Ohio jury convicts man accused of luring job seekers to a remote farm where they were robbed and killed.
An Ohio jury has convicted accused "Craigslist Killer" Richard Beaseley of murder.
Beasley faced 26 criminal charges, including the murder of three men, the attempted murder of a fourth, and theft and identity fraud.
Prosecutors say he used phony Craigslist ads to lure his victims to a remote farm in Noble County, Ohio.
Prosecutors said Beasley and Brogan Rafferty used the job postings as bait in a robbery plot aimed at down-on-their-luck victims with few family ties that might highlight their disappearance.
Beasley's teenage co-defendant Brogan Rafferty, too young to face the death penalty, was convicted in late 2012 and sentenced to life in prison without chance of parole.
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