Veiovis Trial Over

September 30, 2014

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Caius Veiovis, who along with two others was accused of killing three men named David R. Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell. was found guilty last Friday of the murder charges as well as kidnapping.

The jury in the case deliberated for 37 hours over six days before reaching the verdict. After hearing their judgment Veiovis, a Satanist who legally changed his named from Roy C. Gutfinski Jr. while in prison in Maine, screamed, “I’ll see you all in hell! Remember that! Every fucking one of you. I’ll see you all in hell.”

Monday, Judge C. Jeffrey Kinder sentenced Veiovis to three consecutive life terms in prison. Veiovis has six devil’s horns implanted in his forehead which is also decorated with a “666” tattoo. He has a previous conviction for slashing a 16-year-old girl and drinking her blood.

Appearances Aside

Veiovis lawyer James G, Reardon Jr. said at the sentencing yesterday that his client is not the man portrayed in the media.

Veiovis read a prepared statement in which he argued that he was innocent. “Let me make this clear. My hand wasn’t in this,” Veiovis said. He said people who want him to “hang my head…are just as deluded as the jury of my peers who convicted me.”

“You condemn an innocent man and I will appeal this,” Veiovis read.

He also argued that the prosecutor in the case, District Attorney David Capeless, “knew I did not kill these men” and wanted Veiovis to become an informer in order to win a lenient sentence. “I will not let this man sell me my own hide at the price of my integrity,” the convicted man said. “I would rather spend the rest of my life in prison rather than make that deal.”

Hall And Chalue

His alleged conspirators, former Hells Angel Adam Lee Hall and David Chalue, were convicted earlier this year and are also serving life sentences. The murders were motivated by Hall’s desire to keep Glasser from testifying against him. A fourth man named David Casey is accused of helping the three convicted men dispose of the bodies.

The case was widely identified as the “Hells Angels murders” because of Hall’s association with the club. Prosecutors had argued that both Veiovis and Chalue participated in the murders because they thought it would help them join the motorcycle club.

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20 Responses to “Veiovis Trial Over”

  1. Viking 1%er Says:

    @Oldskewl
    Yeah Glasser was mentally challenged as was the other one that lived with him I don’t know about the third one that got whacked for just being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But I DO know this bubble head fuck didn’t even ride a bike let alone prospect for ANYONE he was Halls bitch simple as that and Hall don’t have any mental handicap to even ATTEMPT to explain trying to setup his and other charters of his club. At this time Hall has been moved to Florida and is in segregation for his protection the fuckin rat fuck.
    Still wondering why take the time to cut up three bodies put them in 17 separate trash bags just to put them all together in one hole???

  2. rollinnorth Says:

    I wouldn’t put much stock in Veiovis’ statement. Who knows in this case, but often there is a reason one is the last to be tried and sentenced.

  3. Oldskewl Says:

    @ Viking 1%ER

    I didn’t know Glasser or the other two were mentally challenged. If that’s the case then it’s pretty fucked up.
    This story still boggles my mind.

    Respectfully,

    OS

  4. Viking 1%er Says:

    Veiovis help kill two mentally challenged and delayed individuals Glasser being one of em. Glasser truly didn’t know what he was getting into with Hall the guy didn’t have the mental capacity to know what he was dealing with. Hall knew that and figured he would take advantage of it. So who is the piece of shit here Glasser who had the brain of a kid or Hall who KNEW what he was doing when he offered the Feds to turn rat and wear a wire on his brothers. I had the misfortune of being in the same room with this fucking sick blood drinking bubble headed puke so I happen to know a bit about what I am talking about. And “Brother Veiovis” as you referred to him didn’t even own a bike he wasn’t a 1%er he was just some sick fuck looking for sick thrills cutting up people.

  5. RtC Says:

    @CN, “Now that’s funny!Don’t care who you are.” My daughter’s had some
    “good’uns” come years ago. Sure glad that’s over & done with!
    RtC

  6. Oldskewl Says:

    Frank Says:

    It’s amazing what passes for integrity these days.
    He had a hand in the murder and dismemberment of 3 innocent men and he gets a round of applause? Incredible.

    Wait a sec. As I remember it, Glasser was turning snitch right? Hall was a snitch too!
    If what I said was correct then at least one of three men killed was snitch and not an innocent victim. The other two were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    That’s how I understand the story. And for what it’s worth, I don’t think Veiovis is a good guy, I said he didn’t rat.

    OS

  7. Frank Says:

    It’s amazing what passes for integrity these days.
    He had a hand in the murder and dismemberment of 3 innocent men and he gets a round of applause? Incredible.

  8. rollinnorth Says:

    Veiovis is a whacked-out sociopath who helped murder three men, who did not deserve to die.

    Respect.

  9. mouse Says:

    Hilarious CN. Just great.

  10. ElleElle Says:

    @-CN-
    the old man is still laughing at your last comment!

    The one thing my two older brother’s always remind me of every time we ever get together is the first time the first dude ever showed up at my door and had the balls to ask me out on a date.

    Hair down to his ass..tats…drove a Chevy Van…knocked on the door of our house and dad was a 29 year still active Military man.

    My dad looked at him and cocked his head sideways for a second and said ‘not no but HELL no”.

    That was my first date rejection.
    I didn’t get asked out a lot after that-not until I was about 18.

    We are both still laughing at your comment…

  11. Tooj Says:

    “I’ll see you all in hell! Remember that! Every fucking one of you. I’ll see you all in hell.”

    Did anyone else NOT see this particular outburst coming? At the very least the dude knows how to stay in character.

  12. Oldskewl Says:

    @ BMW.. I have to agree.

    I watched the videos and in the end, he stayed true to his brothers. Yes he looks like a crazy mother fucker but as the old saying go’s “don’t judge a book by its cover”

    respectfully,

    OS

  13. BMW Says:

    I salute Brother Veiovis!!! He refused to worship at the false temple of American “Just-us” and remained true to his principles. He remains a true Brother. Compare him to the false brotherhood of the freed Filthy False Warlocks — I would rather have Veiovis as a cellmate than an ice-skating informer like the “Tinman” or his free partner, walking free,even after murder, by selling out the others.

    Veiovis may look freaky, but he displayed more personal integrity than
    many, including law enforcement agents!!! He stated that he would spend a life in prison before he would betray his friends. It looks like he made that exact choice, knowing that the penalty would cost him severely. I have no doubt that he was made the standard “become a rat and we will release you” offer. I also have no doubt he told the FBI to “stick it up your ass”!

    I Salute Brother Veiovis!!!!
    L,H&R to all 1% riders!!!
    BMW

  14. Nihilist Says:

    This dipshit’s claim that he is a “Satanist” & will “see you all in hell” is no less crazy or dangerous than those who claim they are “Christians” who plan to end up in heaven. Why do Christians wear seat belts? or go to the doctor?

    What does one have to do in order to join the Elks, anyway? Are lifetime members called Elkaholics?

  15. Whitepride Says:

    If one of the defendants was a member of the Elks would they be calling it the “Elks murders”??? I think not.

  16. CN Says:

    I’ll say it again. How is it that this wack job never appeared at my front door to take one of my Daughters on a date?

  17. Calloused Hands Says:

    Say what you will but this guy stood by his integrity. Few men will do that these days. I can appreciate not taking a plea deal and being slammed as a result.

  18. Paladin Says:

    “Veiovis lawyer James G, Reardon Jr. said at the sentencing yesterday that his client is not the man portrayed in the media.”

    Really Mr. Reardon? Veiovis “looks” to to be exactly like the person portrayed in the media.

    Veiovis also argued that the prosecutor in the case, District Attorney David Capeless, “knew I did not kill these men” and wanted Veiovis to become an informer in order to win a lenient sentence. “I will not let this man sell me my own hide at the price of my integrity,” the convicted man said. “I would rather spend the rest of my life in prison rather than make that deal.”

    If you have patience and stay the course, you will eventually get what you ask for.

    Long May You Ride (for those that deserve to),

    Paladin

  19. Viking 1%er Says:

    This fucking guy is a stone freak I was around the idiot a few times he is a straight up nut fuck whacko. They have Hall doing is time down in Florida for his safety. I listened to the opening statements for Halls trial and Capeless made it real clear to the jury for a change that the trial was NOT about the HA, that this was not a HA murder trial. What’s fuckin pathetic is the Berkshire chapter even mortgaged the clubhouse to make that fuck Halls bail and he went to the Feds and offered to wear a wire to make his charges go away. Now he is gone and won’t have the chance to hurt his brothers again.

    Respect to those that earned it

  20. Peckerwood Says:

    Wondering if they will remove implants?

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