Homicide

Man with implanted horns to jury that convicted him of murder: I'll see you all in hell

  • Caius Veiovis reacts to guilty verdicts in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in Springfield, Mass.  Veiovis is the third of three defendants charged with the 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell of Pittsfield, Mass. (AP Photo/The Republican, Michael S. Gordon, Pool)

    Caius Veiovis reacts to guilty verdicts in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in Springfield, Mass. Veiovis is the third of three defendants charged with the 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell of Pittsfield, Mass. (AP Photo/The Republican, Michael S. Gordon, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

  • Caius Veiovis, seated, reacts to guilty verdicts in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in Springfield, Mass.  Veiovis is the third of three defendants charged with the 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell of Pittsfield, Mass. (AP Photo/The Republican, Michael S. Gordon, Pool)

    Caius Veiovis, seated, reacts to guilty verdicts in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in Springfield, Mass. Veiovis is the third of three defendants charged with the 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell of Pittsfield, Mass. (AP Photo/The Republican, Michael S. Gordon, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

A man who has bumps resembling horns implanted in his forehead has been found guilty of murder and other charges for his role in the kidnapping and slaying of three Massachusetts men in 2011.

Caius Veiovis (KYE'-us vee-OH'-vis) yelled at the Springfield jurors who convicted him Friday, saying, "I'll see you all in hell!" They had considered his case for the past week.

Veiovis was convicted of killing David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell. The remains of the three Pittsfield men were buried on private property in Becket.

The two other men charged in the killings already were convicted.

Authorities say one of those co-defendants wanted Glasser dead so he couldn't testify against him in another case. The others were killed to eliminate witnesses.