LONDON, Ontario (AP) — Six members of the Bandidos biker gang have been found guilty of murdering eight men associated with the gang in the worst mass slayings in Ontario history.
Wayne Kellestine, along with five co-accused, were found guilty Thursday of 44 counts of murder and four manslaughter convictions.
The bloodied bodies of eight men linked to the Toronto chapter of the Bandidos biker gang were found on April 8, 2006. The men were stuffed into four vehicles abandoned in a farmer's field in southwestern Ontario.
The jury began deliberations earlier this week after hearing from more than 70 witnesses over six months.