TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- The Florida Supreme Court is considering another appeal from the ringleader of a mass killing over an Xbox video game system.
The court is scheduled to take up a case challenging the death sentence imposed on Troy Victorino.
Victorino was convicted of first-degree murder in connection with the gruesome beating deaths of six people in a vacant house in Deltona.
He was given a death sentence for four of the murders, which were committed with bats and knives.
Crime analysts said DNA evidence showed a pair of Lugz boots stained with the blood of several victims belonged to Victorino and that bloody prints matching the boots were found at the crime scene.