Courtroom outburst during Hall murder trial

Adam Lee hall (at center) is seen here after an outburst during closing arguments in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court, February 3, 2014.
Adam Lee hall (at center) is seen here after an outburst during closing arguments in his triple murder trial in Hampden Superior Court, February 3, 2014.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – There was an outburst in the courtroom Monday as closing arguments were being made in triple murder trial of Hells Angels member Adam Lee Hall.

Berkshire County District Attorney David Capeless was explaining how the prosecution tracked Hall’s movements at the time of the disappearing and killing of David Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell, when Hall interjected; cursing at the DA and claiming that he was nowhere near the victims at the time.

“20 miles away at a barbecue you (expletive)!” Hall said.

Play the video to see the outburst and the judge’s reaction.

Hall and two other men, Caius Veiovis and David Chalue, are accused of killing Glasser in order to prevent him from testifying against Hall in an unrelated case. Prosecutors say that Frampton and Chadwell were killed so that there would be no witnesses.

Though the three men disappeared in Pittsfield and were found buried in Becket, both in Berkshire County, Hall’s trial is being held at Hampden Superior Court in Springfield, due to the publicity the case received in the Berkshires.

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