Friday, August 8, 2008

Richard Cass Testifies In Local Murder Case

WOBURN - The presence of surveillance cameras in and around the Allstate Concrete Pumping Company, 17 New Salem St., was the focus of yesterday's testimony in the Sean Fitzpatrick murder trial.

Employees from neighboring Taibbi Equipment Corporation, 80 New Salem St., Electrical Supply Center, 23 New Salem St., an FBI photo analysis specialist and a Wakefield Police detective were called as witnesses. They were asked about what they saw and what the cameras saw on the morning of March 13, 2006, the day Michael Zammitti Jr., 39 and Chester Roberts, 54 were shot and killed at Allstate.

Fitzpatrick, 46, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and faces life in prison without parole if he's convicted. Fitzpatrick and Zammitti's wife, Michele, had been involved in an affair in the months leading up to the murders but Zammitti's wife ended it. - Wakefield Item
This article and another one on CNN mentions Fitzpatrick raking the same area of his land over and over again for 15-20 minutes on the morning of the murders while the truck that he stole was being looked at by investigators. Nervous much? I will admit my earlier position that had Fitzpatrick as innocent is wrong. He's guilty as guilty gets.

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