Jury Set For Third Trial In Berkshire Triple Murder
After just one day the jury in the trial of the last of three defendants charged with killing three Pittsfield, Massachusetts men and dismembering their bodies in 2011 has been set.Jury selection in Hampden Superior Court was expected to take longer in order to find jurors who could convince the judge, prosecutors and the defense that they could be unbiased toward Caius Veiovis based on his appearance. The 34-year-old has the number 666 tattooed on his forehead along with six implants that resemble horns.
The Republican of Springfield reports more than 80 people were questioned as a group and individually. Ten women and six men, four of whom will be chosen as alternates make up the jury.
Adam Lee Hall and David Chalue have already been convicted in the August 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell.
The trial continues Friday. Veiovis has pleaded not guilty.