Defendant David Viens, right, listens as a second degree murder verdict was read in Los Angeles Thurwday Sept. 27, 2012. His attorney Fred McCurry is at left. Viens, a chef, told police he boiled his wife's body for four days to hide evidence of her death. (AP Photo /Brad Graverson, pool)

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Defendant David Viens, right, listens as a second degree murder verdict was read in Los Angeles Thurwday Sept. 27, 2012.   His attorney Fred McCurry is at left. Viens, a chef, told police he boiled his wife's body for four days to hide evidence of her death.  (AP Photo /Brad Graverson, pool)
Defendant David Viens, right, listens as a second degree murder verdict was read in Los Angeles Thurwday Sept. 27, 2012. His attorney Fred McCurry is at left. Viens, a chef, told police he boiled his wife's body for four days to hide evidence of her death. (AP Photo /Brad Graverson, pool)
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