Adam Lee Hall has been convicted in Springfield, MA for his role in the 2011 slaying of three people in Pittsfield including a witness who was slated to testify against him as reported by Anthony Fay for WWLP: "Hall is the first of three suspects to be tried for the killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell," and "prosecutors are expected to try Caius Veiovis and David Chalue, who allegedly committed the murders along with Hall, at a later date."
The Hells Angels biker was hit in 2009 with drug, weapons and other charges, and in fall 2010 allegedly attempted to frame the subsequently-murdered witness with a phony crime to discredit his testimony in the case.
In light of Hall's alleged plot to frame the witness it is inexplicable why a judge allowed him to remain free on bail pending trial on the 2009 charges; after all, someone who targets a witness by definition is a threat to the community.
On at least two prior occasions the witness "told police he feared further reprisal from Hall, asking if a witness protection program was available" as reported by Ned Oliver for The Berkshire Eagle.
The so-called criminal justice system in Berkshire County has a lot of explaining to do over the seemingly avoidable murders of a witness and two other innocents.
The murder trial was moved from Pittsfield to Springfield due to pretrial publicity about the notorious case.