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A face even a mother would have a little trouble loving....
« on: September 27, 2014, 11:59:08 AM »
You can't make this shit up. Meet Caius Veiovis, whose attorney petitioned the judge at his murder trial with concerns that his client would have difficulty getting a fair trial because... well, just because.



From a story in the Berkshire (MA) Eagle:

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“There’s a serious factor of curiosity and concern when the jury first sees him,” argued James G. Reardon Jr. in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield, Mass. His client, who was to be tried for murder, has numerous facial tattoos, including “666” on his forehead, as well as implants that make him look like he has horns. That, he argued, could make the jury prejudiced against him, thus denying him a fair trial. Caius Veiovis, 34, is the last of three men to be tried in the kidnap, torture, murder, and dismemberment of three men; the other two have been convicted.
Veiovis was found guilty yesterday on three counts each of first-degree murder with deliberate premeditation, kidnapping, and witness intimidation. Veiovis spoke with fondness to the members of the jury as they filed out of the courtroom after rendering their verdict: "I will see you in hell; every single fucking one of you. Remember that. I'll see you all in hell."

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Re: A face even a mother would have a little trouble loving....
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2014, 12:16:20 PM »
You can't make this shit up. Meet Caius Veiovis, whose attorney petitioned the judge at his murder trial with concerns that his client would have difficulty getting a fair trial because... well, just because.



From a story in the Berkshire (MA) Eagle:
Veiovis was found guilty yesterday on three counts each of first-degree murder with deliberate premeditation, kidnapping, and witness intimidation. Veiovis spoke with fondness to the members of the jury as they filed out of the courtroom after rendering their verdict: "I will see you in hell; every single fucking one of you. Remember that. I'll see you all in hell."

Way to stay classy!

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