May this low life burn in hell.
Reputed ringleader of torture murder convicted
(Buffalo-AP) -- A Buffalo man faces life in prison for the
torture and killing of a high school student whose burned body was
found in a trash can.
A judge in Buffalo convicted William Lauderdale yesterday in a
non-jury trial in the January 2001 killing of 17-year-old James
Prosecutors say Lauderdale was the ringleader in the attack on
the teen, who was hit with beer bottles, choked with an electrical
cord, sexually assaulted and then drowned in a bathtub before his
body was set on fire and dumped behind a church.
The 21-year-old Lauderdale was the first of five suspects to
Diana Mack -- the victim's mother -- wasn't satisfied with the
judge's verdict, saying she felt Lauderdale was guilty on all
counts, including two lesser murder charges.
Lauderdale gets a mandatory life term at his sentencing on
(Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press
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