A man has been convicted for the 2015 murders of four people inside a Washington DC mansion that shocked residents of the nation's capitol.
Police believe the victims - Savvas and Amy Savopoulos, their 10-year-old son Philip and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa - were tortured inside the family's $4.5m (£2.9m) home in Washington's upscale Woodley Park neighbourhood.
During the six-week trial, more than 60 witnesses were called to testify, including experts that said that Wint's DNA was found on pizza as well as other items inside the home, including a knife.
Prosecutors say that Wint, who had previously been employed as a welder at a company owned by Savopolous - had fallen on hard times, which motivated him to kidnap the family and demand a $40,000 ransom.
According to expert testimony, Wint, who was arrested nearly a week after the attack, used his mobile phone to search online: "How to beat a lie detector test" and "10 hideout cities for fugitives".
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