Hells Angel accused of murder lives up to his name with wild tattoos and horn implants

A Hells Angels honcho and two other men – one with a Satanic “666” tattooed on his forehead – were charged with killing a key witness in the biker’s upcoming trial.

The trio, all behind bars Tuesday in Massachusetts with no bail, also killed two other men to cover up the slaying of witness David Glasser, 44, police said.

The dead man was slated to testify against motorcycle gang member Adam Lee Hall, 34, who was facing trial this month for kidnapping, extortion, witness intimidation and other charges.

Hall was identified by authorities as the sergeant at arms for the Berkshire County chapter of the Hells Angels.

Arrested with Hall were David Chalue, 44, and Caius Veiovis, 31. The latter’s scary mugshot featured his “666” tattoo, horn implants under his scalp, piercings in his nose and eyebrow, and another tattoo stretching from his earlobe to his nose.

Police said that blood was found inside the cars driven by Chalue and Veiovis – who smirked at spectators inside the courtroom at his Monday arraignment.

Heavy security greeted the suspects when they arrived at Central Berkshire District Court.

All three men pleaded not guilty to the murders of Glasser, Edward Frampton, 58, and Robert Chadwell, 47. The three men disappeared on the weekend of Aug. 27-28 from a Pittsfield, Mass., home shared by Glasser and Frampton.

According to authorities, the accused killers came to the residence to abduct Glasser – and snatched up his two friends for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Autopsies were scheduled to determine how the victims were killed. Their bodies were found buried this weekend in Berkshire County.

Hall was reportedly free on bail when the killings occurred. The biker was so desperate to avoid going back to jail that he recently offered to become an FBI informant – only to have the feds reject him as “uncontrollable and much too dangerous,” according to The Berkshire Eagle.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com

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