Thomas Gilbert, senior managing partner of Heinzot Capital's hedge fund, was found dead in his apartment in January 2015 with a head shot. said he was not to blame for madness. The jury rejected the protection of madness; they also recognize him as guilty of two criminal possessions of second-degree weapons. He was found not to be guilty of criminal possession of tampering devices.
The punishment is fixed for August. The murder punishment carries a life sentence of 25 years.
Gilbert, 34, plays football in Princeton and finishes the economy. During the shooting he was 30 and was unemployed, receiving up to $ 1,000 a week from his parents.
Hours before the murder of Thomas Senior, he interrupted his son's weekly help to $ 300, prosecutors said.