 37, and David Chalue, 47, kidnap and shoot the three victims—David Glasser, 44, Edward Frampton, 58, and Robert Chadwell, 47.

Veiovis had pleaded not guilty on all counts.

The defense argued the evidence was “shaky.” The jury did not agree.

Defense attorney James Reardon Jr., who was initially worried his client’s appearance would keep the jury from being fair, said he does not agree with the verdict, but respect’s the jury’s diligence.

‘‘I always have confidence in juries, and I still believe strongly in the American jury system,’’ Reardon Jr. said.

Photo Source: The Daily Mail


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